Over the holiday break, my wife and I took Southwest Airlines to visit family in San Diego – the choice of airline was one of love/hate. Their low fares are great, but we are seated like cattle. However, love them or hate them, one element of their service I never … Read More..
Posts Categorized: Tips and Best Practices
As we kick-off the New Year, I wanted to share something I do at the end of every December. I recently wrapped up the process of creating two “stop doing” lists — personally and professionally. I’ll be hones, it was a very eye-opening and humbling experience. Within just a few … Read More..
-George Carlin was obsessed about not repeating the same joke
-Jerry Seinfeld practiced his first Tonight Show bit 200 times
-Nelson Mandela loved his 5 a.m. walks
-Tony Robbins engages in a … Read More..
Around this same time last year, I shared my 5 Presentation Predictions for 2014. Looking back on those predictions, it’s amazing to see how those practices are now almost a commonality or daily practice within the presentation space. With 2015 fast approaching, I’m going to use my futuristic lens … Read More..
Hunting for a new job is rarely enjoyable — and around the holidays it can be even more frustrating. But with a new year on the horizon, now’s the time to kick things into gear to finally land that dream job. Easier said than done? Not necessarily. J.T. O’Donnell, … Read More..
There were lots of great questions, and all of them stemmed from the same place. A few excerpts from the day:
How should I … Read More..
Many of us aspire to strike it out on our own and start an independent business. What do we really need to know before taking that big leap? Guy Kawasaki certainly knows a thing or two about launching your own business. The author of “The Art of the Start” has … Read More..
By David Bliss
By now you’ve probably heard countless times how important it is to use well-crafted stories in modern presentations. Why? We’re impatient in today’s distracting world. We no longer want to be lulled to sleep by complicated graphs and bullet points. We expect to be excited, challenged and … Read More..