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May 25, 2021

Japanese Design Principles Applied to Presentations

Most people do not equate design with presentations, other than which bullets to use and what clip-art to place on a slide.  This is one of the reasons presentations have developed such […]
May 5, 2021

Making the Grade: Interview Skills for Students

By Sophomore year, most college students start to consider their major and look for an internship as a way to try things on and see what fits. Internships are an opportunity to […]
March 30, 2021

5 Tips to Give Your Best Sales Presentation…Ever

Okay, let me set the picture for you.  You have been granted the opportunity to present your solution to a big potential customer.  This is a big deal for you.  Not a […]
November 28, 2020

Never Again Be Controlled By Fear

  If you’re reading this to get rid of your fear of speaking in front of others, you’re in the wrong place.      In our experience, that isn’t possible. And it […]
November 2, 2020

13 Methods Leaders Can Use To Express Gratitude

Do you want to start being more intentional about showing your team your appreciation for all they do? Members of the Young Entrepreneur Council, an organization comprised of the world’s most successful […]
October 7, 2020

Sweating in Advance: Practice, Practice, Practice

Honest Abe, known for one of the most-remembered speeches of all time, was fond of saying he needed two weeks to write a 20-minute speech, one week for a 40-minute speech, but […]
September 7, 2020

Invest In Yourself Now And Reap the Rewards Quickly

You know you’re worth more, but need help convincing others?   Imagine getting up in front of a crowd, whether in person or virtually, preparing to tell them about your business. You […]
August 5, 2020

See The Good: 25 Positive Things That Have Happened in 2020

While this year seems especially hard, we must always look to see the silver linings. Out of coronavirus comes creativity. Out of quarantine comes bonus time with family. Out of activism comes […]