Looks like a little more saga is on the horizon with our 2013 Samsung Series-5 Laptop (aka “Stana II”). You may recall a few months ago we went through all sorts of hell because the
Yesterday we shared a bit on what public speakers can do with their hands. Now, let’s talk about some of the rules public speakers are “supposed” to follow and the things they’re “supposed” to avoid.
For lack of a better (or gentler) phrase, many folks just don’t know what to do with their hands. This especially becomes an issue when you’re presenting, either in-person (on stage or before a crowd)
Working on spec, or becoming a “provider of record” is worth about as much as the valuation of the Las Vegas River. Imagine paying for coffee or lunch on spec:
Recently, we joked on social media that our bedclothes had just finished drying and it was time to make the bed, adding “see you in about 2 hours”. Everyone who knows our Office Panthers, indeed
Seriously, we can’t get enough of this guy. Did you know there are two quotes attributed to Churchill, with somewhat similar meanings, both of which in raw, brutal Churchillian eloquence, prove the power of persuasion?
We’re going to expose a “myth” that is so closely held, it’s even possible one of our Office Panthers (who have never been on an airplane) are unaware. Namely, the myth of cheap flights. Some
Yesterday, we illustrated briefly and with great forcefulness how one person’s “need” is another person’s “whatever”. Hardly a persuasive win when your interlocutor doesn’t feel the same “need” as you. There’s a fix though –
Let’s start with the negative side, then turn up the dial of positivity. Our own truth kicks into high gear the second we’re told what we need. For example: You need to pay attention to
In today’s information culture that goes at the speed of your Twitter feed, you don’t have long to make that lasting first impression. Believe us – we confess that we form impressions in less time