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)
What we run into a lot with information technology and marketing gadgets is, their limitations. There is usually no “off the shelf’ solution that will do 100% of what you wish it would. A great
For those who check in daily with us, and those who are just getting started: so far we’ve revealed the importance of ruthless timeliness, pre-meeting enforcement to cut off filibusters, and music for successful meetings.
This is a subtle, but powerful language shift. Compare these two phrases: Please draft the article and send to me for review by Thursday. Could you please draft the article and send to me for
Ugh. How many times have you called someone at their business number, gotten their voicemail (which happens about 80% of the time – even more, if this is the first time calling) only to be
Our Editor-In-Chief is guest-experting a fantastic, much-anticipated webinar on product, service, and book launches this week. Fun times. When you visit the webpage, you’ll see it asks (optionally) for your phone number. Seeing the early-registration
As far as we’re concerned, small talk is just that – small. To save time, should we meet in person, on Skype, or in a chat, refer to these answers that will never change: “How
Aside from (among many other things) getting elected President four times, saving the free world (with this guy), and being the fifth cousin and nephew-in-law of The Ultimate American Badass, FDR was known to do