Archives from August 2016

Nancy Duarte on Telling Your Story

How to construct a compelling tale.

August 26, 2016 / Podcast # 16-20

Nancy Duarte

Storytelling is an incredibly important business skill, it makes you and your message instantly more memorable. While speed and brevity are essential to a good presentation, a bad story is already too long. Nancy Duarte joins us to talk about the importance of well-constructed stories.

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William F Baker on Art as a Business

Create like an artist, think like an entrepreneur

August 19, 2016 / Podcast # 16-19

William F Baker

Artists usually chose their profession for the love of the craft but if they don’t have some business skills they’re going to get left behind. William F Baker, co-author of The World’s Your Stage, published by AMACOM, has tips on how to brand yourself, how to assess your competition, and act like an entrepreneur.

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John Addison on a Leader’s Positivity

Stay positive and so will your team.

August 12, 2016 / Podcast # 16-18

John Addison

Whenever someone would come to John Addison with a crisis he would always ask “how many people died?” The answer was always zero. It’s all about perspective. It’s easy to be a leader in good times but in the bad, the leaders with the positive attitude will be able to weather the storm.

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Carmine Gallo on Storytelling

Connecting with people through stories.

August 5, 2016 / Podcast # 16-17

Carmine Gallo

At Cisco employees aren’t promoted above a certain level unless they’ve shown, with quantifiable data, that they’re able to connect with their customers. Not every company is this extreme but being able to connect with coworkers, vendors, and customers is crucial to success at work. Carmine Gallo is here to talk about his new book and how being able to tell a great and compelling story is a key skill in today’s workplace.

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