7 Fun Ways to Make Zoom Meetings More Interesting and Interactive

7 Fun Ways to Make Zoom Meetings More Interesting and Interactive

Are your Zoom meetings kind of... well... blah? Want to make them more fun, interesting, and interactive? Below are seven of our best tips to help you jazz up your next online meeting. Keep in mind that anytime a conversation is one-sided, it will be boring for the...

Frequently Asked Questions About Public Speaking and Presentations

Frequently Asked Questions About Public Speaking and Presentations

When folks are having challenges with public speaking, they will often contact us with questions. Since all of our consultants are both professional presenters and public speaking coaches, we thought it might be a good idea to answer a few of the most frequently asked...

How to Design Killer Content for Blogs and Motivational Speeches

How to Design Killer Content for Blogs and Motivational Speeches

Looking for an easy way to create killer content for your blog? Or, are you trying to design a motivational speech for your team? In this post, I cover a simple way to create content that your audience will love. The technique works equally well if whether you are...

Nuts and Bolts about How to Deliver Webinars and Online Meetings

Nuts and Bolts about How to Deliver Webinars and Online Meetings

This part three of a three-part series on webinars and live online meetings. In this episode, I'll show you a few of the technical secrets about how I deliver the actual webinars. I'm going to cover the best online meeting platforms to use along with sound and video...

How to Create Webinar Content to Maximize Audience Retention

How to Create Webinar Content to Maximize Audience Retention

Continuing in our three-part webinar series, in this episode/post, we'll cover how to create webinar content to help you maximize audience retention. In the last episode, we covered 7 Important Things that You Should Know about Online Meetings before you start. Next...

Designing a Technical Presentation for a Non-Technical Audience

Designing a Technical Presentation for a Non-Technical Audience

People who become Engineers or enter any number of technical fields usually have a specific type of brain. In other words, they simply "get it" when it comes to an understanding of how certain things work, whatever that one exact "thing" maybe for them. You know who...