Adopting a warm tone in our writing helps achieve our core goal for communicating: building (and retaining) relationships. … More Sound stuffy? Try using a less stilted tone.
Smiling might feel forced when presenting online, but it doesn’t have to. … More The case against looking sad when presenting online
Shave your long-winded presentation down to five minutes using these five, easy steps. … More Trim presentation, fat results. How (and why) to remove the bloat
Tips and insights from my first podcasts with Milwaukee Public Radio. … More My First Podcasts–Lessons Learned
Leadership messages needn’t sound boring and stodgy. Use strong vs. empty language and employ specifics to help hook and retain your readers. … More Four Leadership Messages—Unpacked
Conventional wisdom says upspeak signals insecurity in business speakers. But that’s not always true. Ending our ideas on an upnote provides helpful signals for our audience, too. … More Are You Using Upspeak Strategically?
Eleven years after the original iPhone announcement, Steve Jobs’ presentation skills still wow (and influence) us today. … More How Steve Jobs Changed How We Present
Dangerous myths prevail around those who stutter. Let’s debunk a few. … More What You Mightn’t Know About Stuttering
Worried your readers won’t absorb your message? Try trimming back. … More Want To Become Briefer? Three Tips on Brevity
Up your game as a business presenter by better understanding vocal patterns. … More Three Vocal Patterns to Know (and Possibly Sidestep) in 2018