Archive for the Wow! Category


Tuesday Tool Time: Find Images by Color

I just heard about an unusual royalty-free photo site that lets you search for images based on color. Unprofound.com is not fancy and doesn’t give much verbal information about how to use their site. But their FAQ page assures viewers that these photos can be used for pretty much any use – other than selling […]

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Looking at pictures as a presentation tool

This week’s blog theme is how to use visual images for more effective presentations.  To start us off thinking along those lines, here’s a very well made, very short video. Notice how many of the slides above don’t even contain any words at all.  Yet the message is very clear, like in the slide of the […]

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What you can learn from Southwest Airlines commercials

The 2 recent TV commercials that Southwest Airlines has run are both interesting examples of how to generate emotion in your audience. I found myself watching the latest one, with the colored paper airplanes. Every single time it came on, I’d stop whatever I was doing and just watch. Then I noticed how happy I […]

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Great Speakers and Presenters

I recently had the privilege of hearing some fantastic speakers at JT Foxx’s MegaPartnering IV event in Chicago.  All the presenters shared great content, but some definitely stood head and shoulders above the rest. Rudy Giuliani impressed me with his passion on stage and inspired me with his message about leadership, including stories of the challenging days after 9/11/2001. Nido Qubein, President of […]

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