The Live Stream has ended.
So happy you could join us!
Don’t forget to check out Garr’s new book The Naked Presenter.
If you can’t be with us tonight, we’ll miss you! But that doesn’t mean you have to miss us! Check back here at 6 p.m. to watch a live stream of Garr Reynolds presentation. Just in case something goes awry (gotta love technology!) you can access our Ustream channel here: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/special-guest-garr-reynolds Continue Reading
Two years ago, I set out to uncover how story applies to presentations. There seemed to be a story-like magic to the presentations that caused change and spread broadly. Since I already had the context of thousands of presentations my firm had created for smart companies and causes, I studied what I didn’t know: screenwriting, […] Continue Reading
Garr Reynolds will be in town next week, and we’re celebrating! Besides absolutely loving Garr, (and finding any excuse we can to have a party) Garr has a new book coming out, which is cause for celebration! The Naked Presenter will hit stores this fall, but is available now for pre-order on Amazon. Join us […] Continue Reading
In our workshops we often show what great stories might look like had they been presented as PowerPoint presentations—usually to demonstrate how the typical business presentation can suck the life out of a powerful story. We wondered what the PowerPoint version of the recent Double Rainbow web video would look like. Here is what we […] Continue Reading
If you have an important idea to spread, you’ll probably want it to spread beyond only the folks sitting in the room. Using social media tools can help give you and your idea further reach. Since it takes hours to prepare for a big presentation, it makes sense to get as much visibility for it […] Continue Reading
In the early 1400s, Florence, Italy was a hotbed of artistic competition. There were cathedrals to be built, giant baptistery doors to be sculpted, and lots of artists wanting to get in on the action. Up-and-coming sculptor and architect, Filippo Brunelleschi, was one of those artists. He had spent much of his life studying ancient […] Continue Reading