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Food makes me happy

They say that if you are going to write, you should write about what you love. I happen to love food. Especially the chocolate kind. And the bacon kind. 205 more words

Blog

6 Reasons Your Presentation is no TED Talk

TED Talks are all the rage these days. They’re amazing 5- or 10- or 20-minute presentations delivered by thought leaders from around the globe in an effort to give “ideas worth sharing” a platform to ignite the world on fire. 687 more words

Training

Welcome to Mission Chapter Toastmasters you are cordially invited...

If you live in the Santa Barbara/Goleta area and are looking for a Toastmaster club to join or just check out, we’d like to welcome you as our guest… 120 more words

Toastmasters

Your Invitation to Mission Chapter Toastmasters' August 19, 2014 Meeting

 
The theme of this week’s meeting is “Dirt.” Bring a guest, or here is your invitation to come as a guest (no need to RSVP, just show up). 220 more words
Toastmasters

Present like a boss

I am so my mother’s daughter. I always forget until we spend time together. Professionally, she is a marketing consultant for professional firms (the exciting folks – lawyers, accountants etc.). 358 more words

Advice

STORY-TELLING FOR MARKET RESEARCHERS

A solution to the increasing volume and complexity of research reporting is to increase our story-telling skills. Here are 10 useful guidelines.

Storytelling has become one of the hot topics in business circles in the last couple of years. 3,161 more words

This Just In

Cornell-Rockefeller Case Competition: The Fighting Mongooses

This past week I was happy to participate, along with my teammates Melinda Lanius, Ben Fulan, and Alonza Terry (PhD students in Mathematics from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign), in a non-mba Case Competition hosted by Cornell and Rockefeller Universities ( 391 more words