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Part 3: "The Long Tail" by Chris Anderson

We, sometimes unknowingly and unwillingly, demand everything. We demand to be liked, we demand to be interested, we demand whatever we want. There’s a video I recently watched called “Millennials in the Workplace” by Simon Sinek. 1,529 more words

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Part 2: "The Long Tail" by Chris Anderson

In this ocean of information we need something to support us as an author, inventor, or artist. Today, that “something” is credibility. We find that through our readers, reviewers, hyperlinks, and pictures. 2,200 more words

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Part 1 of "The Long Tail" by Chris Anderson

I picked up this book at the airport of all places. It was the airport in Miami on my way home to Chicago. It had a simple cover, which I liked, because it basically encouraged readers to buy it only if they had a true passion for business and commerce. 1,676 more words

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Doing Away with "Publish or Perish"

In a past life I was a flak for a Washington-based think tank. Researchers there toiled long hours at desk, facing intense pressure to publish. Other duties included drafting proposals to raise funds for the institute, supervising junior researchers, and trying out their best TED-like talks at conferences. 984 more words

Communications

Great Presenters Connect with the Audience by Getting Personal

There is really no situation much worse than finding yourself caught in a presentation or conference where the person speaking has something important to share, but remains clearly unable to share it. 968 more words

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Future visions: The talks of TEDGlobalNYC

The advance toward a more connected, united, compassionate world is in peril. Some voices are demanding a retreat, back to a world where insular nations battle for their own interests. 2,039 more words

Chris Anderson

Make your next presentation your best yet

The infographic in this post comes courtesy of the design agency Ghergich & Co. They developed it for Salesforce Canada and invited me to share it with you.  192 more words

Public Speaking