You’re probably asking, “What’s the Anaphora Effect?”
In honor of Martin Luther King Jr.’s American federal holiday marking his birthday, celebrated yesterday, I want to blog about one of the genius components of his famous “I Have a Dream” speech delivered in 1963 during the March on Read more [...]
Awards season has begun. Actors take the stage to present, accept and preen.
Unless you’re Jimmy Fallon emceeing the event when the teleprompter fails.
What do you do when your teleprompter fails? Even a pro like Fallon can stumble. But like a pro he regrouped, did some stand up and Read more [...]
You are in good company.
The New York Times printed the Most Read, Shared & Viewed Stories of 2016 recently and an article on overcoming the fear of public speaking hit the list.
That’s right – thousands of clicks on the issue of working through public speaking stage fright.
Titled “How Read more [...]
We’ve explored several aspects of communication, including channel-based strategies (think Snapchat), content-based strategies (think GIFs and memes), and theory-based strategies (think Uses and Gratifications Theory) in order to equip ourselves with the tools and tips to communicate effectively with Read more [...]
We’ve talked about cutting through the clutter to overcome Millennials’ short attention spans, and we looked at GIFs and Snapchat as key strategies to communicate your message.
Now, let’s see how you can apply one of the leading communication models in the study of communications: The Uses Read more [...]