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We live in a world that is surrounded by a massive influx of information that is easily available. If you want to find out more about a subject, all you have to do is go to a computer or smart phone and type it in. It’s that simple. We, literally, have a wealth of info...

When Amy Cuddy was teaching at the Harvard Business School, she noticed a disturbing pattern; her female students were continuously scoring lower grades than her male students. Being an acclaimed social psychologist, she suspected something other than objective cogniti...

The year is 1748; British Aristocrat John Montague, who was the 4th Earl of Sandwich, Kent, invested the majority of his leisure time to play cards. He loved gambling so much that he didn’t want to stop and lay down his cards, not even to eat; but he enjoyed eating a s...

Now that we’ve established what Business Storytelling is and why it can benefit your business, it’s time to focus on the how: how do I effectively tell my story?

3 models for building a business story

Not all people naturally tell a story like th...

In honor of International Women’s Day, here are 5 women who deliver strong speeches – watch and be inspired

Right before winning an Academy Award for her first ever performance in the film “12 Years a Slave”, Nyong’o was awarded the Best Breakthrough Performance at the...

There is an old tradition that says you should always enter your house with your right foot first. That first step, where things are fresh and undetermined, makes all the difference.

Much like that old saying, conveying a message has a lot to do with the beginning; you...

Rarely do we think about the impact facial expressions have when giving a presentation. However, as they are a big aspect of our body language, the faces we make can influence others to think and feel certain ways, merely depending on which muscles we choose to move.

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You’re giving an important presentation to your boss, it all goes very well and your boss is pleased. He later informs you that an important client is arriving from Singapore the following day, and he wants you to show him the presentation. The common mistake people ma...

Before his election to the presidency, Adolf Hitler took voice development lessons from an opera singer. Hitler understood early on that the voice is one of the most important elements of body language. The voice has a dramatic and far-reaching influence on how our mes...

Studies have found that only 7% of the messages we send are verbal – the other 93% are sent in some non-verbal way. This percentage probably shocks you. The bottom line is this: people first pay attention to your body language, and only afterwards do they hear what we’...

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