Ever wonder what it takes to turn your great ideas into a bestselling book? That’s exactly what David Nihill, co-founder of FunnyBizz Conferences, was able to do. After his fear of public speaking drove him to master the techniques of standup comedy, David was able to turn his expertise first into a 5-star rated Udemy course and then into a full-fledged book, Do You Talk Funny? 7 Comedy Habits to Become a Better (and Funnier) Public Speaker. David’s book spent eight weeks as the number one book on Amazon’s Kindle’s public speaking category. We sat down with him to learn how he was able to turn his expertise into a rewarding and profitable business—and how Prezi helped make his book a reality.Read More
Many will argue that a company’s internal culture is just as important as the product or service it sells. A positive, inclusive culture is what attracts and retains the best employees—the ones who are responsible for building and selling that product or service. The more cohesive the culture, the more likely a business will be to succeed.Read More
The most effective way to capture the attention of an audience is by tailoring your content to the expertise and interests of your listeners. Human resources professionals perhaps know this better than anyone. They are the men and women who often canvas business communities, making presentations about their companies and attracting new talent.Read More
Who did you say you are ?
All the branding & positioning strategy workshops I have ever run start with this image:Read More
Roberta Matuson is a sought-after presenter on leadership and business topics. Known as “The Talent Maximizer,” she is best known for her consulting expertise on the topic of talent in the workplace and has written many books on the subject including Talent Magnetism: How to Build a Workplace That Attracts and Keeps the Best. Here, she discusses her path and her top presentation tips.Read More