Category Archives: Media Skills

Enhance Your Online Brand

Now that we can’t meet in person, your online presence is your first impression. Maybe you’re looking for a new job, aiming to expand your current role, or working to stay relevant in a changing world. Either way, you need … Continue reading

Posted in Media Skills, Online Brand, Tips Videos, Uncategorized

Engage Your Audience Using Visuals

Did you know almost 85% of the information your audience remembers comes through their eyes? To make an impact and leave a lasting impression, we suggest you use visual aids during your informative presentations. Here are the top three reasons … Continue reading

Posted in Communication Skills, Life Skills, Media Skills, Presentation Skills, Public Speaking

Take Fake News By The Reins

We’re drowning in information, inundated from every angle. Like many people, I’ve become a news junkie, unable to stop tuning in. My homepage is set to, but I’m frustrated that the default banner is “BREAKING NEWS.” Isn’t all news … Continue reading

Posted in Leadership Skills, Life Skills, Media Skills

Vote for the Best Message

It’s about five weeks before the presidential election and you’re probably getting bombarded with phone calls, flyers and commercials about various candidates.  Each of these communications carries a message. The most successful of those messages are short, highly-focused and deliver … Continue reading

Posted in Coaching, Communication Skills, Leadership Skills, Life Skills, Media Skills, Presentation Skills, Public Speaking

The Power of Imagery in Communications

Best-selling author, Stephen King once said “imagery does not occur on the writer’s page; it occurs in the reader’s mind. “To describe everything is to supply a photograph in words; to indicate the points which seem the most vivid and … Continue reading

Posted in Communication Skills, Media Skills, Meeting Skills, Presentation Skills, Public Speaking, Writing Skills

Make Your Emails Count: Follow these 5 Steps Before You Hit Send

You may have heard about the Associated Press photo editor who inadvertently inserted part of her cover letter applying for a position as Buzzfeed’s photo essay editor into an image caption for a photo that she then emailed to AP’s … Continue reading

Posted in Communication Skills, E-Mails, Media Skills, Online Brand, Uncategorized, Writing Skills