17 Oct Jared Callahan featured in the New York Times

We are proud to highlight Jared Callahan’s featured new film debuting in the New York Times today! Check it out here. Jared serves as a Filmmaker in Residence for the Atlanta Film Society. He worked as First Assistant Director on “Short Term 12” (2009), which…

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25 Aug The Absolute Best Speaker Advice

We thought this was a wonderful Inc.com article and interview with Nancy Duarte of Duarte.com and we especially loved this: When asked what mistakes with presentations she has seen over and over, her reply was: “The biggest thing is that people don’t have enough empathy. When…

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18 Aug Great Presenters Find a Perfect Mix of Data & Narrative

Written by Nancy Duarte Nancy Duarte is the author of HBR Guide to Persuasive Presentations, Slideology, and Resonate. She is the CEO of Duarte, Inc., which designs presentations and teaches presentation development. Most presentations lie somewhere on the continuum between a report and a story. A report is data-rich, exhaustive, and informative–but not…

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18 Aug How To Give a Killer Speech

Lessons from TED, by Chris Anderson, Curator for TED A little more than a year ago, on a trip to Nairobi, Kenya, some colleagues and I met a 12-year-old Masai boy named Richard Turere, who told us a fascinating story. His family raises livestock on…

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16 Jul George Saunders Speech to Graduates

Rarely does a speech come along, graduation or not, that has had as much impact as this has had on our staff, friends and clients. ENJOY THIS READ. George SaundersCredit Damon Winter/The New York Times Down through the ages, a traditional form has evolved for this…

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