Are All Disabilities Invisible?

By Tony Drees

Army soldier Tony Drees not only survives, but thrives after deadly scud missile attack. Despite his Invisible Disabilities, Mr. Drees shares an inspirational message about Sustainability and the value of personal accountability in Education and service to Community in his “Invisible Wounds, Invaluable Lessons” Tour. See Tony's Incredible Story:http://tonydreeslifeco

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Know the difference between storytelling and storybranding in business

By Jim Signorelli

Originally published on Story-Lab By Jim Signorelli Know The Important Differences Between Business Storytelling and StoryBranding  People often think of business storytelling and storybranding as the same thing. Both can be found in the same story toolbox, but they are as different as a flat blade and a Phillips screwdriver.  Storytelling is the more common

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5 Tools to Help You Become A Spellbinding Business Storyteller

By Jim Signorelli

Originally published by By Jim Signorelli on Story-Lab  Oral stories told in a business context, make up a unique category within the whole storytelling genre. They fall somewhere between the extremes of your basic TV news story and stories delivered by performance artists.  Stories told in business settings are necessarily short, conversational, and only work if they make a relevant

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Smart Business: How an Inclusive Culture based on Trust can encourage Innovation:

By JJ DiGeronimo

 
 

Smart Business: How Talented Leaders Engage Employees for Bottom-line Impact

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Smart Business: Creative Strategies for Recruiting Diverse Tech Candidates

By JJ DiGeronimo

 
 

Smart Business: Are you branding yourself for the future?

By JJ DiGeronimo

 
 

Forbes: Why This STEM Expert Foresees A Women In Tech Triumph

By JJ DiGeronimo

 
 

Forbes: Women In Tech: 10 Steps To Ensure Your Career And Salary Growth

By JJ DiGeronimo

 
 

What Meeting Planners Should Look for in a Speaker

By Lindsey Patterson

Today's companies and organizations rely on a variety of marketing methods to meet the needs of their customer base. One of the popular networking methods that has not gone out of style in this century is the use of public speakers for conventions, trade shows, and other special events. A professional public speaker is someone who can bring a lot of energy to a crowd, especially with the right com

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