Employee Spotlight: Founder and CEO, Andrea Heuston
Many people like to take long walks on the beach, but for Andrea, the sea outside her home in Ocean Shores, WA is her energy and inspiration.
How to Choose Authentically Diverse Images for Your Presentation
As a designer, it’s now more imperative than ever to design with inclusivity and diversity in mind.
Tips to Engage an Audience During Virtual Presentations
You’ve spent a lot of time carefully crafting your PowerPoint presentation. The design is visually engaging, the information is concise and your message is easily digestible.
The Problem of Reading from Slides
It’s certainly understandable why it’s done. Maybe you’re uncomfortable with public speaking and reading from your slides makes it feel less scary.
The Trail Youth
Beginning as an outreach to at risk youth living on and around the Snoqualmie Trail, The Trail Youth was featured on an episode of Returning The Favor hosted by Mike Rowe (who you
How to Catapult Your Career
We live in an age of shareable content. From memes that go viral to TED talks that rack up millions of views, if a piece of content is entertaining, informative, or highly compelli
Ending First Worksheet
Creating a captivating presentation can be intimidating and sometimes overwhelming. You’re confronted with a blank page, the cursor blinking at you relentlessly, daring you to tr
How to Become a Great Speaker in 10 Minutes Per Day
The classic maxim, “Fail to prepare, prepare to fail,” is extremely true when it comes to public speaking. If you have to deliver a speech and haven’t practiced your delivery
What to Practice When You Don’t Have an Upcoming Speech
In the first post of this two-part series we talked about how to focus your practice time for an upcoming speech. But most of the time you probably aren’t seven days away from pr