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Ryan McMunn

During my first business trip to China in 2004 I was looking for a place to take a short tour in Shanghai.  My Chinese colleague, a very classy Chinese woman, offered a recommendation, “Go to the Bund, it is where all of the young people go to make LOVE.”  Naturally, I was more than a little confused and taken aback by her suggestive advice.  

Then comes your greatest challenge. Coach Dambrot calls it instinct; I call it your Inner Brilliance. You want to prepare and practice. Then when the spotlight of life is on you, you want YOU to come out.

30 million presentations are given every day. 90% are unbearable. Included in these numbers are countless CEO presentations. CEO’s speak to their Board, Bank, and other CEO’s. Sometimes they even speak to their employees in companywide meetings. How does an otherwise dynamic CEO become boring as a speaker?

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Colin Jeavons, CEO at Vertical Search Works

Uncertainty is a hallmark of today’s business climate, but it can be managed in your online presence. Semantic search technologies are emerging to help curate your company’s reputation, target customers more effectively, and stay current with the latest mobile marketing trends - without having to hire another technology guru.

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Jason Levesque, CEO, Argo Marketing Group

A fellow CEO asked me where I got my MBA, and my answer was succinct yet the same as always,U.S. Army Drill Sergeant Academy, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. When I graduated,I did not get a piece of parchment, I got a really cool hat and a whistle.

As an entrepreneur, you have to gather your education from non-traditional schools of higher learning. Whether it's the grocer down the street or the U.S. Army, effective leaders rely on their lifetime experiences to shape future decisions. 

effective communication the ceo magazine
Geoffrey Tumlin

Five Unrealistic Expectations We Have of Our “Smart”phones and Other Devices (and How to Get Back to Reality)

Advertisements promise that the latest smartphones, tablets, laptops, and other gadgets will put blazing speed at our fingertips, enable us to multitask like an octopus, and ensure that we never miss a thing. Because new technology promises—and does—a lot for us, it’s no surprise that we’ve fallen in love with it. But in our enthusiasm for our new digital communication tools, we’ve lost sight of the people behind the tools.

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