Thursday, April 18, 2024

Think Fast, Talk Smart: Communication Techniques


Matt Abrahams is a lecturer of strategic communication at Stanford GSB and the host of the award-winning podcast "Think Fast, Talk Smart," a show with research-backed techniques becoming a more confident communicator. 

Communication is critical to success in business and in life. Concerned about an upcoming interview? Anxious about speaking up during a meeting? In this talk, and through the podcast, you will learn techniques that will help you speak with greater confidence and clarity.

TO LEARN MORE, CALL TODAY:
Ryan Stone @ 707-480-0959 /or
Terry Minion @ 707-434-9967

Friday, April 12, 2024

Tuesday, April 9, 2024

What is a website?


A website can be defined as a combination of web pages that are publicly accessible over the internet using a web browser. The major components of a website include the web host, website address, homepage, design, content, and navigation structure. The web host is the location where the website is physically located, while the address of the website is the URL of the website, which is necessary to open a website.

TO LEARN MORE, CALL TODAY:
Ryan Stone @ 707-480-0959 /or
Terry Minion @ 707-434-9967

Sunday, March 31, 2024

Happy Easter


Happy Easter To You.

TO LEARN MORE, CALL TODAY:
Ryan Stone @ 707-480-0959 /or
Terry Minion @ 707-434-9967



Friday, March 22, 2024

How Brands Can Use Framing To Influence Customers (Psychology Of Marketing)


How brands can use framing to influence customers (psychology of marketing). The Framing Principle highlights the role that context or perspective plays into shaping our perceptions and decision. Often, the framing principle is incorporated in marketing by emphasizing positive results over negative results, or emphasizing losses compared to gains. For example, we’re more likely to be compelled by a company that states that their product works 90% of the time compared to a company that reports that their product fails 10% of the time. 

TO LEARN MORE, CALL TODAY:
Ryan Stone @ 707-480-0959 /or
Terry Minion @ 707-434-9967

Saturday, February 24, 2024

How to be a creative thinker | Carnegie Mellon University Po-Shen Loh


Have you ever wondered whether you lack creativity? Po-Shen Loh, a social entrepreneur, illuminates issues within the education system while instructing tens of thousands of diverse students. Serving as a U.S. Math Olympiad coach and professor at Carnegie Mellon University, he endeavors to tackle these problems. He has developed a captivating educational system, reminiscent of Twitch game streaming. Explore the significant challenges and their solutions in the video.

TO LEARN MORE, CALL TODAY:
Ryan Stone @ 707-480-0959 /or
Terry Minion @ 707-434-9967