We’re seeing a lot of companies run their events online but not getting the results they wanted, even with all the bells and whistle available today. This is because they are not applying the 80/20 principle.
In true Missing Link style, we’re going to dive into the story of the overhead projector and why this once revolutionary invention is your absolute presentation Achilles heal today. Let’s slay this legacy thinking!
5 ways you can harness these advanced Zoom features so you can keep your audience with you – engaged, activated and enlightened.
We’ve seen significant increases in information retention and content engagement since taking our courses 100% online. But there isn’t a silver bullet.
Your audience is bombarded. The influx of online events is more overwhelming than your laundry pile after a long holiday with nothing new or interesting anymore. What makes your webinar/online conference different from everyone else’s?
Rock ‘n Roll roadie turned global entrepreneur Richard Mulholland debuts his company’s newest hit: “Story-to-Stage”
Mulholland’s company, Missing Link – the largest speaking presentation firm in Africa – has debuted the “Story-to-Stage” program, a three-month immersive that helps professional speakers generate authority, audience and income. The program’s first class includes well-known entrepreneurs and thought leaders from Australia to Ireland.
there’s ONE rule when it comes to public speaking at an event that we seem to be forgetting… It’s particularly worrisome in online events because your audience can just walk out the door when they’re done!
Are you a corporation that is considering or has already cancelled a conference amid the COVID-19 crisis? If so I think there are three questions that you have to answer before you do.
There’s something about online presentations these days that has got people thinking that it’s ok to sit while giving your speech, pitch or keynote address. It’s not ok.