Category: Presentation Skills

Is this POLITICAL Ad effective? »

Is this advertisement of Simon and Garfunkel’s song America going to deliver votes? His followers are young people who don’t like to be SOLD to. Over 2 million views.

Should Presidential Candidates thrust their kids into the spotlight? Was the Washington Post out of line? »

1.7 million views and counting. Cruz effectively used storytelling (and his kids) to make his point. So, was it fair game for the Washington Post cartoonist to satirize the fact that Republican Presidential Candidates, Ted Cruz, used his kids in a televised satire of Christmas stories? In the Washington Post cartoon, Cruz was portrayed as […]

9 Lessons from the Presidential Race on How to Attract Fans (& Clients) »

What marketing and branding lessons can we learn from the current Presidential Race? This is NOT discussion of politics. It’s not about who is or isn’t the best candidate. Please ADD to the 9 Lessons list below by sharing lessons you’ve observed that regular entrepreneurs and experts can apply to our own businesses. Here are […]

Are YOU Speaking Corporate Gobbletygook? »

In Step Into The Spotlight!, I listed the 16 words and phrases entrepreneurs should ban from their vocabulary. Some of them are in this fabulous vignette–actually a commercial for Avaya. Priceless. Thanks to Mark Anthony Germanos from my LinkedIn Step Into The Spotlight! group for the head’s up on this hilarious ad! How many of […]

Does this ad OFFEND or AMUSE you? »

Profanity, an arguably patronizing attitude towards the new employee (end of ad) and yet irreverent ads like this have propelled Dollar Shave Club to millions selling something you can buy yourself at the local dollar store or your neighborhood Walgreens. So, do you find it OFFENSIVE or AMUSING? More importantly, would YOU buy their stuff? […]

Do You Show Up Late at Networking Meetings to Avoid the 30 Second Infomercial? »

Lots of people do! Just received a new book in the Step Into The Spotlight! reviews stack from speaker and coach Fred E. Miller, all about how to build your “elevator speech” floor by floor. His approach is a little different than mine but found some great stuff here like on page 12 where he […]

YOU are the Prize! »

Here’s Oren Klaff, author of Pitch Anything with Chase Jarvis. One of the members of my new Linked In Step Into The Spotlight Group says that this is one of the best books of 2012. Yes, it’s about capturing your audience’s attention. You already know that. But the most important concept comes in at around […]

Step into the Spotlight Book

To hear the STORY BEHIND THE BOOK & get on the Tsufit's Mailing List, enter your info below:

Name

E-mail


    Put me on the List! » 

 

Get Adobe Flash player