Common Presenting Tics And How To Get Rid Of Them

Common Presenting Tics And How To Get Rid Of Them

First things first—we all have tics when we talk. Those little things we do so unconsciously that we don't even realize we do them. Some are totally harmless, the flavor of your own presenting style. But others can be distracting and take your audience's attention away from what you're saying. Here are four super common presenting tics and tips on how to get rid of them.

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How To Stand Out By Being Yourself

How To Stand Out By Being Yourself

I connected with Toni Dawkins, then Strategist at Grey Group, over the summer when we were both MAIP Coaches. She promptly and awesomely sent me her Guest Pro email then, and it's my pleasure to share it with you now (after much delay on my end). Here's Toni, answering one of the most commonly asked questions—how do I stand out when just starting out?

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3 Ways To Be A Handraiser

3 Ways To Be A Handraiser

Not only does Chelsea St. Clair have one of the dopest names I've seen in awhile, but she also suggested a topic that I loved instantly. Chelsea is a Brand Strategist at Arnold Worldwide, and this week, she brings her perspective as someone one year out of school to provide tips on building an intangible quality that agencies look for: being a handraiser.

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Good Habits That Get Interns Hired

Good Habits That Get Interns Hired

Whether you've secured an internship for the summer or are in the midst of your search, it's smart to start thinking about how to get the most out of your time as an intern. To help you slide into a full-time position, or squeeze the most value from your three month stint, here are five good habits of high performing interns.

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5 Tips for Conquering the Fear of Speaking Up

5 Tips for Conquering the Fear of Speaking Up

One of the most common pieces of feedback I received early in my career, and have given to almost every intern is to speak up in meetings. To kick off 2017 right, here are five tips to help you conquer the fear of speaking up. They'll make it easier to jump in and contribute, so you'll get the reps in and build confidence—until it becomes second nature.

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