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Post-it Notes transformed into beautiful anime characters, Moleskin refuses to be obsolete, and you really should stop ending your presentations 

Post-it Notes transformed into beautiful anime characters, Moleskin refuses to be obsolete, and you really should stop ending your presentations with that boring and predictable “Questions?” slide.

This New Moleskine Is Like An iPad Made Of Paper

Like to be creative on paper but hate the thought of losing your best ideas? Moleskin may have a solution.

3 Behaviors That Drive Successful Salespeople

Most people consider selling to be an art rather than a science: some people have it and some people don’t. But this leaves a lot of uncertainty in what is often a company’s most profitable department, and it makes managing a high-functioning sales force notoriously difficult. The prevailing thinking is that the amount of time salespeople spend with customers is the most important determinant of how much they are able to sell. But recent research has uncovered an even more powerful leading indicator: the size and quality of a salesperson’s network inside their own company.

3 Hiring Questions to Steal from Amazon’s CEO

Amazon has forever changed the way people shop online, but it wasn’t always the juggernaut that it is today. In fact, once upon a time it was just a tiny startup with a big vision. So, how did it end up as the giant online retailer that it is now?

Akira Nagaya Creates Anime Paper Cutouts From Post-Its

When kirie artist Akira Nagaya isn’t creating fantastical paper cutouts of flowers, leaves and other natural objects, he entertains himself with this side-project. Using typical store-bought Post-Its Nagaya cuts out beloved anime characters.

“Note And Vote”: How Google Ventures Avoids Groupthink In Meetings

You know when a meeting turns into a complete waste of time? Maybe you’re trying to come up with ideas, or make a decision. Before anyone realizes it, the meeting starts to suck.

The Most Powerful Way to End a Presentation

There are many tips for delivering a great presentation, and while it is important to grab your audience at the beginning, what you do at the end can make all the difference in your presentation’s overall impact and success.

 


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Date:
November 28, 2016
Author:
Traci Jones