From adorable dogs to tearjerkers to action-packed car chases, movies are more than just entertainment. They can elicit emotion, convey a sense of morality, motivate others, and deliver a wide spectrum of messages.
Let's face it: we live in a competitive world. We compete in the boardroom, the classroom, the workplace, on the field during sporting events, and even on social media
The coronavirus has prompted nationwide school closures. And the daunting part? A majority of teachers have never been exposed to online learning or the need to support their students from afar.
We’ve all experienced that leader – the one who has mastered the art of monotone speaking and has successfully helped everyone drift off to sleep. Whether you’re a C-level executive, professor, or coach, being dubbed “boring” can certainly bruise your ego.
Simply put, it’s a series of emails meant to nurture and communicate your message over a period of time. They’re intended for a specific audience – whether that’s your students, employees, or basketball team. Successful drip campaigns are meaningful and purposeful – the goal is to add value, not just make noise.