Skip to content

Gabe Karp On The 5 Things You Need To Be A Highly Effective Public Speaker

An Interview With Fotis Georgiadis Patience — There’s a lot of heavy lifting you have to do without seeing the benefit for a while. But you have to be patient and keep going. If you keep doing things to move yourself forward, eventually you’re going to catch a break and something’s going to work. At some point in our lives, many of us will have to give a talk to a large group of people. What does it take to be a highly effective public speaker? How can you improve your public speaking skills? How can you overcome a fear of speaking in public? What does it take to give a very interesting and engaging public talk? In this interview series called “5 Things You Need To Be A Highly Effective Public Speaker” we are talking to successful and effective
Read More

Marissa Shapiro Of Martha: Five Things You Need To Build A Trusted And Beloved Brand

An Interview With Fotis Georgiadis A mission is particularly powerful for brands, especially in a time where they are being looked at to act and respond to topics far outside of what their business may focus on. Defining the mission can help guide teams who are managing the brand to know not only what to respond to, but how to respond. As part of our series about how to create a trusted, believable, and beloved brand, I had the pleasure to interview Marissa Shapiro. Marissa is the founder of Martha, the NY-based consultancy that builds brands from the inside, out. Her and her team partner closely with clients to create brand identities that claim space in their respective markets and engage their audiences across all touchpoints. Her career has led her to work with companies big and small, from
Read More

The Future Is Now: Dmitry Semenov Of Saritasa On How Their Technological Innovation Will Shake Up…

The Future Is Now: Dmitry Semenov Of Saritasa On How Their Technological Innovation Will Shake Up The Tech Scene An Interview With Fotis Georgiadis Learn to delegate quickly. You’ll save yourself a ton of time in the long run, and build up a team of competent people. Delegation is often the hardest part of leadership. It’s easy to do things yourself. It’s hard to ask for help. As a part of our series about cutting edge technological breakthroughs, I had the pleasure of interviewing Dmitry Semenov, CTO. Dmitry Semenov has over 20 years of experience building and managing technology projects. He is proficient in full software lifecycle development, with deep knowledge in PHP, .Net, iOS and Android. He is skilled in the architecture of high demand, high traffic systems and has worked extensively with complex databases and integrating diverse software environments.
Read More

The Latest