Friday, June 25, 2010

Around the Word

Some weighty words to ponder as we head into the sun-baked oblivion of the weekend...
  • The Eloquent Woman delves into the psychology of stress for public speakers, and recommends all speakers take a Myers-Briggs Type Indicator assessment to identify their "inferior function" and suss out what's you versus what's you under stress
  • TopRank explores the curation necessary in today's marketing mix, and consults 10 of the industry's thought leaders on syndication, automation, and why packaging is nothing new
  • Nick Morgan dissects what he deems TED's best speech, given by Jill Bolte Taylor. From her adept weaving of the personal to her use of a startling prop (a human brain), Taylor didn't get a standing ovation for nothing

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