Author: Will Rosenfeld

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3 Keys to Presentation Success

Have you ever been assigned a major presentation at a moment’s notice? If you have, you’ve most likely experienced the usual feelings of stress and anxiety. This is normal, and everyone gets this feeling. It feels like you’ve got plenty on your plate, and a scary presentation won’t be making things better. Presenting in front… Read more »

Why Customer Service is The Most Important Part of Business

Everyone’s had nasty experiences with customer service. You’ve got an issue with a product and just as soon as you take the time to call for assistance, an unfriendly, unhelpful voice is talking at you. They’re being rude and obnoxious, and their actions could potentially cost them your business. Customer service is all about the… Read more »

How Do You Learn?

Have you felt as though you’ve had trouble remembering what you read, but can recall almost anything you’ve heard? What about finding it difficult to remember what you hear but vividly remembering what you felt physically or wrote down? Almost everyone should have one of these experiences. Our bodies are all wired individually and learning… Read more »

3 Ways to be Powerfully Punctual

You walk into a meeting only to be immediately received by a pack of angered faces. You look at the time, you’re a minute late. What’s the big deal? You ask yourself. It’s only sixty seconds. This is the type of mindset that puts many employees in a bad place. The fact of the matter… Read more »

Getting the Most Out of Social Wellness Month

The excitement is virtually palpable when summer comes around. It’s a time to revel in the weather and rejoice. And every summer comes July, which mean it’s also Social Wellness Month. A perfect time to look into your social life outside of the office. Social Wellness Month is a great time to nurture and revive… Read more »

The Surprising Truth About Stress

Stress is a universal feeling. Whether you have a project due in the coming hours or  your assignments are piling up, stress sends a burst of cortisol and adrenaline throughout your body. Not only do your glucose levels rise, but your heart beats faster and your blood pressure increases. Everyone experiences stress with different intensity… Read more »