Sometimes it’s just plain hard to be creative, isn’t it? There can be a lot of pressure on you every day to come up with creative solutions, or creative ways to do things, or creative things to say. How would you feel if I told you the age-old secret to being creative? Why is it […]
I love the fact that WordPress lets me see what search engine terms are bringing people to my virtual doorstep. Keyword searches have become a very real tool for day to day business and personal use as well. Search engine optimization is a very relevant topic is the blogosphere, and it’s generating a number of […]
Part of being the Talk to the Human guy is the need to understand my medium. Inbound Marketing, written by Brian Halligan and Dharmesh Shah is a part of the New Rules of Social Media series from Wiley books. When I saw the testimonial by Seth Godin on the back cover, I figured it would […]
“How can you tell the difference between being confident as a speaker and when your just comfortable?” One of my Facebook Fans recently asked me this question, and I realized it was a bit more common of a concern for new speakers than you might think. Or, you have been sitting there wondering “When is Rob going […]
After lunch today, my friends and I received our fortune cookies and each opened them up to see our fortunes (and, you know, eat the cookie). With the mass-produced nature of the fortune cookie being so well known (Santa and the Tooth Fairy are, of course, still believable), it’s tough to get my hopes up […]
I picked this book up after hearing the author and other World Champions of Public Speaking on a CD set I had purchased last year. All of those on the CD set, including author Craig Valentine, had very professional styles and believed in providing valuable information in their products. I picked this up, hoping […]
As of today, 27 Nov, I’ve moved my blog over to the www.talktothehuman.com URL, instead of being on WordPress’ site. This is still a wordpress blog, but now hosted on my web site. Enjoy!