THE BLOGLea's latest musings on data presentation, visualization, and analytics.
Wil Reynolds, quite simply, likes helping people and businesses grow. A former teacher with a knack for advising, he’s been helping Fortune 500 companies develop SEO strategies since 1999....read more
LISTEN TO THE EPISODE This episode’s guest transforms businesses and brands. Right out of school, he helped take a company from $1M to $14M and #35 on Inc. Magazine's Fastest Growing...read more
Welcome to a new season of Present Beyond Measure! I thought there would be no better way to kick the...read more
Trust. Trust is a tricky character. We all want people to give us theirs, and yet we are super wary of giving it out ourselves. In family, in love, and of course, in business. Earning the trust of others as a data analyst is a tall order. Trust is an ephemeral entity...read more
This episode’s guest is is a well-aged interview that I’ve been saving up for a special occasion. She is an invaluable resource to the aspiring TED-...read more
This episodes esteemed guest is an economist by training, but over the last 5 years, he’s worked hard to communicate his...read more
This episode’s guest is a global household name for bringing a touch of zen to your presentations.
Garr Reynolds is the Elvis Presley of the presentation world, a popular speaker, and the author of the award-winning and best-selling presentation book, Presentation Zen, which is considered by many to be the bible of stellar presenting.
Garr’s contribution has been a pivotal force in my entire presentation career and philosophy and it was an honor and privilege
This episode's guest is best known for equipping...read more
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This episode’s guests are on a mission to create data-savvy...read more
This episode’s guest is on a mission to turn your boring product...read more
After delivering my signature presentation myth-busting conference talk, "Get Their Attention", I expose my audience to the "One Idea Per Slide" philosophy. This approach is used by renowned presentation experts such as Garr Reynolds, Nancy Duarte and Guy Kawasaki....read more