Crafting a Great LinkedIn Connection Request

The debate on whether or not to include a note when sending a connection request on LinkedIn has been raging for some time, but in my opinion, is a no brainer.  Always, always, always include a note.  Not only is it proper etiquette, but it can increase your chances of successfully connecting by a huge margin.  In this blog I […]

Taking a Look at the New LinkedIn Stories Feature!

We knew it was coming…Stories on LinkedIn…just not when.  Well, turns out the new feature was just launched on September 24th as part of a major redesign of the entire LinkedIn platform.  Along with making the LinkedIn experience easy, inclusive, enjoyable, and putting the community front and center, they have added a more human way of sharing with Stories.  Here’s […]

Sell the sizzle, not the steak!

It’s a principle that goes back more than 75 years, but remains applicable to this day- don’t sell the steak, sell the sizzle. I’m going to let Elmer Wheeler explain in this two minute video from 1947 and then we’ll get back to it. Take a look at the following two pictures and tell me which one would get you […]

Exclusive Interviews – The Boys Season 2 Cast and Crew

Tai Freligh interviews the cast and crew of The Boys Season 2… The Boys, on Amazon Prime Video, is an irreverent take on what happens when superheroes, who are as popular as celebrities, as influential as politicians and as revered as Gods, abuse their superpowers rather than use them for good. Showrunner Eric Kripke along with members of the cast, […]

Exclusive Interview – Co-writer Dave Sirus chats The King of Staten Island

Tai Freligh interviews The King of Staten Island co-writer Dave Sirus… Known for his early prank interviews as fictitious reporter Brick Stone with the Westboro Baptist Church, Dave Sirus has established a name for himself in the comedy world with his Emmy-nominated writing on Saturday Night Live and Triumph the Insult Comic Dog. Now, in The King of Staten Island, Dave utilizes his comedic approach as a co-writer […]