Live music can be one of the most captivating and addicting hobbies out there. The thrill you receive from seeing the band you love playing your favorite songs is (at least for me) unmatched by anything else. More importantly, the live music scene is experiencing a renaissance right now. Every year there are more and more festivals, paired with new ones springing up everywhere.… Continue Reading →
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From the bottom of my heart, I’d like to thank you so much for your patronage this year, keeping up with our writings. We couldn’t, and wouldn’t, do what we do without your endearing loyalty.
To those who supported us in 2014, we’ve had our best year yet. From record growth, to writing a book, to producing our own company culture video (which you’ll see soon, promise), we’ve had many accomplishments to be thankful for.… Continue Reading →
We all have memorable Christmas presents, or presents in general. It’s those little gems that we never forget… Or wish we could forget. Whether you remember a gift because it was good, weird, or horribly off the mark and totally useless – the important part is that you remember it.
Don’t lie to yourself; we all have one.
So this Christmas we decided to go around and see what everyone’s most memorable presents was. … Continue Reading →
To me, Christmas is an incredible time of the year because it amplifies life. If you’re having a good year during Christmas, it’s spectacular. If you’re having a crappy year during Christmas, it’s hell on earth. For businesses, it gets even better.
If your team is creative, their brilliance exceeds expectations. If your team is hard working, they work harder. If your team loves to enchant clients, they turn into Dean Martin.… Continue Reading →
In the world of sales, presentations are everything—giving a good pitch is essential to winning over your customers and convincing them to purchase your product. At Big Fish Presentations, I have the great opportunity to help clients close large deals and secure investments by improving their sales presentations. When it comes to helping our clients deliver better presentations, I have to prove to them we know what we’re talking about by giving our own unique sales presentation.… Continue Reading →
What do famous public figures like Ellen Degeneres, Gary Vaynerchuk, and Tony Robbins have in common? Besides being insanely successful in their respective fields, they’re also world-renowned presenters.
After watching hundreds of presenters online and in person, we at Big Fish Presentations decided to highlight six presenters, past and present, that really stuck out to us. Here’s a look at their strategies—and how you can incorporate their magic into your own presentations.… Continue Reading →
A lot of people assume PowerPoint is the one and only. Old faithful. Tried and true. This is the main cause for most of the flack PowerPoint catches. It’s the most well known platform, so everyone uses it – the good and the bad. However, there are so many options and platforms out there that you no longer have to be (or feel) tied to PowerPoint.… Continue Reading →
At Big Fish, we hold the subject of entrepreneurship very dearly. As small businesses certainly drive the future of our economy, there’s just a certain special feeling we get when we help a small company successfully pitch to an investor or large client. There’s a certain magic that needs to be applied to startup pitches. It takes real research, focus, and strategy to make that first big sale.… Continue Reading →
For this Casual Friday, I’ve decided to take a departure from previous posts and talk about something I hated, rather than something I truly loved.
This is the story of the worst keynote speaker I’ve ever seen.
One thing I’ve noticed in my time here at Big Fish is the entire team shares a love for video games. Between the frequent blasting of 90’s music, ridiculous YouTube videos, and actual work, gaming is a common topic at our office.… Continue Reading →