MAXIMIZING OPPORTUNITIES

At SquarePlanet, we exist to help people maximize opportunities. Every chance you have to tell your story is an opportunity to connect with your audience in a meaningful way. Too often these opportunities are wasted because people take the easy way out. They stick with the pack. We don’t like the pack. We believe in contrast. We believe the only way your message will ever stand out is if you BE BOLD and share your story like never before.

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WE BELIEVE IN THE POWER OF STORYTELLING.

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Maximize Opportunity With Design – Featuring: Nick Haas of Orbit Media Studios

Making your presentation look good can be quite the task! You say you’re not creative? Bularchy! There are several ways to enhance your presentation with design. Join Brian and Derek as they discuss the nuances of design when crafting your next presentation. Derek shares his number one design tip for presenters, which is not what you’d expect. Find […]

Orange – Lesson 5: Enhancing Your Presentation With Design

Have you ever said things during a presentation like “If you could read this slide, what’d you find is…”? If the answer is yes, than this edition of Orange is just for you. Joining Brian is Kaylee Conrad, our Vice President and Chief Design Maven, to talk about best practices in creating simple, powerful and […]

Maximizing Opportunity by Avoiding Selfishness: Featuring Sam Parker of GiveMore.com

In this episode of Maximizing Opportunity, Brian and Derek take on one of the most common mistakes people make when communicating: Being selfish. As natural and easy as it is, too often people forget that truly connecting with their audience means going beyond your own interests and approaching things from their audience’s perspective. Our guest this […]

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