Mondegreens, Pizza, and Pie Charts: 3 Ways to be a Better Presenter by Leaving Nothing to Interpretation

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As Mick Jagger once famously sang, “I’ll never leave your pizza burning.” You see, not only was Jagger committed to bringing rock and roll to America in the 60’s and 70’s, but he clearly also believed in the power of kitchen timers during The Rolling Stones’ frozen pizza adventures… …only that’s not what Mick Jagger really sings. As most probably …

Mixing Passion With Profession: A Labor of Love

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For young adults fresh to the job scene or seasoned professionals voyaging out on a new career path, often the advice they receive is this: “Pick a career you enjoy, so it’ll never feel like work!” Well, I think that statement is complete and utter horseshit. Why, you ask? Well for starters, it’s a huge contradiction. Work is work. No …

Connect and Captivate: 4 Keys to Effective Storytelling in the Business World

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Recently, we wrote a blog post called Robots & Resonating Messages: 3 Ways to Survive the Robot Revolution by Using Effective Communication Strategy. Shortly after we shared the ways you can stay importantly human in a robot-run society, we stumbled upon this article from the NY Times written by Alina Tugend. To put it simply… this article reaffirmed our convictions …

Robots & Resonating Messages: 3 Ways to Survive the Robot Revolution by Using Effective Communication Strategy

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Robots. Taking over the world. While that may sound like the plot of Tom Cruise’s latest summer blockbuster, it’s actually just cold hard reality coming to a future near you. In a less dramatic and more realistic sense, technology always has been and will be one of the biggest driving forces in what changes the scope of our economy and where …

The Show Must Go On: 5 Presentation Tips for a Smooth Recovery

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As a Chicago company, SquarePlanet is well aware of the misfortune that has struck the Morton Salt facility on Goose Island and neighboring McGrath Acura early this week. If you’re not familiar, take a moment to learn about the spill. In a nutshell, an exterior wall of the Morton Salt facility collapsed, pouring an impressive amount of salt onto a group of vehicles directly below. …

The Slump

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It all starts with trust. Your messaging is your baby. Giving control of something so near and dear to your heart to a third party can sometimes feel a little unnerving. It’s kind of like sending your kid to preschool: The rational part of you knows it’s all to help them grow and become successful little people one day, but …

And now, a SquarePlanet Tale…

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Terry the Turtle, or Mr. T as his students like to call him, loves teaching the cooking class at Animal Academy. They’ve learned so much and it’s now time for their final project – to create a recipe all on their own! Billy the Buffalo wants to make bacon-wrapped chicken wings because he thinks it’s an easy crowd pleaser that …