The standard advice for practicing for an important presentation is either: Stand in front of the mirror and practice Find a friend to role-play We’re not against either of those methods. But here’s a third option—one we think is even more effective. Record Your Practice, Then Send Your Video to a Mentor You should practice your presentation. But humans are notoriously bad at judging themselves. So standing in front of the mirror probably isn’t the way to do it. Finding a friend to role-play with
It’s now incredibly easy to create and send video messages directly from Gmail. All it takes is the free Video Email Chrome extension. Once . . .
We’re celebrating both Easter and Passover this week at cloudHQ. As we often do, we’re busy creating holiday messages for friends, family, and important . . .