Are You Sabotaging Your Presentations With an Out-of-Date Image?

If your business presentations are falling flat, then you may be ready for an image update. The term “business casual” has taken on new meaning. Originally, this term was defined as a sports jacket and pants with an open-neck shirt for men. For women, it was a crisp, professional looking blouse with pants or a skirt, topped with a jacket. …Read more…

All That Preparation and Your Product Demonstration Flopped

Woman Making a Banana SmoothieYour worst fear is happening, live and on air: the product you’re demonstrating doesn’t work. When it happens on TODAY, it’s more than a bit embarrassing and certainly diminishes the company’s product and brand.

You Can’t Slap it Together

It takes intricate planning for a product demonstration, or to prepare …Read more…

For Presidential Candidates, It’s Always Crisis Time

The Presidential horse race between President Obama and Mitt Romney, the presumed Republican contender, has already begun. As in recent years, the nominating conventions will simply be great big pep rallies.

Visions of the late Mike Wallace and other reporters being pushed around the convention floor by unruly conventioneers are a distant memory.

Now all the real action is on the stump, when the media will be analyzing every word and gesture of the presidential candidates for hidden meanings and bloopers. …Read more…

TODAY Show Celebrates 60 Years of Being Picky About Choosing Guests

TODAY at 60

Who knew on January 14, 1952, that the launch of the TODAY show would change the face of morning television for the next 60 years with a format imitated by broadcasters around the world? After all these years, it is still the top-rated morning show.

TODAY is hosting a star-studded 60th anniversary celebration on Friday, January 13, with TODAY anchors past and present, favorite celebrity guests, and special surprises and performances.

I Want to Be on TODAY …Read more…