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I love the chance to talk about my creative process. Here's how I made a slide deck for an activist presentation.
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30,000 Marketers (aka My plans for September 2nd)
Join me and 30,000 marketers at Marketing Nation Online 2015! #mktgnation http://t.co/FND3FBSddY — Nathanael Yellis (@inathanael) August 19, 2015 Brought to you by Marketing Automation Software by Marketo
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A great product email
I use Buffer  to schedule some of my social posts. (I'm special, but for other reasons: 2.4 million people also use Buffer.) This morning Buffer dropped a tweet I made about an open Job at Heritage: Join Heritage as their Social Media Manager: http://t.co/B...
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Breaking the Mold: OYP's "Confessions of a Public Speaker" Episode
We're now past the ten episode mark at Own Your Platform . My biggest challenge has been making the format consistent. I think a podcast that has recurring features, where listeners know the structure of what's coming, if not the content itself, is ideal. A...
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The Judge is Always Right
In our latest episode of Own Your Platform, Isaiah and I talked about the aphorism the judge is always right . >> Listen to OYP here. In competitive debate, the judge is the person who decides the winner of each debate round. Thus in the world of debate, co...
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How we developed the tech talk for the 2015 Sentinel Summit
We started with an outline: a set assumptions about who the audience was, what they needed, and the message we wanted them to hear. After assigning roles for the multi-person talk, it came time to build one slide deck to visually communicate the message and...
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Video: The Social Life of Small Urban Spaces
William H. Whyte Here's a fascinating video about how the design of urban space controls how the space is used. It's well worth the watch. The Social Life of Small Urban Spaces: William H. Whyte from Nelly Oli on Vimeo . Why this matters Whyte's approach co...
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Hey, this is quite an interesting post you shared. Because of this post, I found your blog and have glanced through some previous blogs, most of them are non relate to this video that you shared. I was just curious and thought you were an urban planner or designer or in related fields. But you weren't. Anyway, I just want to thank you for sharing this video. 
Keep blogging and sharing books you like!
I love books and would like to do what you are doing, which is recommending books through blogging, if you don't mind! haha.. 
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Marketo Summit Presentation: the making of
People seem to think my presentations look nice. They sure don't start out that way. The ugly phase is critical to getting it nice. Here's how I made my presentation for Marketo's 2015 Marketing Nation Summit. Step one: say it aloud.  I pitched my session i...
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Customizing my style for the audience
One of my goals for 2015 is to present to an audience once a quarter. Owning a platform is something I coach people to do, and by practicing the art myself, my coaching stays well-informed. Excited to be at @LeadershipInst to talk online optimization with s...
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50 in 2014: Lessons learned from a year of reading books
I only made it to 41. The goal was to read 50 books in 2014. I ended up nine short. But I think that's ok. Underlying the goal was to spend less time on the internet reading articles and more time deeply thinking about ideas. I was also thinking about the f...
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Techno politico in DC.
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My wife is Rebekah and she is awesome. I do online operations for Heritage Action, a conservative political group in Washington DC. I'm from Maine originally and get back every chance I can.
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I ate a great sandwich and enormous Small Iced Coffee for lunch today. Seriously, the size of the small iced coffee could make it the best $3 you'll spend for coffee anywhere in the city. Also, a quick comment on the plating: very solid presentation of the sandwich halves and I enjoyed the disposable plate. I met a friend there at 12:30, and we were quickly served and there was plenty of seating. We'll go again.
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The helpful person at the counter walked me through options quickly.
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The vibe was kinda fun and their soft serve was good. They only accept cash and have somewhat limited selection. They nail what a simple soft serve joint should be.
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reviewed 3 years ago
The person answering this number is rude. In addition, she does not have the ability (desire?) to deal with any real customer issues. If you are really nice, she'll give you Comcast's 1-800 number. But this isn't the local customer center. Or at least she doesn't act like it is. I got a little offended when she hung up on me this morning, so I caused a ruckus on Twitter. Maybe something will happen and they'll hire a nice person with the ability to transfer your call or answer your questions. Until then, stay away (unless you like getting abused on the phone).
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Great diner. Service was efficient, food decent, cash taken. Don't come if you're looking for fru-fru organic local. Do come if you want a square meal at an aggressive price.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
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reviewed 3 years ago
I had my car serviced by the guys at 10th Street for the first time this week. They exceeded my expectations. They clearly outlined the schedule they'd keep and stuck to it; their description of the problem and consultation on the solution was helpful. They were pricey, but worth it for the service, in my opinion. I'll keep using them for repairs for sure.
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On a recent rainy Saturday afternoon, my wife and I walked through several packed coffee shops. We stopped at The Works because it was the only spot with a free table, and one near the windows at that. We bought mugs & they let us have free coffee refills. At the end of the day, the staff gave us the leftover pastries. Good tasting food, decent hot drinks, and friendly staff--and an uncrowded cafe. I couldn't ask for more.
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