Posts Tagged: Phoenix Media Coach

Handling questions when you don’t know the answer

By Jeff Heisner Seeing the Presidential candidates in action is sometimes like watching the Vince Vaughn/Ben Stiller comedy DodgeBall. The candidates find different and creative ways to dodge, avoid and completely not answer direct questions during their interviews. What they are trying to do is called bridging. Bridging is how an interviewee controls the interview… Read more »

Avoiding an epic meltdown in your presentation

Transformer director, Michael Bay’s specialty is blowing things up on a epic scale for the big screen. Recently at the Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas Bay was the one imploding after his performance. You’ve probably seen this video of his meltdown where he got so flustered he walked off the stage. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_tqRyzTvNKE Bay’s stage fright… Read more »

Should you avoid the mainstream media and use YouTube?

It’s becoming more than a trend.  People are avoiding or ditching the mainstream media and using YouTube to get their message out to the public. Wondering if  YouTube is a viable platform? Actually, it is. Paula Deen’s apology and the Cleveland kidnap victims reaction to being freed went straight to the web and received millions of… Read more »