Getting Real and Telling Stories

This week I finished an eight-week course from Gotham Writers. I took an online class on memoir writing because I think I have a pretty cool startup story. I’ve also been mulling over writing about how I ended up in the career I am and what led me on the technology path. You may know […]

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The Art of the Corporate Apology

The other day I lost it in a team meeting. Really Lily, you? I know. I’m not perfect. We were reviewing a deliverable that I put together when one of my coworkers started saying that it wasn’t feasible along with some other comments on how I should have done my work. I was expecting feedback on the […]

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A New Take On Mentors

Do you have a mentor or do you try to get by on your own? Do you like to mentor new people at your place of work or in a professional organization? Traditionally, a mentor is someone assigned to you in your place of work. Sometimes a coworker may take you under their wing, becoming a […]

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Virtual Reality: Digitally Disrupting Location-based Conferences

Attending a conference is an ordeal and a privilege. It’s exciting to attend conferences since they’re usually held in big cities like Orlando, Chicago, or Amsterdam. You have a chance to eat good food and take lots of fun selfies for Instagram and the keynote presentations. But first, you have to be selected by your […]

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[Video] 5 Tips giving a presentation in Virtual Reality

Virtual reality is becoming a common platform for public speaking. It’s also being used for giving presentations at work and in the classroom. With events becoming more commonplace in virtual reality, it’s important to use proper avatar body language. Watch the video below to give your best presentation in VR!   Give Your Best Presentation […]

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