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5 Storytelling Mistakes

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Lessons Learned I wrote my first feature screenplay 16 years ago. It took only three months. To write. And then ten years to forget. That’s how bad it was. Along the sixteen years, I learned some lessons and improved my skills. With my second screenplay, Waltzing Kingdoms, I was a finalist at an international writing […]

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Story, Story, Story at Location, Location, Location

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Playing Around With nawmalMAKE After a couple of hours with nawmalMAKE, a 3D animation software, I created two quick pieces to share. The first one is a #JamesBound teaser for the ATD ICE conference in Denver. I used robotic voices but you could record your own if you wanted to. It also has backdrops from another […]

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Is Instructional Design Dead?

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This post originally was posted in LinkedIn. Recently, we had a passionate conversation on Twitter about the future of Instructional Design (ID). Knowing (or not) where L&D is heading, is it a title that remains with us in the future? So many people chimed in on Twitter that there was no more space left to talk within […]

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NFL Concussions: What Are They Hiding?

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There are hundreds of concussions in every season during the NFL games. It’s a manly sport, some say. My research has found the silver bullet. But the NFL is silent. Why? I’ve compared the concussion rate in the NFL to other sports to find out the root cause. The shocking revelation that in Golf there’s […]

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How to become a sought after poet in just 5 minutes (even if you never tried)?

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“Instagram, comme un nez rouge. Lecture Aigle Books A Million Et avoir des relations sexuelles avec des hôtels de l’herpès Saints des Derniers Jours sur le coldplay Porches sur le chemin de halage.” Excuse my French! Let me show you how to write one of the most sought after poems like this in just five […]

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The Shocking Truth About Going Viral: Saddle Up

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Let’s face it. We all have been there. Your funny status on Facebook, the hilarious picture on Instagram, the wittiest restaurant review blog on WordPress, your hit song on YouTube or maybe your uncanny 150 characters ever in the alphabet on Twitter… And yet, now beyond legal drinking age, you still have not gone viral. […]

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