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Insights, information and inspiration to create and share your story more effectively.

Chad Biggs

Chad Biggs feeds a lifelong obsession with storytelling by helping clients capture and meaningfully share their stories with the people that matter. As Red Sky’s Chief Content Officer, Chad’s work is driven by a deference to the written word and his innate ability to craft an acute, concise message for clients ranging from healthcare to technology to renewables.

Recent Posts

411 in the 208

We’re back doing 411 in the 208 after a little hiatus, and we look forward to continuing to share events around the Treasure Valley that our Red Sky staffers are excited about! Check in every two weeks to see what we’re up to.

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Nervous about public speaking? Strike a superhero pose to boost your confidence

We’ve all been there before: the moment before a big presentation and your stomach is aflutter with nerves. Your palms are sweating and you feel like crawling into a little ball to find your happy place. Whether you’re conscious of it or not, your body language is communicating this lack of confidence.

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Death vs. Public Speaking? How to Harness Your Nerves

It seems ridiculous. An anomaly. A statistical error. But according to research from two Bruskin/Goldring research studies more than 15 years apart, public speaking is the number one fear of Americans. That tops heights, illness and even death.

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411 in the 208

Between now and Thanksgiving, the Treasure Valley has a ton of cool events lined up—take advantage before the crush of holiday season is upon us all. And who knows? Maybe you’ll run into a Red Sky’er or two at any of these events! Lucky, lucky you. ;)

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411 in the 208

By Christina Lenkowski

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What We're Reading

Justin NyquistFacebook Post Helps Criminal Re-think Stolen Plant: An Oregon couple posted a video on Facebook, which showed their home security camera footage of a thief walking up to their front door and stealing a potted plant. After the video was shared thousands of times, the thief must have had a change of heart. The woman returned the plant a few nights after the theft.

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