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About Kate Haberbusch

Kate is the Social Media & Content Manager at General Assembly.

The GA Yule Log

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Whether you’re looking for a seasonal image for your holiday party, or just something to stare at while you ponder the meaning of egg nog, a yule log can help make any scene more festive. But playing with fire can be dangerous, as it poses the risk of smoke inhalation, can be tricky to extinguish, and attracts bears. For those looking for a safer alternative, we’ve created our very own yule log scene, perfect for playing on any screen that’s not currently showing a college football game. Enjoy the glow without getting burned.

Happy Holidays from GA.

#HackTheHolidays, Day 5: It’s a Wrap

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We’re concluding our week of holiday how-tos and for-yous with one more helpful treat (and, of course, more puns). First impressions make a difference, and presentation can make or break your presents (hopefully not literally). Learn to master the art of gift wrapping with our handy wrapping gif.

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#HackTheHolidays, Day 3: The GA Ornament

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From tree-trimming to gift-giving, ornaments are a staple item of the holiday season. However, this time of year, shopping for them can put a strain on your wallet and patience. Avoid the lines and stress while adding a hand-made touch with GA ornaments. We’ve included everything you need to create your very own seasonal decorations. Simply print, construct, and display. These ornaments should yield 15-27% more holiday cheer when used appropriately. Enjoy.

Download yours here.

15 Second Tutorial:

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#HackTheHolidays, Day 2: Yule Log

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Now that you’re equipped with proper audio, let’s look at the visual. Whether you’re looking for a seasonal image for your holiday party, or just something to stare at while you ponder the meaning of egg nog, a yule log can help make any scene more festive. But playing with fire can be dangerous, as it poses the risk of smoke inhalation, can be tricky to extinguish, and attracts bears. For those looking for a safer alternative, we’ve created our very own yule log scene, perfect for playing on any screen that’s not currently showing a college football game. Enjoy the glow without getting burned.

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#HackTheHolidays, Day 1: Party Playlist

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Tis the season for giving. Here at GA, we’re getting into the spirit with a weeks’ worth of treats to help you efficiently navigate the holidays. For starters, let’s tune up. Nothing sets the mood like the right music, but finding it can take time you don’t have. Which is why we’ve put together a playlist of some of our holiday favorites — good for scoring your company party, adding cheer to your commute, or drowning out the sounds of your neighbors’ cats.

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GA Bytes: Taste The Art of Developing a Compelling Brand Message

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Welcome to our weekly series, GA Bytes, where we serve up a sampling of Front Row, our library of on-demand and live-streaming online classes. Today we’re tasting “Develop a Compelling Brand Message” with Digital Brand Strategist, George Scribner.

In a world where consumers are hearing messages from hundreds of brands every day, it’s important for all small businesses to have a compelling brand message that breaks through the noise. In this short clip, George gets you started with a brand message hierarchy.

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GA Bytes: Taste The Art of the Cold Call

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Welcome to our new weekly series, GA Bytes. Each week we’ll be serving up a sampling of Front Row, our library of on-demand and live-streaming online classes. Today we’re tasting “The Art of The Cold Call” with Michael Roderick.

Whether it’s for sales, a career change, or networking, cold calling and emailing can be beneficial. Move past the initial stress with these tips from Michael Roderick.

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