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Public Speaking: Making Complicated Subjects Easy to Understand

 
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The following is a guest blog article by Lindsey Harper Mac. If you are interested in guest blogging for Sound n' Sight, please read my guest blogging guidelines. And if you have any thoughts, please comment. Bob and I both would love to hear what you have to say! 

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Bl!nk Presentations Give Colleagues a Chance to Share Stories

 
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What happens when two event professionals get to talking in an airport as they're waiting to go home from a conference? In the case of Judy Kucharuk of Footprint Management Sytstems and Elizabeth Henderson of Meeting Change, a whole new presentation format! 

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Jenise Fryatt's Top 5 Links Feb. 27- March. 5, 2011

 
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Jenise Fryatt's Top 5 Links Feb 20-26, 2011

 
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Lyksumlikrish's Top Links May 23-30, 2010

 
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Lyksumlikrish's Top Links May 16-22, 2010

 
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Book Review: The Principles of Applied Stupidity

 

Social Media offers us some WONDERFUL opportunities to connect with like-minded people that we would never have otherwise connected with.  I feel extremely fortunate to have actually had brief Twitter conversations with several of my social media heroes including Liz Strauss, Tim Sanders and Chris Brogan.Then there are those I meet first as Twitter friends, & then come to view as heroes later. Justin Locke is one of those.  

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Leadership, marketing & stupidity: An interview with Justin Locke

 
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Folks in the #eventprofs Twittersphere may be familiar with Justin Locke. Justin's event profession is that of a speaker. He tells amusing stories of his life as a professional musician, and shares a unique artistic approach to management, leadership, marketing, and creativity. He's also been known to drop in on the #eventprofs Twitter chat from time to time. As a bassist for the Boston Pops for 18 years and then later working in a managerial capacity, Justin learned a lot about leadership and uncovering personal potential. Now a speaker, author and playwright, his programs for family concerts have been done for hundreds of thousands of people all over the world. Here's a quick sample, his latest demo:

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Attendee driven conferences: An interview with Adrian Segar

 
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Lyksumlikrish's Top Links March 7 - 13, 2010

 
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