- August 24th, 2011
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So often, I am one of a few professional presenters when I am brought in to a conference or convention. (Professional = someone who gets paid) Recently, I had the opportunity to be part of a slate of presenters at an association’s convention. Not only did this association provide quality information to train and develop their attendees, it gave us as speakers the ability to learn and observe our peers.
It is rare that we have the opportunity listen to other speakers. When you are the training/consulting company, the road can be lonely at times. You fly in fly out within 24 hours. The destination may have been luxurious, but all you see is the inside of your hotel room the first night, the podium and sound booth in the morning and you present later that day. Most likely you are catching a flight out that night to your next destination.
Take advantage of learning something new by listening to the audio recordings from this conference on the Soar with Eagles site.