If your graphs don’t visually illustrate the percentages associated with them I literally stop listening to the point being made. It’s often not the speakers fault, and I don’t consciously stop listening up in my high horse, I just get so caught up in the inaccuracy that I can’t focus on what’s being said.
Yes. End of. I came across a tweet this morning from Jen Simmons along the lines of this post title. As a professional speaker, I continue to be amazed at how many conferences ask their speakers to cover the event’s airfare and accommodation costs out of their own pockets. Be humble. It’s a privilege to… Continue reading Should conference speakers get paid?
Today I’m off on an adventure after very fortunately being invited to speak at the Adobe max conference in LA. I’m going to be talking about 5 things to take your RWD to the next level, and as always I’m concerned that the talk won’t be good enough of miss the mark with the attendees.… Continue reading Off to Adobe Max