If Something is Worth Doing, It’s Worth Doing Wrong
What? Wait a minute! Is that a typo? Am I encouraging you to do good things badly?
No, it’s not a typo. And I am definitely not calling for making mistakes on purpose.
Let me explain. I’ve just returned from the annual Winter Conference of the National Speakers Association, of which I am a proud member.
I spent the last three days with about 300 other professional speakers in Austin, Texas. The entire conference was devoted to learning, growth, innovation, reinvention, and change (and we managed to Keep Austin Weird – that wasn’t hard for us to accomplish). Special kudos to conference c0-chairs Gary Rifkin, CSP, Cavett Award, and Christie Ward, CSP. It was an incredible program. Read more