• The Anatomy of a Remarkable, Convention-Maker Keynote

  • By: Joe Calloway
  • Narrated by: Joe Calloway
  • Length: 59 mins
  • Speech
  • Release date: 10-03-05
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: SpeakerNet News
  • 2 out of 5 stars 2.0 (3 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

If you were at the 2004 National Speakers Association convention, you heard one of the most remarkable, innovative, impactful, memorable keynote speeches we've had in many, many years. Joe's "Success Means Letting Go of What USED to Work!" will go down in the annals of NSA history as a presentation people talk about for years. In fact, a number of the keynoters and breakout presenters incorporated his key ideas into their presentations. And his key call-back phrases were heard throughout the halls for the remainder of the convention. We, and we think you, want to know how he developed this breakthrough presentation. Joe has agreed to be interviewed on his process so we can all learn how to develop and deliver presentations that live on and on beyond our brief time on the stage.
PLEASE NOTE: This is a live recording of an interview-format teleseminar focused on information that would be valuable for speakers, trainers, consultants, coaches, and other information entrepreneurs. It was recorded via telephone.
(P)2005 SpeakerNet News
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