Feb. 16-March 18 see the legendary production of “Hair” featuring the famous song “Age of Aquarius” among others. Show times are Wed.-Sat. 8 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Trinity Arts Center, 2600 Stemmons Freeway, Suite 180. For tickets, call 214-219-2718.
Mullenweg also discussed an improved feedback loop – trying to incorporate user feedback and testing earlier in the process of making updates. A core goal with this is the desire to incorporate more “normal” people in the process of development.
Leaders know they are judged not by what they say but by what they do – simply stated, leaders value actions over words. They know that they must lead by example. They know (I hope they do) that people – their team, peers, bosses and even competitors and adversaries are always watching them.
You don’t have to be a paid corporate keynote speaker to improve upon your body language! Do you make eye contact with the listener? Do you use your eyes, eyebrows and mouth to express your meaning? Or does your face suggest boredom and disinterest? Do your hands and arms add meaning to your message or do they nervously move about?
I don’t know what I corporate keynote speaker want to do You may not know exactly what you want to do but there is something in the back of your mind that is important. Especially if you know you’re not happy in what you are doing now, you know there is more you want out of life.
Registering a hash tag for your event and making it known to your attendees is a great way to get everyone involved. Most corporate event attendees are on social media, and by having live tweeting from your event you can build buzz about your event. It will help pull the entire attendee group together and exposure your event to a wider audience on social media.
As many motivational speakers would say, it is not enough to just have a vision, but also to have a plan of action. Without it, you can get lost along the way.