Nov. 17, 2017, Vol.15, Issue 9 Starting next week ’tis the season of food, food, and more food. And these days, that means more people with food sensitivities in the mix. A few weeks ago, I found myself creating a family dinner that included a mix of diners who were gluten-free, vegan and nut-free (allergic).… Continue Reading
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Oct. 19, 2017 Vol.15, Issue 8 Since I last wrote, I’ve been on vacation in Michigan for almost two weeks, and then on a field trip to Bismarck, ND, where long-time client Reach Partners hosted their annual Women’s Health Conference. I’ve worked with them on their women’s health conferences in Fargo and Bismarck for fifteen… Continue Reading
July 14, 2016 Vol.14, Issue 6 “Oh boy, we’re going to exercise!” No kidding: that’s what I heard a little boy — about 4 years old — say enthusiastically to his pal and to the adult who was holding both their hands. Bella and I, out for our daily dog walk, were headed toward the… Continue Reading
April 11, 2014, Vol. 12, Issue 6 I read an article earlier this year that listed the 10 most (and least) stressful jobs. Do you think Event Coordinator made the list? At either end — most or least stressful? Guess! Many of you reading this are event coordinators (or that is at least one of… Continue Reading
Sept. 5, 2013, Vol. 11, Issue 18 For lots of people, September means back to school. For me, it means back to meeting season — all of the speakers booked months or even a year ago, will be heading for their appointed destinations. In each event, both the meeting planner and the speaker have spent… Continue Reading
May 17, 2007, Vol. V Issue 10 Dear Friends, A few months ago, someone turned me on to Joan Anderson’s books, and asked me to check her out as a speaker. Her memoirs — A Year By The Sea, An Unfinished Marriage, A Walk on the Beach and A Weekend to Change Your Life –… Continue Reading
October 5, 2006, Vol. IV Issue 19 Dear Friends, Meeting season is in full swing. I just looked at my calendar and counted up 13 speakers at 12 different events this month for a total of 22 presentations. Some events have multiple speakers and some speakers have multiple days or programs. It all adds up… Continue Reading
April 27, 2006, Vol. IV Issue 9 Dear Friends, Meeting planners continue to ask for lots of fun, whether it’s fun in the way a health message is delivered or in a program that’s just plain packed with belly laughs. A good time means a good association with the organization and heaven knows we all… Continue Reading
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