The Importance of Attending Your Professional Conference!
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I believe that connecting with your colleagues, keeping up with the latest industry changes and getting a chance to refocus by going to your industry conference is a key to success! You can’t get this stuff through a Skype chat or Facebook.
My latest humor article, which I publish 3 times a year, focuses on this topic, and so I encourage you to take a 2 minute break and check it out on the link below. . . then go register for your association’s conference today!
Click Here for the quick article – Caught in a Wood Chipper and feel free to post this link to this page on your website!
You’re also welcome to reprint it in your newsletter or magazine. . . just send me an email to let me know: Jan@TheWorkLady.com
Other articles are on the right, and you can subscribe to my newsletter at the top right.
And click here for Jan’s humor on kids – 90 seconds video – safe for work!
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Eating Wild - Laughing At Dinner on the Serengeti
Caught-in-a-Wood-Chipper-Keynote Speaking at its Best
Perfecting Nothing - Sticking to Comedy and Humor Keynotes is not Enough
Cats Versus Dogs - a comedian's take
The SANDY Rules - Keynoting at Commencement
Watching the Nutcraker Ballet 22 Times
My Dog Corpuscle - A Funny Name Foreshadowing My Future as a Keynote Speaker
Friending Your Friends - Or the Funny Thing About Friends
You Want Me to Perform Where? Comedy in Strange Situations an excerpt from my book convention Comedian Stories and Wisdom From Two Decades of Chicken Dinner
Too Sane for Fame - A Comedian's Dilemma
Looping Through Life - A Comedian's Observations
Stripper Clothing - Laughing at Labels
How I launched my comedy career because of $39 bucks - Listening to Your Inner Voice
Helpful Useless Information - Stuff I learned in My Comedy Career
The Inconvenience of Convenience - It's Kinda Funny
Comedy Wisdom - Comedy Advice I’ve Learned The Hard Way
Communicating in a Perfect World - A Comedian’s Take On Communications