Stop stressing over planning your business events and start focusing on your presentations

Meetings, conferences and trainings take a lot of work and coordination to put together and execute properly and successfully. That’s why businesses, nonprofits, organizations and corporations hire several people to coordinate and execute their events.

This normally is very expensive and time consuming, time that you could be spending on your speech, pitch or presentation, and money that you could save for your future.
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Being an educational Creator at One Spark 2015 has more advantages than you think

Pursuing a life as an entrepreneur is not always an easy task. You may have a great idea, but no funding to make your idea reality. What if you had the opportunity to explain your idea to thousands of people and compete for an award that could change the course of your success?

Now you do!


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Twitter for Educators

(This week’s guest blogger is Paty Savage,, the Instructional Technology Director for the Schultz Center.)

twitterlogoThis week’s post is all about Twitter. If you’re an educator, you should be using Twitter. I use it every day as a way of getting my daily dose of professional development. What does that mean, you ask? Well, I log in to Twitter everyday and read the posts by the people that I’m following. The people that I am following are all “superstars” in the educational arena. They are not tweeting pictures of their lattes or pets! Instead, they are tweeting links to interesting articles, blog posts about effective instructional strategies, or sharing news that impacts the educational community. Each day that I log in to my Twitter account, I expect that I will learn something new that I can share with my followers.

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