About the Talk
July 22, 2010 5:00 AM
Washington, D.C.Washington, D.C.
You don't need more data. What you might need, though, is a different way of seeing, an immersion in an alternative approach to: --creating work that matters --spreading ideas --interacting with people online --approaching the digital world with generosity --realizing that small things have more leverage than ever before
...and being surrounded by others on the same path who will inspire you to do even bigger things. Some of the details: Each event has two parts, the morning and the afternoon.
The morning session starts at 9 sharp. I'll present without notes or slides for about an hour, then start interacting with you and the rest of the audience.
At 11:45, we'll break. Half-day attendees will head back to their offices, while the fortunate full-day ticket holders get to return for more intimate and intense Q&A from 12:15 until 4 pm.
Yes, that's a lot of questions. The reason? Live interactions snap us out of our trance. When you start hearing that others are wrestling with the same issues you are, the patterns start to fall into place. The day is very fast moving and I can promise you won't be bored.