Fascinated by the Enlightenment, Dan Edelstein is professor of French and (by courtesy) of History at Stanford University. He is the Director of the Stanford Summer Humanities Institute and enjoys teaching students on French literature, political and intellectual history. 522 more words
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During our Pricing Conference in Las Vegas, we had the privilege of hosting several amazing speakers, all experts in the pricing industry. One particular Keynote Speaker, Diana LaFave Zuzek, wowed our team and genuinely motivated our attendees with invaluable pricing information and encouragement! 257 more words
Engripped by Chesley Burnett “Sully” Sullenberger describing his second by second imact with a flock of Canada Geese.
I could almost hear the ungodly screatch of his halting engines and smell the cooked geese when all of a sudden the production crew interrupts with some banal discussion about an inter-office email about hard drive RPM. 7 more words
When it comes to business and progress, then the very important thing that is required is a representative to represent yourself or your company. However, there are times when you yourself will have to represent and thus you need to be a very good speaker or at least you should be able to speak effectively in front of a large audience. 303 more words