Mini Key Note Speeches...For Free
The power of the internet is amazing. Â Certainly, there is a good deal of junk floating out there on the world-wide-web. Â But there are gems, free for the taking.
A few months ago, a good friend of mine introduced me to John Spence. Â John is a business consultant based in Florida who works with a number of companies to improve their operations. Â But he gives away a ton of good stuff, which I have happily consumed. Â
We have a conference room in NAFCU where we host our monthly all-staff meetings. Â It has three wide-screen TVs that are hooked to our computer system and internet. Â John puts a number of his thoughts onto You Tube videos which he provides for free, and they've been a nice addition to our all-staff meetings.
Like the title of this blog post, it's like having a short key-note speech at your staff meeting, for free.
By far, the most popular video was this one, entitled Personal Kiazen. (You Tube, 8 minutes.) Â The message is clear and strong: self-improvement and constant learning is the path to success. Â After the meeting, a number of my colleagues remarked about how John's message was very inspirational. Â I urge you to view the video, and to share it with your team. Â
Shameless plug. Â If you like what you hear, keep in mind that John will be speaking at NAFCU's CEOs and Senior Executive's Conference this April, in Key West, Florida. Â Attendees will receive a copy of John's recent book, Awesomely Simple. Â But if you can't make the conference, now you have a way of bringing John to you. Â For free.