By Ken Wachsberger, Azenphony Press, NSA Michigan Director of Marketing

One year ago, as your Vice President of Programming, I had the honor of booking NSA President Dan Thurmon to speak to us this year as part of our 2018-2019 lineup.

Last month, as a first-time attendee at the NSA Winter Conference, I had the honor of meeting Dan. In the general sessions, I watched him take command of the stage as he spoke to attendees and bantered with the two event co-organizers, Patrick Allmond and Frances Rios.

This coming Saturday, March 9, you have the opportunity to meet him as well when he is the guest speaker at our bi-monthly member reunion.

His topic: “Doing What It Takes: How to Differentiate and Deliver in Today’s Marketplace

The seminar starts at 8:30 at Go Where Meetings Matter,  4735 Washtenaw Avenue in Ann Arbor.

I hope you’ll join us.

Dan is a Hall of Fame speaker who has been performing since the age of eleven, when he crafted his first one-man show of comedy, juggling, and acrobatics.

He will tell stories and share lessons from twenty-five years in the business. He’ll teach us ways to craft and deliver presentations. He’ll give us tools to outlast our competition.

Here’s what he promises you will learn, and I believe him:

  • Platform performance techniques that will set you apart from your competition and elevate your mastery of the platform.
  • A sure-fire system for designing dynamic presentations.
  • How to increase your revenue by increasing your relevance.

Is that reason enough to join us?

There’s More

It gets better.

  •  You also get to network with your  speaking colleagues and friends who you only see once every other month. This is the day.
  • And don’t forget to say hello to our new members who you’ve been reading about in Vice President of Membership Kurt Kazanowski’s monthly blog column, “Meet Our New Member.”
  • If you haven’t yet seen our new state-of-the-art meeting venue, that’s another reason to come.

See you Saturday. Bring a friend!

About the Author

Ken Wachsberger is a long-time writer, editor, book coach, and project manager with a track record of helping others to transform their lives through writing.

As a scholar and speaker, Ken has lectured widely on the Vietnam era underground press, Jewish resistance during World War II, book writing in the electronic age, book publishing contracts from the authors’ perspective, copyright, the I-Search paper, writing for healing and self-discovery, and how to keep sane as a support person for a partner who has breast cancer.