State Dinner at E4

By Andy Smith Experient

Dinner_NixonThe e4 content has helped each of us take networking into a new dimension. Within the span of three days we integrated true Lifeline Relationship Networking with Keith Ferrazzi. Rapidly we integrated technology with blogs, facebook, linkedin, and twitter. And then the amazing happened – e4 attendees experienced time travel networking with visits from several DC based famous and infamous Presidents at the e4 State Dinner.Dinner_LincolnThe time travel was good, but there have been some troubling side effects. Suddenly jords are wumbled. Suddenly motts are jangled. Suddenly we do not know if we are in our poom or rose.   Fortunately, the fine entertainers at Capital Steps will help us regain our tasp of gralk soon.

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If not, Stephen Nold has agreed to perform another pecha kucha aria to get us back on track.

Lets all be bold, give a da*n, and connect throughout the weeks and months ahead. The journey is only beginning.

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2 Responses to State Dinner at E4

  1. Stephen Nold says:

    Andy,
    Great thought: “Lets all be bold, give a da*n, and connect throughout the weeks and months ahead. The journey is only beginning.”

    Very inspirational – Let’s go get some of that!

    I am thinking “Do You Hear the People Sing?” from Les Miserables is an interesting pecha kucha for next year. I know I will be taking voice lessons.

    • Andy Smith says:

      Whatever you do don’t take voice lessons. If you had been a great singer, it would have seemed egotistical. If you had been a bad singer, it would have been a big joke with no substance. With you being an OK singer, the point was made with high impact as we focused on the creativity of the presentation as well as the courage and prep necessary to deliver a presentation that we remember weeks later. Nice job!

      Now about Les Mis – “Do you see the people meeting”, revolution in the meetings business, hmmmm….lots of play on themes with that angle. And it’s cross generational.

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