Archive - December, 2009

Music is a Moral Law

Musices opusculum... Bologna: 1487

“Music is a moral law. It gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, a charm to sadness, gaiety and life to everything; It is the essence of order and lends to all that is good, just, and beautiful.”


Collection of sites in the Music 2.0 space

3 Rules for Wowing Your Holiday Office Party

I’m a fan of Frances Cole Jones of Cole Media Management.  Ms. Jones has given exceptional advice to executives and those in the public eye to “…feel more confident in their ability to present their best self –in any situation.”  She’s the author of How to Wow and The Wow Factor: The 33 Things You Must (and Must Not) Do to Guarantee Your Edge in Today’s Business World.  Here’s her video about how to handle yourself at this year’s office party:

I also like this great advice on CNN Living: 10 worst phrases to use at the office.

Facebook Fan Page – How-to Send Fans a Message

Here’s a quick clip on how-to send an update to all or some (based on demographics) of the fans on your Facebook fan page via Facebook message.

How to protect your ideas in the digital age

I thought it important to re-post this entry from Seth Godin’s blog.  Seth is a favorite author of mine and a critical thinker for our time.  We’re struggling with the idea of intellectual property vs. transparency and open technology.  It’s necessary to have debate around the subject, however Seth offers some basic ideas around Trademark, Copyright and Patent law.

How to protect your ideas in the digital age

If we’re in the idea business, how to protect those ideas? Continue Reading…

Sacramento Speaker Program

I’m glad to call Jim Pelley a friend. Over the years he’s helped make our classes and workshops better. After 25 years of successfully speaking to INC 1000 businesses, Jim is offering a program to educate the rest of us. I liked what Jennifer Bourn had to say:

“…It is very rare that a successful, well paid, professional speaker shares their business strategies and secrets. Combining techniques on how to craft your presentation, get bookings, and connect with your audience, along with the ins and outs of the ‘mysterious’ speaking business makes this a must attend event for anyone who wants to grow their business with speaking or become a professional speaker.  I know I’ll be there!”

laughterworks seminars jim pelley professional speaking program

Take a look at what Jim is offering and register early.