i talk too much

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I’m sure my teachers, parents, co-workers, friends and family have said as much to me in the past.

And so it continues.  Me talking that is.  In my role as Chief Wave Maker for thirdocean, it is my duty to…umm, “make waves” for the company.  Although many of our services involve the online world, there is still something very powerful about in your face interactions.

I always recommend to clients to include some sort of local meetup in the various cities they operate.

When it comes to the sales strategy of thirdocean, we feel it is also important for us to do the same.  It is why we have our local XConnect events as well as Social Media Show podcast.  And why I’m going on the road over the next few months talking up a storm.

Here’s my next 3 booked speaking gigs.  I hope you can attend all or one of them.  I could use the ego boost…

  • Enterprise Toronto Seminars.  Social Media and Your Business. March 8 2011.  North York Civic Centre, 5100 Yonge Street, Committee Room #3.  10am.

If you would like to book me or my business partner, Carolyn Van, to speak at your business or association, please send us an email to MakingWaves [at] thirdocean [dot] com.

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2 thoughts on “i talk too much

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    David Pylyp said:
    January 16, 2011 at 6:54 pm

    Sometimes we do talk to much; giving what we know away for free.

    When It is free it does not have the same value.

    Good Luck with the speaking engagements.

    David Pylyp

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