The End Of The DJ

The music begins and a wedding couple takes to the dance floor.

Their closest family and friends watch as two people dance together for the very first time as a married couple. It is picture perfect and emotionally beautiful.

Moments later, this newly married couple are surrounded by their closest friends and family, dancing and singing away to their favourite songs. The celebration of marriage has once again begun. The energy is incredible. The party continues late into the night.

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What it Takes to Play (And Why You Should)

I recently attended, for a second time, Bill Hermann’s Entertainment Experience. Some have taken it three times, others four times. Nothing about Bill’s workshop is cheap.

Getting into the Entertainment Experience the first time, for the full three days, will set you back $2200 US dollars plus travel and accommodations.

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On Passing Judgment

Consider people for the entire scope of their being, not simply a snapshot moment of time on this little rock we call earth.

Passing judgment over people, whether a potential client, a child, a friend of a friend, an industry colleague, a fellow event professional, the hot-in-the-press-politician (no, we’re not going there!), is all too often based on tiny little snippets of that person’s time here on earth. Rather then pausing to wait if some sort of activity begins to repeat itself, we respond with a sudden reaction to a comment or action by that person.

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