1Professional Speaker Craig Price’s funny, practical, realistic approach to everyday situations and experiences gives audiences refreshing proof that their options are not limited. By mixing humor and research, Craig delivers effective content with a humorous context.
2What if there was a way to increase your event’s Return on Attendance? A way they can get important action items from all the presentations they couldn’t attend? What if it was entertaining to boot!?
Professional Speaker Craig Price delivers entertaining and informative event-recaps that gives everyone at your event the ability to bring home vital information….even from sessions they couldn’t attend!
3 Every week Professional Speaker Craig Price sits down and discovers the “reality” of someone’s profession, life, philosophy or any number of topics with his podcast Reality Check. Craig also offers his unique perspective to ConferenceCast podcast interviews which brings your message, your meeting and your value directly to audiences.
4 Why wait? Contact Professional Speaker Craig and book him for your event today.
March 7, 2013 · No Comments
I have always appreciated fear. Fear does many things: It motivates, it keeps things in check, it stops you from doing stupid things, and it can show that you care. Yet, most people see fear (especially when seen in others) as weakness. This is not accurate; fear is a natural response for many sane and reasonable people. Lack of fear is usually the first sign that someone is ‘off’.
February 14, 2013 · No Comments
I wanted to share an podcast interview (audio link) I did with Michele Payn-Knoper as her new book "No More Food Fights" debuts today!
January 8, 2013 · No Comments
People want to know what they’re going to get and what they got from your event. They want information in hand, on the cloud, and the second they want it. Yet conferences are still keeping information from their attendees. Look at how conferences are promoted. Most events will offer up agendas, speaker bios and short program descriptions to lure attendees; but is that enough?
November 27, 2012 · No Comments
Feedback is an interesting thing. It can be a soothing salve for the soul or a vicious kick to the tenderloins. Worse, we often push others to give us feedback and then are emotionally unprepared for their responses. We want to hear that what we’re doing/thinking/eating is the right choice. We want positive feedback and are often shaken by the truth.