In this highly charged political season, people often think anyone who changes their minds are flip-floppers, wafflers or generally untrustworthy. I will concede that if they are changing their minds because the audience they are talking to will agree with them, or if they change their minds for purely political reasons…why yes Virginia, they …
Being a professional speaker, I constantly cross paths with motivational types that expound on the ability that “You can do anything!” Is that true? I don’t mean the human race as a whole. Given enough resources and time, I think humans as a species can indeed accomplish many things that were once …
October 16, 2012
Robert Siciliano (@RobertSiciliano) – cyber security expert and now half-marathoner – joins Craig Price to talk about computer security. The internet is a strange and dangerous place, so Robert and Craig discuss ways to protect your identity online, personal responsibility (something Craig HATES!) and securing your cell phone from wannabe thieves. You may just quit the internet altogether after listening to this and join the Sentinelese (Google them).
Robert can be found at his self-named website http://www.RobertSiciliano.com
You’re a meeting planner. You and maybe your planning committee have been gathering top-notch experts and speakers from across your industry. You have multiple concurrent sessions packed with great content. There isn’t a weak spot on the schedule. But thanks to all your hard work and dedication you have a problem. For every …
October 9, 2012
Steve LaNore (@SteveLanore on twitter) dispels some meteorological myths with Craig. Despite Craig’s disdain for some of the tactics used by TV weathermen, Steve (a working North Texas TV Meteorologist!) talks the truth about Heat Index and Wind Chill, do green skies mean tornadoes and why the forecast can change so rapidly. Steve also talks about his new e-book “Weather Wits and Science Snickers” available on Amazon.com.
You can also find Steve’s book on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/weatherwits
October 2, 2012
Mike Dilbeck ( @ResponseAbility on twitter ) joins Craig to discuss Mike’s Response Ability Project. Bystander behavior is very common but Mike and Craig discuss how to breakout of standing by and doing something. Together, they cover issues like racism, cutting, are police and fireman heroes and that’s just the start.
You can find out about Mike and the Response Ability Project at http://www.RAProject.org