“Taking Control of the Aging Process”
Thursday November 2nd 2017
The Mill Auditorium MORE INFO
With making numerous presentations, radio interviews and preparing articles for the media whom I pitched at Steve Harrison’s Publicity Summit during the last week of April, of this year, I have had to juggle my time to properly prepare my TEDxWilmington talk and the presentation slide deck. The slide deck has been completed and submitted as due on October 20. I have perfected my talk but am continuing to rehearse it and prepare a final video which I will email in a few days. I have given speeches most of my adult life but I have never memorized any … the memorizing process for my TEDx talk is taking more time than I expected, despite its shortness.
Besides the media gigs, I have other commitments to handle, one I mention since it includes a reference to TEDx talks. In late September, I address a group of over 250 alumnae at Douglass College at Rutgers University. It is the annual Workplace and Professional Development symposium which I underwrite. This year when I made my remarks to the gathering I told the alumnae that I was preparing to make a TEDx talk. I had a standing ovation.
Now, back to rehearsing, “Taking Control of the Aging Process.”
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2nd Annual TEDxWilmington Women :: Bridge Builder :: Thursday Nov. 2nd 2017 :: The Mill Auditorium :: MORE INFO