One of the ways I make my living is by daring people to do things that reliably lead to the creation of expertise and intellectual property.
Packing your thinking into a short talk is one of these reliable methods.
The stage where you give the talk can be a small digital stage with friends in the audience. Institutions like TEDx are nice, but optional.
The context for the talk can be “here’s something for you to consume passively”, or it can be “let’s think about this together”.
Indie Experts Talks happen when someone accepts my dare. Now I’m inviting you to attend to think about something together with our presenter Guillaume Wiatr.
Topic of Guillaume’s Talk: Strategic narrative, business storytelling, and a framework that helps you organize a compelling narrative for your business.
There are two ways you can participate:
- You can be a part of the “studio audience”, where you’re with us on the livestream and your role is to listen to Guillaume’s talk and afterwards you ask questions or offer feedback. If you’d like to participate this way, you’ll need to show up 30m early for tech check. Just reply to this email if you’re interested.
- You can watch the livestream here: https://indieexperts.io/live/ and, if you want, offer feedback/questions using the livestream chat.
If you’d like to add a reminder to your calendar, use the Google Calendar/iCal buttons here: https://indieexperts.io/event/ie-talks-guillaume-wiatr-practices-his-pitching-his-consulting-diagnostic/
I hope you can be a part of this talk.
PS: I tried to have this event a few weeks ago, but my neighbor down the road, Russell, used a Bobcat posthole auger to drill a fence hole through the fiber optic line that supplies our Internet access, and so I had to cancel the event last minute. Russel tried to do the job right by having the utilities mark their underground lines before he drilled, and they did, but the fiber line wandered outside the marked area and intersected with his fence project. (Good thing it wasn’t the underground electric line!!) I now have a backup wireless connection, so I’m a bit more resilient in the face of future outages.