It’s Not Who You Know, It’s Who You Follow

January 8th, 2012 | Seminars & Publications

My Keynote at the NJ Society of CPAs Convention in June of 2011 was “challenged” by the preceding presentation by a retired U.S. Navy Blue Angels Fighter Pilot. Not so my October Keynote on Healthcare Reform at the Virginia Society of CPAs Professional Development Conference, where I was one of the two most highly rated speakers. Here are some of the comments:

“The speakers this year were very good. The Economic Outlook was excellent, as well as the Health Care topic as keynotes.”
“Two of the opening full sessions, Healthcare and Changing Economy were excellent.”
“The topics offered were relevant and interesting. My favorite sessions were:Health Care Reform, Making Volunteerism Pay, Negotiating for Successful Business Results, The Changing Economy and What are you Saying (Personal Brand).”
“Mark Dietrich, Thomas Raffa, Douglas McCabe, Ted Abernathy and Polly White were excellent and presented compelling arguements and discussion topics.”
“Mark Dietrich and Ted Abernthy were excellent. Their presentations were the best I have heard this year.”

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