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The Latest Tips On Event Planning & Trends In Keynote Speakers

Robert Zoellick: Congress, Don't Let Trump Usurp Your Power Over Trade

Posted by WWSG Staff on Sep 21, 2018 3:22:47 PM

This blog was originally published on The Wall Street Journal and has been republished with permission from the author. Click here to view the original article

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Brad Parscale: Big Tech is becoming Big Brother

Posted by WWSG Staff on Sep 10, 2018 6:06:23 PM

This blog was originally published on the Washington Examiner and has been republished here with permission from the author. Click here to read the original article

Big Tech has a big bias problem.

Social media platforms that once facilitated the free exchange of ideas and information are now actively seeking to silence and censor conservative opinions.

This new Orwellian impulse that is taking over Big Tech is particularly problematic because social media websites, which are supposed to be safe spaces for all free speech, get special legal perks.

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Topics: Technology Speakers, WWSG's Top Speakers

Standards? Only When they Provide Electoral Advantage

Posted by WWSG Staff on Aug 24, 2018 1:46:48 PM

 

This blog was originally published on theoldschoolpatriot.com and has been republished here with permission from the author. Click here to read the original article.

Greetings, everyone, from Rocky Mount, in Nash County, NC, where I have been spending time kicking off the school year here at North Carolina Wesleyan College, as their convocation speaker. This is a beautiful little campus, tucked away in tall pine trees. Being able to address young people on a college campus is a special treat. My words to the students are centered around the two most important days in a person’s life: the day one is born, and the day one learns why. I’m also sharing my top ten Bible verses for life. You can bet I won’t be invited to any progressive socialist campus, and be allowed to do the same.

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Topics: political speaker, Allen West

Newt Gingrich: 49 years ago we stepped on the moon -- Now it's time to dream big again

Posted by WWSG Staff on Aug 3, 2018 12:56:29 PM

 

This blog was originally published on FoxNews.com and has been republished here with permission from the author. Click here to read the original article.

Forty-nine years ago Friday, when astronaut Neil Armstrong became the first person to set foot on the moon, we had every reason to believe that what he called his “small step” was in fact just the beginning of what he described as “one giant leap for mankind.”

In 1969, it was reasonable to expect that our space program would continue to move at the pace of the Apollo program. It was therefore reasonable to think that by 2018 we would have four to five colonies on the moon, space-based outposts in various lunar and cislunar orbits, mining operations on several asteroids, and a preliminary habitat on Mars.

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Topics: Newt Gingrich, national security speakers

Lady Carnarvon: Downton Movie News Breaks

Posted by WWSG Staff on Jul 23, 2018 4:24:56 PM

 Announcing Downton Abbey Movie

This blog was originally published on LadyCarnarvon.com and has been republished here with permission from the author. Click here to read the original article.

Highclere

At 1:45pm on Friday 13th, I was standing on the Castle lawns in the shade of a cedar tree watching some cars leave Highclere after a press event here. Luis and his banqueting teams were in waistcoats (of course), they had been practising heading a football whilst I was throwing it in, only slightly worried about the Library windows – see my previous blog for more photos! We then began to carry plates of food back from the picnic to the office as I can’t bear to waste food and the meats and salads were utterly delicious. Bella the Labrador was helping.

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Topics: female keynote speaker, Women Keynote Speakers

8 Questions to Ask to Effectively Partner with WWSG

Posted by WWSG Staff on Jul 10, 2018 7:50:00 AM

Partner with WWSG

At the Worldwide Speakers Group, we value and appreciate all of partnerships in the global lecture industry. This especially extends to our trusted Speaker Series, who present communities and audiences across the country, with the chance to listen and learn from thought-leaders who have shaped the world.

One of our trusted partners, the Distinguished Speaker Series of Southern California, has been continuing their tradition of excellence for over 22 years, by offering Southern Californians in Beverly Hills, Pasadena, Redondo Beach and Thousand Oaks the opportunity to witness and experience six exceptional speakers each year. Co-founder and President, Sue Swan, answers a few questions below about the trusted partnership between her Series and a leading global professional services firm like Worldwide Speakers Group.

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Topics: WWSG's Top Speakers

The Characteristics of a Great Keynote Speaker

Posted by WWSG Staff on Jul 3, 2018 10:40:00 AM

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With any event, a keynote speaker is posed to add unique value. In most cases, they are the main attraction of the morning or afternoon, and therefore, finding the right one is essential to a successful event. A great keynote speaker should affect the audience and inspire them with new ideas and creativity.

Bringing on a keynoter for an event will be at cost to the client, but the benefit of a great speaker will always outweigh it.

At WWSG, our thought leaders possess the characteristics of great speakers. Being prepared, engaging, and having the ability to impact an audience, are all qualities an exceptional speaker must have in order to make a true and lasting influence.

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Topics: WWSG's Top Speakers

Why Niall Ferguson Called on Conservative Students in a Free Speech Fight

Posted by WWSG Staff on Jun 28, 2018 9:30:00 AM

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This article was originally published on BostonGlobe.com, and has been republished here with permission from the author.
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My Uncle Ian enjoyed asking his younger brother when that wastrel Niall would leave college and get a real job. The implication was that, by becoming an academic, I had essentially failed to grow up. I sometimes think Uncle Ian was right.

One of the attractions of university life to me was precisely that academic jobs were not like real jobs. At Oxford, my tutors inhabited large studies with towering bookcases. They wore not suits but well-worn tweed jackets. During the vacations, they were free to do as they pleased, so long as they occasionally published books. I resolved to join these happy eggheads.

In those distant days of the 1980s, academic historians came in different flavors. There were fierce Marxists. There were brilliant liberals. There were acerbic Tories. On the whole, I found the Tory dons more fun. We Oxford Thatcherites were a minority, but we had our mentors, and they egged us on.

Fast forward more than 30 years and I find myself at Stanford. My don’s life has been not exactly as I had imagined it then, but near enough. Books? Fifteen at the last count. Scruffy jackets? A wardrobe full.

But there is one huge difference that has crept up on me almost imperceptibly. Today, unlike in the 1980s, there are scarcely any conservatives to be found among academic historians.

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Topics: Top Speaker on Politics, colleges

Newt Gingrich: Space Entrepreneurs Will Change our Lives with Advances that Are out of This World

Posted by WWSG Staff on Jun 20, 2018 10:05:00 AM

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This article was originally published on FoxNews.com, and has been republished here with permission from the author. 
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Much of American history has been created by entrepreneurial pioneers who kept inventing things.

Eli Whitney created the mechanical cotton gin in 1793, which sparked a revolution in the ability to process cotton. His development of interchangeable parts for manufacturing revolutionized productivity in factories.

Robert Fulton launched the first commercially successful steamboat that brought passengers from New York City to Albany in 1807. Profitable, timely and efficient, it set a pattern for steamboats that revolutionized travel.

Cyrus McCormick patented the mechanical reaper in 1834 and created various innovative business practices that revolutionized agricultural productivity.

The Wright Brothers discovered how to fly in 1903.

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Topics: Newt Gingrich, Technology Speakers

Working With Celebrity Keynote Speakers

Posted by WWSG Staff on Jun 18, 2018 1:05:00 PM

Celebrity speakers are continuing to draw in audiences of the masses at events across the globe. With their international appeal and exciting presentations, more and more Clients are turning towards booking well-known speakers. With their motivational and inspirational presentations, they are a great choice for all types of events.

At Worldwide Speakers Group, we have the ability to help Clients contact and book the most well-suited speaker for their event, which includes their desired celebrity speaker. There are differences, however, when booking a celebrity speaker as compared to a professional speaker.

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Topics: WWSG's Top Speakers

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