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April 03, 2009

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Kare Anderson

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Re this post, I'll bet you've heard variations of your experience Kathy from many full-timespeakers - rare perhaps considering the number of speaking engagements and the usually high-performance of most meeting planners - YET it happens.

Sometimes speakers from the prior session linger by the stage, talking with even a few people. They may have had a different set up - say using a podium, stage center when you don't use one. It is so awkward when you, the speaker, must as for the opportunity to set up because a member of the meeting staff is not there to do it.

You sure handled the situation like a pro

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