THE ART AND BUSINESS OF SPEAKING

They Keynote We Can’t Let Go

Do you remember where you were when you first heard the phrases “let it go” or “pick a lane”? Perhaps you were in the hallway of an NSA Convention and someone retold the tale of a speech that would be talked about for 14 years after it was delivered. Or perhaps you were talking to another speaker who had just heard a presentation and said, “It was good. It wasn’t ‘Joe Calloway good,’ but it was good.” Or if you were lucky, you were in the audience on July 18, 2004, and you witnessed it for yourself. 

During that Sunday morning keynote address at the 2004 NSA Convention, Joe Calloway, CSP, CPAE, challenged an audience full of hungry speakers to let go of the things that were no longer working, to pick a lane where their focus could be more acute, and to approach their programs differently. 

If you haven’t seen Calloway’s speech or you just want to see it again, now’s the time.

 

National Speakers Association

National Speakers Association

The National Speakers Association (NSA) is the premier organization for professional speakers. Since 1973, NSA has provided the most comprehensive resources and education designed to advance the skills, integrity and value of its members and the speaking profession.
National Speakers Association
National Speakers Association
National Speakers Association

Latest posts by National Speakers Association (see all)

Comments

comments