Join me tomorrow morning for a preview!


You all just HAVE to listen in to this!  Tomorrow morning 8am PST/11am EST is a very special preview of the 5th Annual Say What You Mean Convention coming on February 3rd, 2010!  If you are not familiar with the convention, you can check out last year's here!

The convention is an annual online event celebrating and teaching the fine Art of Eloquence in the style of the Great Communicator, Ronald Reagan!  Art of Eloquence finds, as Reagan did, that communicating in a godly way using humor goes a long way!  We celebrate communication around The Great Communicator's birthday each year with an all day series of live and recorded events, contests, prizes, prayer chat, workshops and seminars. This year our Keynote Speakers are Christian Comedian, Michael Jr and Cindy Rushton of Talk A Latte! The preview show will introduce you to the convention, share with you what you can expect to find at the convention this year and give you a brief education about the Three Flavors of Communication: Writing, Speech and Conversation, this year's convention theme!   You will also meet myself and my two moderators: Kim Kautzer of WriteShop and Joan Rudder Ward of Girl Nurture who will be sharing their expertise along with me at the convention in February. As a very special part of the preview show, we will be joined by Cindy Rushton and perhaps even Michael Jr too, if time permits him to call in! Here's how you can tune in to the show: You can either call in: Phone Number: (724) 444-7444
Call ID: 19736
Or you can log on using your computer: http://www.talkshoe.com/tc/19736 You can also sign up for your own TalkShoe account (It's free and takes only a few minutes) so that you can not only listen in, but join the chatroom as well! Don't miss out on this live show!  It's my FINAL PODCAST and you will want to be there to join the fun and even ask questions of my guests either about the Say What You Mean Convention or their expertise in their fields.  Join us and be blessed!!!

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