I had a chance to connect with
the creator of Mike Hrostoski taking place on April 25 – 27 in sunny San Diego, CA. “The Conference For Men,”
What sparked the idea for The Conference for men?
Who should attend the conference?
What does the agenda look like?
What do you want folks to get out of the conference?
How can someone become a speaker for your conference in the future?
I learned a lot and I’m sure you will too about why this conference is so needed (listen up men and the women who love them).
Mike is a very genuine dude and you can feel his passion for the subject and more importantly for the men he serves.
Once again the conference is called: The Conference For men
It takes place in: San Diego, CA
The Date: April 25 – 27
Conference For Men
If you want to contact Mike directly you can do so at: Hrostoski@Gmail.com
As always, my goal is to help you Run The Point (take action) from where you are, with what you have.
Mike Ambassador Bruny
In January I had the opportunity to go to
as a brand Ambassador for Intel. I spent a good portion of my time behind a counter interacting with folks who were passing by. My speciality for the event was tablets. CES
Even though I knew I would spend part of my day answering questions I still took all the necessary steps to make the most of the networking opportunity at this conference (It’s really a show and not a conference in the traditional sense of the word). Here are a couple of conference networking tips and how they can be helpful to you:
Last week I had the pleasure of jumping on a phone call with
from Kelly Azevedo “ ” She’s Got Systems to talk about conference networking follow up.
Many people I run into have a tough time with follow up and staying in touch after a conference or networking event. So I reached out to Kelly to answer the following question,
How can we use systems thinking to do a better job staying connected to those we meet at a conference?
Kelly shares gems on things you can do to make the most from the connections you make a conference.
What’s your favorite way of making sure you stay connected to the folks you meet at a conference?
Remember, long after the conference has concluded its’ the connections that continue.
Mike Ambassador Bruny