by Randall CraigFiled in: Blog, Make It Happen Tipsheet, Networking, Professional DevelopmentTagged as: Conference, Ideas
Recently, I came back from the annual convention of an association that I am highly involved in. There were plenty of keynotes, workshops, and networking that were simply excellent. But the value of attending only accrues after you come home.
The next time you attend a conference or trade show, break the conventional wisdom by thinking about your goals beforehand, and doing something about it afterward.
Look back at the notes from the last convention or conference that you attended. Highlight the great ideas you wrote down that are only now applicable – and then do something about them.
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