By Scott MacIntyre, Posted January 2nd 2011
Premiere Speakers is excited to introduce you to our newest exclusive speaker: Scott MacIntyre
Scott stepped onto the national stage in 2009 as a finalist during the eight season of American Idol. He has the distinction of being the first blind finalist in the show's history. (Although not fully...
The following was written by motivational speaker, author and leadership expert
Commercialism, calories and confusion can ruin the joy of the holidays.
But you have a choice! You can get caught in the hustle bustle to the point where you no longer enjoy the season, or you can make this year special...
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- Proximity to airport
- Permits access by people with disabilities
- Adequate taxi/limousine service
- Sufficient parking space
- Availability and cost of shuttle service
- Adequate airport assistance
- Adequate number of flights into destination
Two years ago, Premiere Speakers made a short film called "The Four Minute Booking". Last year we released the follow up video.
Today we're excited to show you the final part of this little trilogy. They've been fun to make, and we hope that they've showed you a bit of the personality and...
By Ken Dychtwald PhD, Posted November 5th 2010
The following was originally written by Ken Dychtwald for The Huffington Post:
This month is Long Term Care Awareness Month. Taking a moment to think about your - and your family's - possible future long term care needs is critical...
By Steve Perry, Posted November 5th 2010
Education leader and motivational teaching speaker Steve Perry was recently on Larry King Live to discuss the state of education. He was joined by musician John Legend and Michelle Rhee, the former chancellor of Washington DC's public school district.
Watch below in three parts:
The following post by Andrew Winston first appeared on TriplePundit.com. Andrew is an environmental policy expert who helps companies find sensible, profitable ways to go green.
In the heated discussions about climate change and the clean tech economy, it's hard to avoid arguing...
By Ronnie Butler, Posted October 21st 2010
Need a good laugh? Watch Barack Obama impersonator Ronnie Butler's new music video, a political parody a classic Gillbert and Sullivan song.
In addition to portraying President Obama online and on TV, Ronnie is a hit with live audience--speaking in-character at corporate events and parties.
To spread the word about his new book, Pink Bat, creative consultant Michael McMillan made an incredible video to explain the idea behind the book.
We could never describe it as well as Michael does in the video, so watch it for yourself below.
Michael McMillan is a world-leading creative thinker...