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"KISH" A WINNER AT FILM FEST!

By Daniel Kish, Posted May 8th 2017

WAFTB is proud to announce that "KISH", a film profile of World Access for the Blind Lead Founder and President Daniel Kish, has been awarded the prize for 'Best Documentary Short' at the [i] Ashland Independent Film Festival in Ashland, Oregon.

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(the following is an excerpt from a forthcoming issue of The School Administrator.  See AASA.org)

Part 2: Face the facts and your fears.

Data reflecting poor performance, especially among subgroups, often become the catalyst to action. In Abington, Pa., the data showing gaps between...


PEOPLE’s 2014 Sexiest Teacher Alive is using his voice to make a different inside and outside of the classroom.

Nick Ferroni, a Social Studies teacher at Union High School in Union, New Jersey, stopped by to chat with PEOPLE NOW about the start of Teacher Appreciation Week,...


As a business transformation keynote speaker, I often speak to organizations on how to achieve peak performance.  Last week I was delivering a presentation to a sales division of a very successful multinational conglomerate when someone asked, “How do we really become a great sales...


We had a great time celebrating Bridges in my hometown backyard!

Yes, that’s my sister on the right

My highly unpaid assistant aka Mom, on the left

With some of my old soccer pals

My niece is only 14 and has already passed me!

The blonde beauty on the left is the inspiration for the Skylar...


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We Are Honored

By Eric Woodie, Posted May 2nd 2017

We would like to thank IASB (International Association of Speakers Bureaus) for honoring our CEO Shawn Hanks with the John Palmer Award. The award is in recognition of one who has shown exemplary service to the association and bureau industry. Thank you IASB and congratulations Shawn!

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Founder and CEO of The Giving Keys

Caitlyn Crosby

While on music tour, Caitlin Crosby started engraving keys with positive words like “Believe,” “Strength,” “Fearless,” “Hope,” etc., and made jewelry out of them to sell at her merchandise booths. There’s a...


(the following is an excerpt from a forthcoming issue of The School Administrator.  See AASA.org)

It was Monday morning and the middle school had flooded over the weekend. Told it would take two weeks to reopen, the superintendent quickly moved this crisis to the top of his...


It doesn’t really matter what you call it. The voice within. The force. Intuition. What’s important is that it exists in each and every one of us. Like a little internal transmitter, there’s a wise part of us that’s always beaming out information – important...


I’ve been part of some pretty amazing marketing projects over my career. From product launches to e-commerce projects and big ad campaigns to name a few. For some reason, a branding project always seems to get everyone’s blood pumping in a company, unlike almost any other project.

I...