A long, long time ago, I produced a sales incentive trip for a computer software company where I worked at the time. I was the only event planner on staff and incentives for the sales team were a new thing. Needless to say, the pressure
There’s a big difference between being behind life’s wheel and being forced to “ride shotgun”. Members of the dynami team and many of our clients, whether they prefer to or not, have had the opportunity to ease away from the usual chaotic pace of today’s
Well, it’s April 15th in this wild ride called 2020. Ordinarily, it would be dreaded Tax Day but, as we all know, this is no ordinary year. To me, April 15th means we’re exactly three-and-a-half months into our New Year’s Resolutions. How are yours doing?
In times like these, with Coronavirus dominating the news and last week’s deadly tornadoes in Nashville [America’s sixth-largest meetings market, according to a recent American Express Global Travel Survey], the spotlight shines on an often lightly regarded but critically important clause in corporate meetings and
A fine chef strives to keep his or her menu fresh and exciting. And a conscientious Corporate Meeting & Event Planner scratches that same itch. _____________ How many times have you overheard comments like these? “I wish next year’s sales meeting would land someplace really
It’s that time of year again! The 2020 Consumer Electronics Show [CES] kicks off tomorrow and runs through Friday in Las Vegas giving us all a glimpse into tomorrow and beyond. Always a blend of the weird, wild and wacky along with products and services
There’s a touching story entitled The Little White Envelope that first appeared in a national magazine 37 years ago about a family in the upper Midwest. It proves we can always stay connected to the true meaning of the holidays in spite of all the
We’re two weeks shy of Thanksgiving and the onslaught of the holiday season. Have you made your New Year’s resolutions yet? You should and here’s why … Recently, ABC’s Good Morning America ran an extended segment entitled Five to Thrive with popular blogger, author, and motivational speaker Rachel Hollis.
Corporate meeting and event professionals work long hours, late nights and weekends. We’re always in quest of the perfect destination, the ideal program, looking for the “the next great idea”. Or as one former colleague used to say, “We’re all just a bunch of adrenaline