What is perfection? Is it even possible? The pursuit of perfection is a great way to never get anything done. TradeshowGuy Tim Patterson breaks it down on this week’s TradeshowGuy Monday Morning Coffee:
Alice Heiman and Dianna Geairn of Tradeshow Makeover recently invited me to join them on their podcast to talk about, what a surprise, tradeshow marketing! Great fun, engaging conversation. Take a look and check out Tradeshow Makeover, too!
3D Exhibit Designer and Graphic Designer Jack Hale sits down to discuss the ins and outs of tradeshow exhibit design and graphic design on this week’s edition of TradeshowGuy Monday Morning Coffee. Take a look:
Check out Jack’s work and website at JB Hale Design.
This week’s ONE GOOD THING: Last year’s Sting and Shaggy release, 44/876.
This is one episode of TradeshowGuy Monday Morning Coffee where you’ll definitely learn something! Howard Berg, known as the world’s fastest reader, teaches us a few things about reading and learning. Fun and worth your time – take a look/listen:
Check out BergLearning.com and save ten percent with the code TRADESHOW10.
This week’s ONE GOOD THING: summer fairs, art fairs, music under the stars…
On this week’s TradeshowGuy Monday Morning Coffee, a lively interview with Ken Newman of Magnet Productions, a professional tradeshow presentation company based in San Francisco. I’ve had Ken on the show before, although it’s been awhile, and I wanted to catch up and talk about three things: what’s up with Magnet Productions; his involvement in music and how that music involvement led to his involvement with Blanket the Homeless, a SF non-profit.
Find Ken’s Magnet Productions.
Blanket the Homeless in San Francisco.
And this week’s ONE GOOD THING: summer bicycling!
Do you have ten years of experience? Or do you have one year of experience ten times? Or does it even matter, because you’re learning and growing regardless?
This week on TradeshowGuy Monday Morning Coffee I take a look at experience from a number of angles.
Here’s the review of the Rolling Stones July 3rd concert I reference in the podcast (it’s a great one!).
And this week’s ONE GOOD THING: outdoor hiking in the summer.
Mentorship is often informal, yet can still have a big impact. When its formalized, it can become even more impactful. IF…it’s done right.
This episode of TradeshowGuy Monday Morning Coffee looks at mentorship.
Link to the mentorship article on Forbes.com mentioned in the video and podcast.
This week’s ONE GOOD THING: Showtime’s Billions.
A professional tradeshow presenter can bring crowds of people to your tradeshow booth over and over again during the course of a tradeshow. Many use a combination of entertainment and product information to entice people. This week’s TradeshowGuy Monday Morning Coffee takes a look at tradeshow presentations from the vantage point of Danny Orleans, Chief Magic Officer at Corporate Magic LTD. Take a look:
This week’s ONE GOOD THING: Paul McCartney’s most recent solo album, Egypt Station.
Here’s a novel idea: using the 3D Virtual Tour technology that is often used on real estate to allow potential buyers to virtually steer their way through the home, and use that tech to allow people to visit your tradeshow booth long after the show has ended.
That’s the topic of today’s interview on the TradeshowGuy Monday Morning Coffee. Phil Gorski of Ova-Nee Productions spent a little time sharing how he started the company and how the technology works on a tradeshow booth.
You might like to see this story about Phil.
Check out some of the 3D exhibit tours done by Ova Nee Productions:
- 1000 sq ft booth – this one has 3 embedded video clips
- 2500 sq ft booth – there’s an airstream in their booth
- 8800 sq ft booth – this is a big one
Find out more here.
During a recent Tip Club networking group gathering, the topic turned to “hesitation” and how we often hesitate instead of moving forward. It got me to thinking about how we approach moments in life where we choose to hesitate. Why?
Also, a tradeshow tip of the week and this week’s ONE GOOD THING:
This week’s ONE GOOD THING: The Prime Video TV series Bosch, now in its fifth season.