FUNNY INSPIRATIONAL MUSICAL KEYNOTE SPEAKER
Greg Tamblyn is a Multi-Award-Winning
Songwriter - Singer - Humorist - Author - Emcee
For certain kinds of keynote presentations, Kansas Tourism (above) is a fun way to illustrate a few points:
- Celebrate the little things (life is mostly little things)
- Be proud of what you've got (we don't all have oceans or mountains)
- Pay attention to what you pay attention to: keep your humor antennae up for the weird, wild, wacky, and wonderful. You can probably find a way to make whatever work you're doing fun, or at least interesting
All These Atoms
This song won an EmPower Music Award for "Most Uniting Song." Recently my friend Dave Clark (no, not that Dave Clark) had this clever idea for a video. Many of these silly selfies were sent in by facebook friends.
In keynote presentations, this song reminds us how we're all connected, in ways we don't even realize. It has the happy side effect of being a cool little science lesson.
It reminds us to live life with a sense of wonder and a sense of humor.
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