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Don't Let Your Toast Be Toast: 6 Steps to the Perfect "Cheers!"

You'll want to keep your words to two minutes or less, to ensure people's attention is kept at a maximum.

Here are a few tips for giving a toast that people will remember on January 1 (and for all the right reasons).
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Go Beyond Logistics: How to Fully Engage Your Audience

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Make sure each attendee leaves your event saying, “That’s what I’ve been needing”.
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Five Steps to Planning a Back-to-School BBQ

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Follow these tips for a guaranteed ‘A’ in first-class party planning and execution.
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How Vulnerable Is Your Event? Ways to Plan for a Crisis.

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At events I’ve managed, I’ve seen sprained ankles, exhibitor acid spills, union strikes, panic attacks, ice storms, food poisoning, a heart attack, hurricane warnings, and heavily intoxicated attendees. In all incidents, I thanked my lucky stars that I had an Emergency Action Plan (EAP) in place.
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