How can I keep my people on track well after the event is over?

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go site Twitter is a great way to keep everything top of mind; I provide pleasant nudges, inspiration, new thinking and constant reminders. An email to your constituents with this link can get them oriented before a presentation and help them to remain connected afterward.

source You and I can build pre-event and follow-up plans that suit your specific needs.

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