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Speed Networking Event In Dallas For Business Professionals – Dallas Networking

Speed Networking Event In Dallas For Business Professionals – Dallas Networking
Event on 2018-09-05 19:00:00
Business Relationships – One Table at a Time Speed Networking works a lot like 'Speed Dating' without the 'Dating'. A structured opportunity to meet accomplished professionals just like yourself, face to face, one business professional at time. Whether you are an entrepreneur, small business owner, legal or medical professional, in the finance, real estate or entertainment industry – our events offer the perfect occasion to expand your business, social or enterprise contacts. All in a setting and speed – just your style.  Devoid of typical business networking event staples – we have done away with whistles, bells and over-the-top event trimmings. We feel building business relationships should be a comfortable, sophisticated and relaxed venture. An opportunity to create opportunities. Speed Networking @ Pazzo Uptown – September 5th 2018 2680 Cedar Springs Rd, Dallas, TX 75201 7pm – Business Professionals SpeedDallas Networking For questions you may reach us at: 866 WE SPEED How It Works Our hosts will assist you with your SpeedDallas Networking 'Connect-Card'. After being shown to your table, you will move from business professional to business professional every 5-6 minutes. Simply mark down whom you would be interested in connecting with again on your SpeedDallas Networking 'Connect-Card' and we'll take care of the rest. You also always have the option of exchanging business cards should you feel so inclined. For those whom garner connections, you will be notified via e-mail within 24 hours of the event with your 'Connect-Card' results. Once the Speed Networking has completed and all participants have had the opportunity to meet each other – you are welcome to stay and mingle. All we need are the 'Connect-Cards' to determine your business connections. What is SpeedDallas Networking? SpeedNY Networking is traditional speed dating – minus the dating. Strictly for business professionals looking to expand their business and social circle. A structured and casually sophisticated offering which allows you to connect to all the participants – five to six minutes at a time. Rotate from business professional to business professional in a comfortable and inviting setting – just your speed. What type of people can I expect to meet?Accomplished individuals just like yourself. Whether you are an entrepreneur, small business owner, legal or medical professional, in the finance, real estate or entertainment industry – our attendees cover a wide range of professionals at the top or on the ladder of success in their particular industry or profession. How do I reserve my place? Simply select the EVENT SCHEDULE tab on the homepage for a listing of our events. Simply register online and you're all set! No paper tickets are required. You will be sent a confirmation from us and your name will be noted on our Guest List. Is this a dating or singles event? It is not. This is event is strictly business intended for professionals to expand their business, social or enterprise contacts.

at Pazzo Uptown
2680 Cedar Springs Road
Dallas, United States


Medical Staff Professionals FWD Chapter One Day August 2018

Medical Staff Professionals FWD Chapter One Day August 2018
Event on 2018-08-18 07:30:00
You are invited to: Medical Staff Professionals Fort Worth/Dallas Chapter  One Day Seminar "Cultivating Medical Staff Professional Leaders"   Date: Saturday August 18, 2018   Time: 8:00 A.M. -3:00 P.M.   Location: The Heart Hospital Baylor Plano 1100 Allied Drive Plano, TX 75093 NAMSS Approved Continued Education Units (CEU’s) 6.0 Cost: .00 for FWD Chapter Members .00 for Non-Members Keynote Speaker: John Pastrano, CPCS, CPMSM Former NAMSS President NAMSS Education Instructor Tenet Health, Director of Central Verification Office

at The Heart Hospital Baylor Plano
1100 Allied
Plano, United States


The Association of Network Marketing Professionals: ANMP 2018 Convention in Dallas TX USA. May 31 – June 3, 2018 (Thursday – Sunday)

The Association of Network Marketing Professionals: ANMP 2018 Convention in Dallas TX USA. May 31 – June 3, 2018 (Thursday – Sunday)
Event on 2018-05-31 18:00:00
TIME-LIMITED CONVENTION SPECIAL For a limited time, the ticket prices reflect the Convention Special Offer. For more details, connect with us on our ANMP Convention Facebook group. ANMP 2018 – It's Our 14th Year! Voted #1 BEST VALUE, the Annual Convention of the Association of Network Marketing Professionals (ANMP) is the best and most complete training for Network Marketing Professionals worldwide! Established in 2004 the ANMP is a 501(C)6 non-profit association – your professional association. At our annual convention, you'll learn from the BEST of the BEST…. Superstars, Top Trainers, Legends and Renowned Educators will mentor you and your team to greater success for your best results ever! FAQs  How can I contact the organizer with any questions? Please email How much are rooms at the event hotel, and how do I book my hotel room?Rooms at the InterContinental Hotel (4 Stars) are just 9. When the hotel room block becomes available for you to book a room online, we will send out an email to all attendees. 

at InterContinental Hotel Addison
15201 Dallas Parkway
Addison, United States


Dubai Apartments Perfect for Professionals in need of Comfortable Accommodations

Dubai serviced apartments perfect for writers in need of comfortable accommodations

Are you a writer or broadcaster for radio or television planning on traveling to the Middle East and Dubai to take in the 2012 Emirates Airline Festival during March, 2012? This year’s literature festival is expected to attract guests, writers and speakers from around the world of literature and communication. There are amazingly comfortable and convenient Dubai villas to rent perfect to make your stay in the region as amazing as you expect it to be.

There are also Dubai apartments perfect for a writer or broadcast industry professional, with all of the services and amenities a world traveler expects to experience. The best part is you’ll be able to relax and enjoy your visit to the Middle East and Dubai in accommodations you’ll definitely want to write home about.

If you need to find Dubai villas to rent, before you leave for the 2012 Emirates Airline Festival? You can usually find great deals on Dubai serviced apartments online at various websites. You can even find websites that allow tourists to compare current rates, in order to help you find the best accommodations in your price range. You’ll need to do a little research to find exactly the right villa or serviced apartment for your needs, but the process is usually relatively fast and efficient. Many regular visitors are routinely searching for promo online which includes Dubai villas to rent and Dubai apartments, and have always found the perfect accommodations every time. I frequently visit the Middle East every summer together with my family and friends. In fact there are business conference that I setup here in order to get the best experience among managers and overall officials. The best part is you’ll have serviced accommodations or a Dubai villa you can call your own, while you’re in town. You’ll also have a place to invite old and new friends to drop by for a drink or something to eat.

This year the 2012 Emirates Airline Festival will be welcoming guests and writers from around the world to the Middle East and Dubai. Estimates put the number of attendees showing up this year at around 30,000 people, so you better book your Dubai serviced apartments or Villas for rent in Dubai. You don’t want to be wishing you had booked Dubai villas to rent sooner. I have already booked my accommodations and expect this year’s party to be one for the record books. If you need to visit United Arab Emirates either this week or in the middle of the year specially during the upcoming festival? Book your accommodations right now by going online to search through the available websites like offering great deals like discount coupon. You might even be able to find websites offering special deals for managers, vacationers, honeymooners, industrial businessman, programmers, writers and broadcast professionals planning on showing up. However if you are keen or interested in regular news and promo in any Dubai Hotels, it is better if you subscribe to their company blog. This blog has list of resources suited for travelers like you. It did discuss prices of hotel accommodation, amenities of the hotels, facilities the hotel offer and the packages for family or couple.

If you need to make it to the 2012 Emirates Airline Festival this year,  make sure to check out Dubai villas to rent and Dubai serviced apartments. You don’t want to be left out in the cold, or stuck with lesser accommodations then you expect. Start surfing the world wide web right now to find exactly the right accommodations to turn your trip to the Middle East and Dubai into the trip of a lifetime. Just remember to have a great time and enjoy the entertainment and activities on hand while you’re there.

John Faust has been content writer of various online companies. He is a regular member of top article sites. He was happy to discover this website where he can enjoy sharing his ideas through writing.

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Dallas Clinical Professionals to be Honored at Sierra Tucson’s “Gratitude for Giving” Breakfast

Dallas Clinical Professionals to be Honored at Sierra Tucson’s “Gratitude for Giving” Breakfast
Sierra Tucson, an international leader in the treatment of addictions, mental health issues, and pain management, celebrates professional clinicians in the Dallas area who make a difference through their work and dedication. Over 100 professionals will gather to honor colleagues who have been nominated and selected by fellow clinicians to receive Recognition Awards in 7 special categories.
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Dallas Cowboys’ Wade Phillips FIRED!
Dallas Cowboys coach Wade Phillips has been fired. What started as a speculation during the morning has now been confirmed by CBS 11 Sports. According to the updated information, the man responsible to replace Phillips will be Jason Garrett, who has been named interim head coach. Jason Garrett assumes this new position after being assistant head […]
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Recently I critiqued two radio commercials for a client.

The client is a direct marketer, so he takes this stuff seriously. (Direct marketers don’t distract themselves with ridiculous attempts at “branding.”)

I was typically meticulous in my critique. (You say “harsh,” I say “meticulous.”)

I’ve never told anyone this, but as soon as I’ve e-mailed an advertising critique to a client, I become a little nervous.

What if they’re offended? I don’t want to offend people. Especially clients.

What if they’re so offended they demand a refund? I really don’t want that. (I also don’t give refunds on critiques, and no one’s ever asked for one. Still, the concern does cross my mind.)

So when my e-mail inbox included two messages from him this morning, I took a deep breath before opening them.

The first was in response to my first critique:

“Awesome! Thanks for doing a killer job on this… This is VERY helpful. Once I’ve produced some new spots using your suggestions I’ll send you them to you to review.”

The second message, responding to the second critique, said:

“Thanks again Dan… great suggestions and points.”

It was a nice way to start the morning.

Usually I critique commercial copy before it’s produced. That makes sense to me, because that way the client has time to change the copy before going into production. But in this case, the spots had been written and recorded.

One hour and 16 minutes after I received the client’s second “wow, thanks!” response, I received a very long e-mail from someone I don’t know.

That someone appears to be the guy who wrote and produced the commercials I had critiqued. It was a cc of a message he had sent to the client.

It was not what one would call a rave review of my critiques.

Two elements of his rant leapt out at me:

1. He defended the use of the lame voice talent (whom I had pointed out sounded like a schlocky announcer who clearly was simply reading the copy he was being paid to read) by saying, “With our budget, that’s all we can afford.”


Those particular spots didn’t require a Harlan Hogan. I know plenty of guys (they used a male voice) who would’ve done a much better job for 0 or so.

I don’t know what they paid their voice over guy, but if they’re not willing to shell out 0 – 0 for a decent announcer read, they need to adjust their priorities.

(Come to think of it: The client paid ME more than that for the two critiques. And he got his money’s worth. Certainly they can afford a decent voice performer to deliver their sales message.)

2.  The e-mail was very long. I mean, this guy was upset.


I closed the e-mail without reading it.

I got the gist of it: “This O’Day guy doesn’t know what he’s talking about.”

Why read further?

So I could become offended?

So I could catalog and rebut his evidence of my alleged incompetence?

A number of years ago I managed to learn not to waste my time responding to hate mail or nutty mail. (To be fair: This guy’s rant didn’t appear to be hateful or nutty. He just totally disagreed with me.)

Why argue with a nut or a jerk?

But do you know what would have happened if I had taken two minutes to read his entire attack (or, from his perspective, his defense of his work)?

I would have spent hours mentally refuting his every point. Completely involuntarily.

That’s how my brain works. If I think I’ve been unfairly attacked, my instinct is to defend myself — even if only within the privacy of my own mind.

But I had other stuff to do today. Why waste any of my sorely limited time (and even more severely limited brain power) marshalling an argument I never would deliver?


Maybe nothing.

Or maybe you’re a radio station producer and a thoughtless salesperson mentioned, while passing you in the hallway, “The client hates that spot you did for him.”

Oh? You mean that spot that was approved every step of the way and now is on the air?

Let it go. Getting upset won’t help.

Or you’re an account exec and the Traffic Director screams at you because you didn’t remind her that she had promised to change your client’s rotation, so she forgot to do it and it’s all your fault.

Let it go. Let her words float past you like a summer breeze. (You don’t bother to argue with the wind, do you?)

Or you’re a jock, and the station engineer(!) pointedly tells you the comedy bit you did on yesterday’s show “really wasn’t very funny.”

Should the radio station engineer be critiquing the radio air talent? No.

Should you care anything at all about whether the station engineer thinks you’re funny or your show is good? C’mon.

Let it go.

Use that time and energy for something constructive.

Why, look at me. The time I saved by not reading and then mentally constructing a devastating response to that e-mail?

I used it to write this article.

Dan O’Day ( is internationally known as the “radio advertising guru,” having taught radio and advertising professionals in 36 different countries how to create radio advertising that works.

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copyright 2010 by Dan O’Day

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Where are some good jobs for IT professionals in the Dallas/Ft.Worth area?

Question by vani g: Where are some good jobs for IT professionals in the Dallas/Ft.Worth area?
Where are some good jobs for IT professionals in the Dallas/Ft.Worth area?
I would like to know if anyone knows where is a good company to apply for a job in the IT field. My husband has a B.S. in Computer Systems Engineering from Mexico. He speaks basic English only, but is really good at what he does. He has only been in U.S. a year and would like to work in his career, but has not been able to find a job. I would appreciate any help on the subject. Thanks.

Best answer:

Answer by anjil
There aren’t. Silicon Valley or Seattle is where the jobs and money is at.

What do you think? Answer below!


What are some great apartments for young professionals in Dallas?

I’m a young professional moving for work. I love to meet new people and I’m very social – I’ve never been to Dallas and I’m looking for a safe place and somewhere that is full of night life. I heard Uptown and Addison are good. Any good suggestions for areas and apartments to check out? Thanks!