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Ideal Audio/Video Checklist
- Projector & screen (ideally screen will be angled on the side of speaking area)
- Wireless lapel microphone for larger audiences (I travel with a Countryman E6 “Over the Ear” microphone that is compatible with Shure, Sennheiser, and Audio Technica wireless microphone packs. I can also bring my Shure PBX Wireless transmitter/receiver if that would be helpful.)
- Quality sound system for microphone, with extra line to computer for music/video playback
- I travel with my laptop & VGA/HDMI adapters (I’ll need my laptop with me at speaking area pretty please!)
- Table to the side/rear of speaking area with table cloth
- Room layout would ideally be Sunray for workshops/trainings,
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I’m happy to whip up a brief bio that is customized for your group, please contact me.
Paul Wesselmann holds degrees in psychology and higher education, is the author of two books, and has spent two decades delivering upbeat and meaningful professional staff development trainings and keynote sessions for campuses, conferences, and workplaces throughout North America. Over 30,000 readers subscribe to his weekly RIPPLES emails, and thousands more follow @RipplesGuy on social media.
Our speaker today joins us from Cincinnati, Ohio, and is known as “THE RIPPLES GUY” to over 30,000 people who subscribe to his weekly RIPPLES emails, and the thousands more who follow him on social media.
Paul Wesselmann holds degrees in psychology and education, is the author of two books, and has spent the last two decades firing up hundreds of schools, conferences, and other organizations around North America, helping students and educators more consistently bring their best selves to school, work, and life.
Please help me welcome, Paul Wesselmann.
(please notify Paul in advance of any changes you make to this introduction).