WPPI convention

Having had the privilege of speaking at WPPI 2011 (the largest annual expo & conference in the United States for professional photographers) for the last couple of years, I am thrilled to be presenting a brand new Platform Presentation at WPPI in Las Vegas this year, as well – on Tuesday, February 22nd at 8am.A big thank you to White House Custom ColorAdorama CameraKubota Image Tools and AsukaBook for sponsoring my talk :)My topic is “The Fusion of Work and Life: Structure a More Efficient Business (and Life :)”, a topic near and dear to my heart and one I’ve been studying for some time, living out all kinds of experiments and theories and happily discovering much that really does work (gasp!), genuinely streamlining the pressures of managing the all of it. I am also so glad that WPPI 2011 implemented a pre-board system this year, allowing attendees to select their preferred speakers ahead of time. This is a great improvement over the long lines and shut doors of years past … this is the line we passed setting up for my presentation last year, also at 8am, and it was not an unusual line up of individuals for other speakers, either.
Also! My friend George Veranakis, the EVP of WPPI, has generously offered me a full convention registration pass to give away to one lucky winner, valued at up to $399. All you have to do to enter is leave a comment here with one of your favorite tips, tricks, ideas or things-you’ve-heard-but-haven’t-tried-yet theories that help you to balance/find flow in your life, your loves, your interests, your work, your family, your friends, all of it!We’ll be selecting a winner this Thursday, which should give you plenty of time to pack up, snag a flight, and get yourself to Vegas! If you win and have already registered, you are welcome to offer the winning pass to a friend. They can then pay you back however they choose – it is at the MGM, after all, so there should be plenty of options ;)Good luck!
Update: A big congratulations to Shilo Bradley for winning the full pass to WPPI 2010!