Yesterday, I presented a workshop on advocacy to the Chapel Hill-Carrboro Chamber of Commerce's Women's Roundtable. Regular readers of this blog know that advocacy is something I've written about a lot lately.

You can download the 15-page workbook from the session, The Power of Your Ideas: Make your point. Make it fast. Make it matter, here.

I posted the slide deck on SlideShare yesterday afternoon and got the following notice this morning:

Click the image to watch the presentation.

We'll see if anything tangible comes from this featured spot, but it is nice to get some public props!

UPDATE: Wow! 1180 views after being featured on the site for 12 hours.

SON OF UPDATE (31 May): Seems to have tailed off just shy of 1400 views. Not bad!

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Organizations that have used The Power of Your Ideas

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