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Sharee Moton is now a member of Global Ethics Network
Jun 7

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What are your interests and areas of expertise in international relations?
Education, Health
Tell everyone a little about yourself and what you hope to gain from the Global Ethics Network.
Hi, I am a teacher. I want to find some friends from other countries

How To Select A College Speaker For Your Next Event

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Selecting a good university motivational speaker can be really challenging. There are a lot of campus speakers out there and as with anything, some are good and some are terrible . This article should assist you separate the great from the terrible and assist you decide on the correct speaker for your next big event!

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College Speaker Tip #1: Quality should be your primary priority.

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It's as uncomplicated as that.
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School Speaker Tip #3: Ask pals and colleagues for suggestions.

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in all areas of life)!
University Speaker Tip #4: Research your speakers.

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