One Liners, Openers, Conversation Starters

Eric Greenspan

  • May 17, 2017
  • 11:00 am
  • 50 Minute
  • Free to the public
  • CPE Credit: 1.0

Subject Area: Marketing
Prerequisite: No prerequisites required
Program Level: Basic
Delivery Method: Group-Internet Based
Advanced Preparation: None required
Who Should Attend: Bookkeepers, accountants, ProAdvisors, CPAs, business owners

Participants will learn how to make new contacts, gain confidence and build more relationships.

Starting a conversation can be challenging so we’re here to help. Whether it’s in line at Starbucks, sitting next to someone in an airplane, engaging with fellow event attendees, a date, a prospect or even your mother-in-law, this webinar will help you start a conversation and help you keep it going. Whether your goal is to close a hot prospect or simply make a new friend, we will discuss the “awkward silence” and how to help you make more contacts and build your practice faster and have more fun doing it.

Eric Greenspan, Chief Education Officer, astUtemy

CPE Credit is only provided to paid members. If CPE credit is offered, you must attend the event live. Recorded events do not qualify for CPE credit.


What’s the difference between a Webinar and a Workshop?

In a webinar, we present the big picture, an overview of a topic or idea. The purpose is to provide inspiration, motivation and information. The format is one or two presenters speaking to an online audience. The audience is in listen and watch only mode and may ask questions and chat. The typical webinar runs 50 minutes and most are CPE credit eligible. The recordings are available to all astUtemy members.

In a workshop, we provide a hands on, head down discussion about a topic or idea with the intention to provide a deliverable, a new skill, or set the stage for additional development. We will build something together, in an engaging and interactive environment where everyone is a panelist with audio and video turned on in both directions. The audience is limited and recordings are only available to actual participants.

What do I need to do to prepare?

If we require preparation, you will be notified. We use Zoom for all events. Please join on a computer when possible, but a mobile device will also work. For Workshops, a computer is highly preferred, along with a webcam, and proper audio and video. Please test your equipment, as we do not offer refunds for attendee technical problems.

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