Vinh Giang The Magic of Better Communication – This Week’s Six Pixels of Separation Podcast

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Episode #717 of Six Pixels of Separation is now live and ready for you to listen to.

This is the first conversation that I recorded in our current Covid 19 world. I wanted to discuss the power of communications, and how we can get better, and add much more empathy to the way that we are connected. Especially in a world that is now work from home, remote and more isolated than ever before. I knew that I wanted to have that conversation with my friend, Vinh Giang. For more than 15 years, Vinh has dedicated himself to mastering the art of performance-enhanced communication, helping thousands of professionals worldwide do the same through the power of magic. In his inspiring keynote talks, workshops and presentations, Vinh integrates storytelling and magic to share key business strategies while motivating his audience to embrace change and see the “possible in the impossible.” His backstory? With only six months to graduate, Vinh left his degree in commerce and law to become an online magic teacher. This leap of faith became a hugely successful online business, 52kards, which now serves over 800,000 students globally, and earned Vinh the award of Top Young Entrepreneur in Australia. Vinh is also the CEO of Luminary Productions, which produces exceptional video for individuals and companies all around the globe. Enjoy the diversion and enjoy the conversation…

You can grab the latest episode of Six Pixels of Separation here (or feel free to subscribe via iTunes): Six Pixels of Separation #717.

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  1. I don’t think in-person events will ever be completely replaced by virtual ones. Because you’re right, people want that in-person connection. As someone who works remotely, from home, with people across globe, the chance to get together once a year, once a quarter or whatever is important.

    But I also agree with Vinh that we can make virtual events more interactive and interesting. I think it will be interesting if we can, in the future, create some sort of hybrid event with elements of in-person and virtual events, both to expand the potential audience, as well as speaker or presenter opportunities.

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