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Wednesday
Sep182013

General session speakers announed for IHRSA 2014

The general session spearkers during the IHRSA International Convention & Trade Show always packs the house. One reason is for the variety of speakers whose topics always come back to the health and fitness industry.

How else can you explain having both Havard social scientist professor Nicholas Christakis and Life is good co-founder Bert Jacobs on stage last year in Las Vegas?

The speakers for the 2014 event, in San Diego on March 12-15, was just announced today. 

  • Wednesday, March 12: Sally Hogshead, best-selling author, will present “How to Fascinate: From First Impressions to Lasting Value." Sponsored by SPRI.
  • Thursday, March 13: Dan Heath, author & senior fellow at The CASE Center at Duke University, will present “Decisive: How to Make Better Choices in Life and Work.” Sponsored by Technogym®. 
  • Friday, March 14: Gary Vaynerchuk, author & co-founder of VaynerMedia, will present “The Thank You Economy. Sponsored by Matrix Fitness. 
  • Saturday, March 15: a speaker will be announced at a later date. It is sponsored by MYZONE.   

For more on the speakers, visit www.ihrsa.org/general-sessions

 


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