Aug
25

SXSW 2015

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Last summer, I asked you to vote for my SXSWedu workshop proposal and your votes really helped–I was accepted and the workshop was a big success. I was so thrilled. THANK YOU to everyone who voted for me.
This year, I’m submitting again…Will you take a moment to VOTE for my group panel proposal for 2015 called Learning to Fail with Style and Grace?

I’m proposing this panel with two lovely University of Texas professors–they are both very experienced educators with some serious chops in the field of creativity research. They’re also musicians and one has done fantastic work with at-risk kids, so it should be a very practical and inspiring discussion.

HOW TO HELP:

  1. Click here to vote for my panel:
    http://panelpicker.sxsw.com/vote/35190
  2. If you are taken to a general overview page after logging in, please type in “Learning to Fail with Style and Grace” into the search box and my proposal should pop up. Click on it.
  3. You’ll see 2 videos–my video is below the video of the guy with white hair. (One of my fellow panelists.) Watching is optional. :)
  4. Click the “thumbs up” icon to vote for my panel.
  5. Optional: Leave a comment about how groovy I am.
  6. If you have time, email me afterward to let me know you voted. (It keeps me excited about the process!) (sarah@makegreatstuff.com)

If you have any questions for me before you vote, just hit “reply” to this email and I’ll get back to you as quickly as I can.

Participating last year really helped my business in unexpected ways including my developing creativity workshops for business professionals that I’m super excited about.

THANK YOU!

Big Hugs, Sarah
P.S. For those who’ve never heard of it, SXSW (South by Southwest) is a huge innovation conference in Austin, Texas that has several sections–music, film, digital and education. I’m submitting to the education section.

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