Nov 14, 2018
For the past several years, Pauline Kwasniak has been diligently working to establish herself in the events organization industry. She has recently started a tough, fascinating trip into the event organizers’ public speaking sphere.
In this interview, Pauline tells Richard what lead her into event organizing and public speaking. She explains how living in a country that is not the country of her birth has affected her journey. Having an ‘accent’ isn’t as big a deal as people think, she says. The most important thing she’s learned is to slow down when delivering speeches.
Pauline also touches on the topics of how stressful it is being an event organizer, why it is important to maintain your cool, and to always remember that the things that are most important to you as an organizer are not necessarily important to others.
Learn more about Pauline here.
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