(December 23, 2010) A short column as we lead into the holiday season! May yours be filled with family and joy!
I am returning home from two Hall of Fame interviews for the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. What a tremendous privilege it is to participate in documenting the evolving history of this organization. For the first time the organization budgeted for video interviews in conjunction with the production company Williams Gerard, and we hope the new Hall of Fame presentations will be more engaging than any that have been given in the past. Only time will tell if that is to be true, but the opportunity is there.
How do you document the Hall of Famers you select? And how do you incorporate the documentation and the acceptance? These are ways to provide more engaging presentations if done well. What’s your plan?
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