Develop your B-Sides | Larry Williams | TEDxFrontRange





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Published on Jul 14, 2015

What if second best really was good enough? For years we have been conditioned to think that only our best efforts are the ones worth believing in. But what about those hidden gems that are left undeveloped? Each of us possesses talents and skills worthy of being given a second chance to shine. In his talk, Develop Your B-Sides, Larry Williams will explore an amazing methodology that is based on the universal language of music.

As a former radio broadcaster, Williams’ storied career behind the microphone found him focusing intently on the dichotomy between the A-Side and B-Side records that changed music history. Along the way, he discovered an amazing mechanism for self-improvement. In this talk, two generations will come together under one common bond of music. The result will find you taking your second efforts out for another spin.

For twenty-five years, Larry Williams has been the consummate communicator. In the broadcast booth, he has interviewed everyone from the Vice President of the United States to A-List celebrities. As a Master of Ceremonies, he was honored to serve as the personal DJ and Emcee for entertainment legend, Dick Clark, who was his friend, mentor and greatest inspiration.
He is the recipient of the American Disc Jockey Association’s prestigious Michael Butler Humanitarian Award. He resides in Reno, Nevada with his wife and two children.

This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx


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