What is MVP Disease?

 What is MVP disease?  And more important, how do you benefit from it?

Echo and Julie

Echo and Julie

The annual PowerPoint Live conference is a regular opportunity to catch up with some of our favorite presentations professionals, and to record a few podcasts of course.  In this first of two episodes we sit down for a session with a record SEVEN commentators.

These are the PowerPoint MVPs, an amazing group of volunteers who spend their time and energy helping you out with advice and solutions through web sites and the PowerPoint newsgroups. 

Troy and Steve

Troy and Steve

At PowerPoint Live they help keep the conference running by presenting and running an amazing help center for the duration of the conference, but they still found time to sit down for a great chat.

John and Sandy

John and Sandy

Ric

Ric

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Links

Dramtis personæ

Echo Swinford      www.echosvoice.com
John Wilson         www.PPTAlchemy.co.uk
Julie Terberg        www.terbergdesign.com
Sandra Johnson   www.presentationwiz.biz
SteveRindsberg   www.pptools.com
Todd Dunn        www.linkedin.com
Troy Chollar         www.tlccreative.com/

So long Brian…
A tribute to Brian Reilly: http://www.pptfaq.com/FAQ00961_A_tribute_to_Brian_Reilly.htm

All photos by Troy Chollar, used with permission.

2 thoughts on “What is MVP Disease?

  1. Jon

    At PowerPoint Live they help keep the conference running by presenting and running an amazing help center for the duration of the conference, but they still found time to sit down for a great chat .

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