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PAST VOL 4

London @ Designjunction (Victoria House Basement)
Sep 23, 2011

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East London @ Toast Deli
Jun 10, 2013

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London, Ontario @ Innovation Works
Jan 25, 2017

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Birds Eye View

BY PAUL GRECH
@ VOL 1 ON JAN 25, 2017

The mysterious wildlife tales of Canada's Western Arctic as witnessed by commercially trained helicopter pilot and adventurer Paul Grech.

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Building Hope: Why I Chose to Support the Case for At-Risk Mothers

BY SARAH ASHFIELD
@ VOL 1 ON JAN 25, 2017

A look at the life of Sarah Ashfield: raised in an adopted family and what led to her decision to spearhead The New Addition Campaign.

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Team Communication Guided by Organizational Values – The Ripple Effect

BY JANIC GORAYEB
@ VOL 1 ON JAN 25, 2017

Janic Gorayeb speaks about how values serve as a compass for our actions and define how we conduct ourselves. The ripple metaphor symbolizes how our actions or non-actions echo throughout an organization both internally and externally.

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Value of Water: Perspectives from India

BY KENNY KHOO
@ VOL 1 ON JAN 25, 2017

Kenny Khoo presents about how in order to enable sustainable access to water in rural India, creating economic value in water is critical. 

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Living Your Life With Passion: How I Got Paid to Travel The World

BY ANDREW KASZOWSKI
@ VOL 1 ON JAN 25, 2017

"You can do what you dream of."

In Living Your Life With Passion: How I Got Paid to Travel The World at PechaKucha Night London, Ontario Vol. 1, Andrew Kaszowski shares how he lived out his dream of traveling the world. He took his writing and design experience to sea, setting sail as Publications Editor aboard Crystal Cruises’ four-month World Cruise. He has been to 38 countries. Learn how Andrew did exactly what he dreamed of doing: and got paid to do it!

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Photo Composition on the Road - getting the perfect shot when you have no tools

BY ANDREW KASZOWSKI
@ VOL 3 ON JUL 26, 2017

When you're traveling you are usually taking photos with your phone or pocket cam. How do you compose the perfect photo with no tools? Andrew Kaszowski shares his tips gleaned from photographing in 38 countries.

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Cramming it All In! Accomplishing my 40 Before 40 List in Four Years!

BY JANIC GORAYEB
@ VOL 4 ON OCT 25, 2017

Back when Janic Gorayeb was 36 and before applying to her Masters in Leadership, she hit a rut both personally and professionally and decided to create a “40 Before 40” list and blog about it.

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Towards London

BY ADAM CAPLAN
@ VOL 5 ON FEB 01, 2018

Bright minds. Big ideas. All in one place. This is Towards London, the podcast. This is your weekly rendez-vous with innovations taking place in London, Ontario, hosted by Adam Caplan and Shobhita Sharma.

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Empathy on Fire

BY MEGAN O'NEIL
@ VOL 7 ON SEP 20, 2018

In Empathy on Fire, Megan O'Neil talks about understanding empathy as a volunteer in the 2017 BC wildfires.

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Standing 4 Choice in Southwestern Ontario

BY ROBYN SCHWARZ
@ VOL 7 ON SEP 20, 2018

Abortion has been legal in Canada for thirty years. Despite what many Canadians may think, people in our communities work tirelessly to access this normal part of reproductive health care. In Robyn Schwarz's presentation, we will examine the barriers that still exist for Londoners looking to get an abortion.

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Vol. 2 - an unforgettable night!

Unforgettable, moving, inspiring, captivating. These are all words we heard throughout the evening and afterwards about our SOLD OUT vol. 2 PechaKucha Night #ldnont A REALLY BIG thank you to everyone who made the night a resounding success and who brought so much energy to the room to support our presenters and community. The presentations are now posted here for you to watch and applaud. Click on the names below to bring up their presentation: −     Julie Forrester −     Katy Boychuck −     Jamie Kruspel −     Kellie Hersey −     Wes Lucus A big thanks to our wonderful sponsors: −      201 Solutions who sponsored the cost of the space at Innovation Works, coffee and tea −      AtPrint who provided us 50 posters to post around the city −      Melrose Bakery who provided us with two trays of yummy goodies −      MC Spirit Studios who did the audio recordings and took some photos As well, thank you to the attendees who contributed items for the London Food Bank and donated to the PechaKucha Global Fund ($52.00 CDN is being transferred via PayPal to the PK Global Fund). Stay tuned for details around PechaKucha Night #ldnont vol. 3 which will be happening on Wednesday, July 26th at Innovation Works from 6:20pm – 8:20pm. High-fives and fist-bumps!Janic and Andrew

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Some amazing PechaKucha news - and some news about #pkldnont

Hi folks! There's some exciting news we wanted to share with you from PechaKucha HQ in Tokyo: PechaKucha will very soon reach a stunning achievement of 1000 cities who have hosted an amazing 10,000 PK nights and uploaded 10,000 presentations to the global website. #pkldnont is so proud to be a new part of this worldwide network of inspiring, concise talks... and we have had two of our talks featured as PK Talk of the Day: Paul Grech and Katy Boychuck's talks! We are putting #ldnont on the map by being a part of this global phenomenon! Thank you for contributing to this success! More excitement from #pkldnont: 1) Save the date for vol. 3 at Innovation Works on Wednesday, July 26th! More details to come.  2) We have a video news segment about #pkldnont! Western journalism students Arash Randjbar and Jayn Villetard created this excellent news segment about our inaugural PechaKucha Night vol. 1 on Jan. 25, 2017. Check it out and relive the memories of this amazing evening of inspiration!   See you all for vol. 3 on July 26th! High-five! ~Andrew & Janic

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What the heck is a PechaKucha? - blog post by Wes Lucus

This blog was written by Wes Lucus, who presented at PechaKucha #ldnont vol. 2 on April 25. Check out his presetnation: "What I Learned From My Mission To Mars" ************** I was warned. It wouldn’t be easy. But what I experienced in that space shuttle would teach me one of the most valuable life lessons.   PeCHA KuCHA: The sound of “chit chat” Originating in Japan, and taking place in cities all around the world, speakers share their stories with a slideshow of 20 photos, each showing for 20 seconds. In April I had the pleasure of participating in this unique event with my story entitled “What I learned from my mission to Mars.” I volunteered to speak because I saw it as an opportunity to stretch – to practice and grow in a few different ways: Speaking The most valuable skills, regardless of your job or environment, involve communication. The 2 most universally valuable are persuasion and public speaking. In order to continually improve, I’m always looking for opportunities to speak. When I’m at the front of the room, I’m usually leading a training or workshop, so PechaKucha allowed me to have a little more fun and flexibility, and to get out of my comfort zone a bit. I got to choose the topic and the message with only 2 restrictions: It had to match 20 slides at 20 seconds each (6min 40sec total), and it couldn’t be a sales pitch. Those of you who know me well know I’m an introvert who rarely shows much enthusiasm, so I purposefully chose a story that would not work unless I told it with enthusiasm – forcing me to stretch and get a little uncomfortable. Language Patterns One of my favorite things about NLP is the study of language patterns – using certain words and phrases, and structuring your message to communicate with the subconscious mind, as well as the conscious. While the average listener will say “Oh, it’s about roller coasters… but not really. It’s about a lot of things, I guess,” NLP nerds and students of my Influence & Impact course will be able to spot a some of those patterns in my story. I’m constantly playing with those language patterns, working them into my speech intentionally so that they start to come out automatically and effectively, and I thoroughly enjoyed planning this talk around them. Timing It’s a personal hangup I’ve had… Whether it’s a 2 minute talk, or a 2 day workshop, the only thing that gets me nervous around the idea of public speaking is the timing. I never know if I’m going to go over, or way under, and I haven’t yet figured out how to tell by the content I have planned. The only way I’ve had any certainty with this ahead of time was if I had every word scripted, and tested for timing… but every scripted or written word costs you connection with the audience, so I knew I would have to overcome my timing anxiety a different way. This event was a great opportunity to work with that – Not only did I have to finish right at 6:40, but ideally I also needed to keep pace with the changing slides every 20 seconds. I won’t say it was easy… I spent half a day trying to figure out whether to put the slideshow together first, or figure out what I was going to say first. I eventually settled on the slideshow, because it would be just enough structure for me to improvise the rest around. Once the 20 slides were set and submitted, I loosely outlined what I wanted to say. Then I memorized the order of the slides, and then just practiced telling my story in the order of the slides. Eventually, after I got the big pieces in place, I started practicing with the timing. I got an app on my phone called Tabata Timer which gave me audio cues every 20 seconds, and just told the story. Every time I heard a beep, I knew it was time to move on to the next slide, and that allowed me to practice without script or notes, allowed the story to change with each run-through, and gave me an unconscious sense of the timing. Making a mark in London I knew I would only be in London for a short while. Being around amazing people, being involved in the local community, I saw this as a way to leave something behind, to give some kind of positive message, and to be remembered. Maybe it comes down to some deep desire to satisfy my ego, some need for significance… but it’s also about connection, and being a part of the family – and I definitely felt all of that as a result of participating.   FYI – You can see past and upcoming Pecha Kucha events in London HERE.   ~Wes Lucus

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Photos and Presentations are LIVE from vol. 3

A REALLY BIG thank you to everyone who made PechaKucha Night #ldnont vol. 3 on July 26 at Innovation Works a wonderful evening full of inspiration, learning and community. The presentations are now posted here for you to watch and applaud. Click on the names below to bring up their presentation: −     Andrew Kaszowski −     Karen Gair −     Scott Davis −     Deepa Butoliya −     Chris Asper A big thanks to our wonderful sponsors: −      Ripple Effect Leadership Consulting & Events who sponsored the cost of the space at Innovation Works, coffee and tea −      AtPrint who provided us 50 posters to post around the city −      Melrose Bakery who provided us with two trays of yummy goodies −      MC Spirit Studios who did the audio recordings and took some photos As well, thank you to the attendees who contributed items for the London Food Bank and donated to the PechaKucha Global Fund.   Get your FREE ticket now for PechaKucha Night #ldnont vol. 4 which will be happening on Wednesday, October 25th at Innovation Works from 6:20pm – 8:20pm. High-fives and fist-bumps!Janic and Andrew

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PechaKucha Night #ldnont vol. 5 photos and talks are online now

A REALLY BIG thank you to everyone who made PechaKucha Night #ldnont vol. 5 on Feb. 1 at Innovation Works an incredible event. The presentations are now posted here for you to watch and applaud. Click on the names below to bring up their presentation: −     Towards London (Adam Caplan and Shobita Sharma) −     Wendy Arnott −     Tracey Jones −     Christine Cosgrove −     Amy Mathias −     Alex Leonard You can also view all the PHOTOS from the night on our Facebook page! A big thanks to our title sponsor: Refcio & Associates and our partners LAV Solutions, @print, and MC Spirit Studios. As well, thank you to the attendees who contributed items for the London Food Bank and donated to the PechaKucha Global Fund. High-fives and fist-bumps! Janic and Andrew

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Announcing #pkldnont vol. 7 - September 20, 2018

Date: Thursday, September 20, 2018Time: 6:20pm – 8:20pmLocation: Innovation Works (201 King Street)   Coming September 20, 2018 - PechaKucha Night #ldnont vol. 7 at Innovation Works London! A night of powerful, concise talks. Prepare to be inspired and spread the word! PechaKucha 20x20 is a simple presentation format where you show 20 images, each for 20 seconds. The images advance automatically and you talk along to the images. Register to attend at http://bit.ly/pkldnontvol7 (admission is free!)We will ask for a $1 donation at the door to the PechaKucha global fund that goes to such things as maintaining the global website that hosts all of the talks from around the world. We are also collecting items for the London Food Bank. With PechaKucha Nights now happening in over 1000 cities around the world, PechaKucha Night #ldnont puts our city on the international stage through the PechaKucha platform and website (check out https://www.pechakucha.org/cities/london-ontario to learn more and see talks from around the world). This is a great way to network and engage our community thirsty to share their ideas, passions and interests. WANT TO SPEAK ON September 20th?Presenter Proposals - Due Friday, August 31, 2018 by 4:00pm ESTWe will be choosing up to a maximum of 8 presenters. Submit your presenter proposal online at https://goo.gl/forms/yTaHHP1XNTdR9Y1r2

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Announcing our TITLE SPONSOR for PechaKucha Night #ldnont vol. 7: sagecomm

BEST FRIDAY EVER for #pkldnont! The fine folks at sagecomm are our *title sponsor* for PechaKucha Night ldnont vol. 7 on Sept. 20 at @innoworksldn! sagecomm is a London-based marketing and communications provider that helps brands "matter more." Thanks for believing in what we do: helping London share and hear concise stories that inspire!

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PechaKucha Night #ldnont vol. 6 photos and talks are online now

A REALLY BIG thank you to everyone who made PechaKucha Night #ldnont vol. 6 on March 29 at Innovation Works an incredible event. The presentations are now posted here for you to watch and applaud. Click on the names below to bring up their presentation: Alex Leonard: 10 Steps to Branding Yourself Online Brea Hickey: #BetheChange Elias Puurunen: What is an Expert, Anyway? Amy Mathias: #BeccaToldMeTo Gaurav Shinde: Memories are greater than dreams Paul Grech: Holy smokes... I'm fat! Ila Mada: Becoming an Advocate You can also view all the PHOTOS from the night on our Facebook page! A big thanks to our title sponsor: Refcio & Associates and our partners LAV Solutions, @print, and MC Spirit Studios. As well, thank you to the attendees who contributed items for the London Food Bank and donated to the PechaKucha Global Fund. High-fives and fist-bumps! Janic and Andrew

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PechaKucha Night #ldnont vol. 7 photos and talks are online now + plans for 2019!

A REALLY BIG thank you to everyone who made PechaKucha Night #ldnont vol. 7 on Sept. 20 at Innovation Works an incredible event. The presentations are now posted here for you to watch and applaud. Click on the names below to bring up their presentation: Megan O'Neil | Empathy on Fire Harry Cosgrove | I’d Rather Be Coaching Hockey David Billson | Business is Broken: Change the Score Katy Boychuk | Leading with Your Strengths, Passions, and Values to Live Life to the Fullest Robyn Schwarz | Standing 4 Choice in Southwestern Ontario You can also view all the PHOTOS from the night on our Facebook page! A big thanks to our title sponsor: sagecomm and our partners LAV Solutions, @print, and MC Spirit Studios. As well, thank you to the attendees who contributed items for the London Food Bank and donated to the PechaKucha Global Fund. ************* Our next #pkldnont night will be in 2019! After much careful dialogue, as co-organizers of PechaKucha Night #ldnont, we made the strategic decision to not have a fourth talk night in 2018. Frankly, we were rushing to pull together the event for November and it just wouldn't have been of the calibre you've come to expect from these amazing nights of learning and community sharing. So, we're re-grouping and planning now for three fabulous nights in 2019. Stay tuned here and on our social channels (Twitter and Facebook) for all the details. We can't wait to engage with you again soon in 2019! High-fives and fist-bumps! Janic and Andrew

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Announcing Presenters for Volume 9 | June 12 2019

Hey London, Ontario Peeps! We have four (4) speakers for Volume 9 PechaKucha Night #lndont and we are going to do something a little different this time around. After each presentation, we will take questions from the audience. Check out these cool topics and come out for this FREE FUN and UNIQUE event in London, Ontario: Gaurav Shinde | Voyage for mad men and women! Sailing round the world solo nonstop! Julie Dickison | Camp Dawn - A Unique Camping Retreat for Adult Brain Injury Survivors. Fatimah Abbass | #FunFactsWithFatimah Janic Gorayeb | My Living Kidney Donor Experience   Join us at Innovation Works London (201 King St) at 6:20pm on Wednesday, June 12. Get Your FREE Ticket Now On the night of PechaKucha Night #ldnont vol. 9, please consider making a $1 to the PechaKucha Global Fund to help maintain the global website hosting over 1100 PechaKucha Nights around the world. This will be another great PechaKucha Night to remember! Janic