Talent Anarchy 2.0

The two of us have been starting fires together for over a decade now, and Talent Anarchy has been around for about three years. The TA brand has been a great vehicle for our collaborative ideas and efforts and for us to play off of our similarities and our differences.  We have been fortunate enough to be invited to introduce a little anarchy into both corporate and conference environments with our workshop and keynote messages…and we are hungry for more.  Both of us are convinced, now more than ever, that our message is timely, our methods are a breath of fresh air, and our madness is appreciated.

As we have gotten more clarity on both our mission and our message over the past year it has become clear that it was time to bring more clarity to our brand identity as well.  It has been a pleasure to work with a team of very talented folks that have worked with us through a comprehensive branding process and have helped us bring that brand to life.

The talented and patient, Jodi Backes of Venn Marketing Strategies has been with us the longest and has held this whole process together.  She has helped us to scrape out the stuff written in on our brains and on our hearts and make something of it.  The dynamic duo of Stehpanie and Nate Voss of Vossome created our mark and Nate also put the site design together for us.  The brilliant Bryce Bridges took our photos and has threatened to take more in the future.  It can’t be easy looking through the lens at two ugly mugs like ours, but some had to do it and we are glad that it was him.

We love our new digs, and we hope that you will be a regular visitor and that you will take something of value from your time here.

This has been largely a retooling year, which has pretty much taken us off the road.  A great deal of our time this year has been spent working on our branding and writing a book, which means we have not been as active on the speaking circuit…we are now ready for that to change.  It is time for us to get back to doing what we do.

We are excited to be turning our focus back to getting out on the road and bringing some anarchy to the stage and helping people and organizations around the country make some magic happen.  We are looking forward to delivering a very unique message (including props) at RecruitFest this fall in Boston and are ready to start booking gigs for 2011.  To help with this, we have asked someone else to join our team, and we will be introducing her in the next few days.

If you are ready for a little anarchy, now is a great time for us to put your event on our calendar.

Thank you for your support.

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