One of my favorite pages in the magazine is our back page, “Post Con,” where we ask personal questions of some of the industry’s most well-known leaders (and characters). All of a sudden, they are transformed from someone you might see on stage at a Meeting Professionals International convention to someone you’d like to get to know better. (She wants to learn piano, too, or I can’t believe he admitted he hates exercise!) There’s a kinship in this industry that’s inherent in what we do for a ...

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