Nancy Giere

Nancy Giere

SpeakerMatch

Be more playful, productive and profitable

In her quick-witted, entertaining style, Nancy packs every speech with humor, how-to’s, wisdom, and funny personal stories that send a powerful message. Choose from a variety of ready-to-go programs, or ask Nancy to create a custom program!

Fee Range: $2,500 - $5,000
Travels from Williamsburg, VA (US)

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Nancy Giere
Nancy Giere - Motivational Speaker

Nancy Giere Associates, Inc.

Be more playful, productive and profitable

In her quick-witted, entertaining style, Nancy packs every speech with humor, how-to’s, wisdom, and funny personal stories that send a powerful message. Choose from a variety of ready-to-go programs, or ask Nancy to create a custom program!

Fee Range: $2,500 - $5,000
Travels from Williamsburg, VA

Affiliations:
  • The National Speakers Association
Nancy Giere - Motivational Speaker

Nancy Giere

Nancy Giere Associates, Inc.

Be more playful, productive and profitable

In her quick-witted, entertaining style, Nancy packs every speech with humor, how-to’s, wisdom, and funny personal stories that send a powerful message. Choose from a variety of ready-to-go programs, or ask Nancy to create a custom program!

Fee Range: $2,500 - $5,000
Travels from: Williamsburg, VA

Affiliations:
  • The National Speakers Association

For more information about booking Nancy Giere,
Visit http://www.speakermatch.com/profile/NancyGiere/
Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Blog Postings

Rebranding: Recipes for Success

When I was putting together the Artists Dream Retreat, I spent quite a bit of time brainstorming different themes for this program. My initial premise was to use glass fusing as a metaphor and to expand the Fusing a Fuller Life Concept. During a brainstorming session with a friend she said “the way you put […]...

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365 Days of Creativity – Days 151 to 156 Creativity and the Flu

Creating every day is easy because it’s a key part of who I am, even if I’m not feeling well.  On the 13th I felt really sick to stomach. One thought that ran through my mind was that if I had to go to the hospital, how would I let my husband know which knitting […]...

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Make Something Every Day for 365 Days – Day 150 It’s What’s On The Inside That Counts

The surface of an object doesn’t always tell the complete story, sometimes you need to look inside to get the complete picture. Studio Work Here is one of the pattern bars I fired on the 6th.  Not too exciting to look at.  In fact it’s pretty ugly.   The magic happens when you slice them. […]...

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365 Days of Creativity – Day 149 Intention & Design

Putting things together in a new and different way is a part of the creative process, sometimes the result is a rousing success and sometimes it opens the door to new ideas. Studio Work I had a request from a customer to use the components form one of my linked bracelets for a necklace.  I […]...

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365 Days of Creativity – Day 148 Focus

Do you like to work on creative projects that require complete focus and attention or do you like to work on projects that allow let your mind wander or socialize?  I like to strike a balance between the two.   My choice is usually based on what I need to complete or what I’m compelled […]...

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Make Something Every Day for 365 Days – Day 147 Break Time

Now that all my glass work made it to the Atlanta Gift show, I need to take a short break and shift my attention to something else.  After a period of focused work I like to work on projects that allow my mind to wander. Studio Work Today I took all my scrap glass in […]...

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365 Days of Creativity – Day 146 It’s Always Something

I got everything, labeled, priced, packed and shipped to the show.  I updated my price list and created a line sheet for the new items.  I just changed to Microsoft Office 2010, so it took me twice as long to update and create these documents.  It’s always something.  I made it FedEx by 5 P.M. […]...

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Make Something Every Day for 365 Days – Day 145 The Big Finish

Well I made it; I created new work for the Atlanta Gift show.  I’m very happy with how the new wall hanging turned out.  I think these will be a great addition to my line.  The best part about getting ready for this show was that new ideas started to flow again and I my […]...

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365 Days of Creativity – Day 144 Patience

Glass fusing has taught me patience.  Each step takes a certain amount of time.  When you fire up the kiln you need to ensure that your firing schedule or time frame is right for the project.  If you push the schedule you may end up with pieces that crack or break.  The end result is […]...

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365 Days of Creativity – Day 143 Simple but Elegant – 1/2/2012

I’m in the final three days of getting work ready for the Atlanta Gift Show.   What struck me today was that my time to create new work for this event is coming to an end and the best strategy is create work that is simple and elegant. Studio Work I set up a tried and […]...

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