In Pursuit of Truly Great

Registration for Yellowship, Lessonly’s first annual user conference, opens today. In honor of that, I’m taking a break from my regular note to share our thoughts on what it means to hold a great conference:

  1. Great conferences are set in inspiring spaces.
  2. Great conferences feature speakers who respect the audience’s circumstances; they offer ideas that are both important *and* practical.
  3. Great conferences bring people together who want to learn new things, meet new people, and see new places. Attendees leave feeling more energized than when they arrived.

By the same token, these three ideas don’t just apply to conferences. Creating space for inspiration, talking about things that matter, and cultivating connection are worthwhile pursuits for any leader looking to build a truly great team.

Yellowship is going to be a great conference, and we’d love for you to be a part of it. Speakers are rolling in, and we’ll keep adding them over the coming months. Learn more here.

Cannot wait to see you in Indy. We promise to make it worth your while.

—Max

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