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August 07, 2008



Great it would be awesome to have you here!
Namaste and welcome.


Garr am so sure you'll love India...wish I could attend as well...wishing you loads of fun from Nuremberg..


Great! Welcome to India Garr.


Hello Garr,
Would love to attend, but costs are prohibitively expensive. But I guess for someone as popular as you, it is justified.
Would have been a pleasure to meet you? Maybe when I am higher up in the ladder.



Thanks everyone. Natti, which city are you in? Yes, these things are not cheap. I'm sorry. However, I will try to do something in each city that is free or very low cost (such as shorter preso at a university, or a book signing, etc.).

Also, very, very sorry for the sudden schedule change. It was not my idea, but I support the decision to delay due to the circumstances mentioned above. With more time to plan we can make the tour now even better. Thanks very much for your understanding...


thanks a lot


Hello Garr,
I live in Bangalore. Really appreciate your effort to conduct other less expensive events. Hope the organizers are able to put it into your schedule. There many bookstores in Bangalore which would be glad to have you for a book signing session. Some of the popular and appropriate ones in Bangalore would be Crossword(Brigade Road), Landmark(in Forum Mall) or Oxford Bookstore(in Leela Palace, you might just end up staying there).



Hi Garr,

Any delay is worth the wait to hear you talk in person!!!

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Sad news for Indian people,but anyway,there's nothing to lose and everything to gain.I hope that you consider making a tour not only in India but also all over the world.


Looking forward to meet you in india.
Greetings form India


What about visiting Kolkata?
We would be waiting to meet you here...

Gilda Bonanno

I think it will be wonderful for you to visit India. I just returned from conducting training programs in leadership and career development for a corporate client in Bangalore. The programs included a module on communication and presentation skills - and I applied the Presentation Zen principles to my slides. The participants responded very well to the training and the concepts of "less is more" and "visuals beat bullets."
They were very eager to learn and very engaged in the training. This was my 10th trip to India and each time, I'm amazed by the diversity of the country and the resilience of the people. Have a wonderful trip!

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