A recent study out of Carroll University in Wisconsin found there are distinct differences between "dog people" and "cat people". Hmm...which category would you be in?
According to the study, "dog people" are generally more energetic and outgoing. They tend to follow the rules and are seeking companionship. That seems logical as dogs are livelier, more sociable and interested in playing outside.
On the other hand, just like their cats who like to stay inside, "cat people" are more likely to be introverts, non-conformists, want affection, and be sensitive home bodies.
This illustrates just a small microcosm of the differences in people throughout our world. As a meeting planner, you are called upon to find speakers to meet the needs of many different people, not just "dog people" and "cat people." ☺
At Capitol City Speakers Bureau, we help you find speakers who will address the unique needs of your audience. What do you hope to accomplish with this meeting? Do you want to encourage and motivate your employees? Do you need to address specific concerns or challenges in your business? Whatever your need, we will listen carefully to you and work in partnership to identify the right speaker. The Capitol City Speakers Bureau is proud to have worked with hundreds and hundreds of organizations over the past 22 years, and we are honored to use our personal expertise to make your event a success.
I'm not sure we should even mention this, but the study also suggests cat lovers are more intelligent than dog lovers.