Come ‘Wine Down’ on Wednesday, March 13 @ Executive Office Suites with speakers Robert Geiger and David Rendall. I’ve seen both these guys in action and I know they will equip you with some profound content. You’re in for a special treat with these two phenomenal speakers! Wine will be provided from the Chocolate Boutique and will include special samples of their best wines (including their chocolate wine and chocolate!)
** We are excited to have local personal growth expert, Leslie Flowers, as a sponsor for this week's Wine Down Wednesday. Leslie helps people tap into their infinite potential, proving to themselves that they are capable of more than they ever imagined! Leslie's programs in success principles, goal setting, self image, and emotional intelligence are tried and true, with sustainable measurable results by participants over time. Read bottom for a special 'Wine Down' deal from Leslie! (*****)
Here’s a bit more about our speakers:
** Robert Geiger is the rapid business growth expert who prepares organizations for opportunity. Roberts puts people, process and best practices in place to unlock your unlimited growth potential. Robert's topic is "Are you ready for RAPID Growth?" Peter Drucker once said, "Opportunity favors the prepared mind. If opportunity knocks at the door you have to open it." Do you have a prepared mind? If your marketing plans worked perfectly, could you handle the growth? Find out if you have a growth mindset. Why tread water when you can run the rapids - rapid growth!
** David Rendall is a speaker, leadership professor, stand-up comedian and endurance athlete. During the last fifteen years he has spoken to audiences throughout the United States, South America, Africa and Australia. David has a doctor of management degree in organizational leadership, as well as a graduate degree in psychology. He is the author of The Four Factors of Effective Leadership, The Freak Factor and The Freak Factor for Kids.
Here’s more about David’s book: The Freak Factor: Discovering Uniqueness by Flaunting Weakness
"We've been taught by our parents, teacher and managers that if we want to be successful, we need to find and fix our weaknesses. What if they were wrong and our weaknesses were actually the best clue to our strengths? I want to show you how to be more effective by embracing weaknesses, instead of trying to fix them."
See you at ‘Wine Down’ on March 13 @ Executive Office Suites!!
***** Special from Leslie Flowers: Friday March 15: Foundational principles of success (Carnegie), human levels of awareness, universal law, self worth, goal setting, and the subconscious mind, 9-1, N. Raleigh, with 'Wine Down' discount. Use coupon code WDW at this site: http://leslie-flowers-events.eventbrite.com
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