There is something inherently true, wonderful, and limitless about the concept of taking your life into your own hands – and then guiding it where you want it to go. You are in the driver's seat, and through your own force of will make the path & story of your life something to be remembered, and even followed. In this presentation Carlos Fontana will describe several habits that can help anyone achieve their goals & improve. Through reading, listening, and associating he will outline strategies that will help you harness the power generated by making positive choices – no matter the economic or social environment. He will also elaborate on the power of giving to receive. How providing things to others first, will allow you to reap the benefits of responsible living your whole life.
Carlos Fontana has a BS degree in Agronomic Engineering from the Federal University of Santa Maria, Brazil, and Masters and Doctoral degrees in Agricultural Engineering Technology from Michigan State University. He served at the Kellogg Company for 21 years in several positions, including Director of Cost Innovation. He then left the corporate world in 2007 to follow his entrepreneurial spirit, which has served him very well thus far.
Carlos will be coming all the way from Michigan to Philadelphia on Thursday, May 30th and staying until June 1st. We've managed to convince him to come to Philadelphia to do a series of talks for us -- the first of which is described below.
The Economic Ages and the Intra & Entrepreneurs of Leadership
Date and time: Thursday, May 30th 2013, 7.30pm
Venue: The Philadelphia Building, 1315 Walnut Street Suite 320, Philadelphia, PA
There will be two sessions for the night:
1) The Economic Ages and the Intra and Entrepreneurs of Leadership
2) The LIFE Business – The unprecedented opportunity to build a Compensated Leadership Community.
Feel Free to invite your friends. Attendance is free.
Please rsvp as seats will be limited.