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Zoom Meeting: Are You Making Your Dreams Come True? Speaker: Marina Shakour Haber Date: 8/20/2020 Time: 6:30pm check in; 7:00pm Speaker starts You do not check in until 8/20/2020 If you need practice on a zoom meeting, please contact Ann at [masked]. Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84606521249?pwd=YnVHYU1qVzJseHMyWTBEQ0RaOHNwZz09 Meeting ID:[masked] Passcode:[masked] One tap mobile [masked],,[masked]#,,,,,,0#,,264924# US (Chicago) [masked],,[masked]#,,,,,,0#,,264924# US (New York) Dial by your location [masked] US (Chicago) [masked] US (New York) [masked] US (Germantown) [masked] US (Houston) [masked] US (San Jose) [masked] US (Tacoma) Meeting ID:[masked] Passcode:[masked] Find your local number: https://us02web.zoom.us/u/kUvN7X0eX About the Topic Do you tell yourself that you will be happy ‘when the right person enters your life…when you win the lottery…when you make more money, get the promotion, have the car, buy the new house…Yada Yada Yada’? Well, then you live conditionally! Is there anything you tell yourself you will do ‘when you have the time, when the conditions are more favorable, when the economy is better, Yada Yada Yada’? Yes, you live conditionally too. When you believe that your dreams come true when these external conditions occur, you will never be happy. There's a good chance you are resisting your dreams and focusing on not making them come true. Instead, you need to pivot your mindset, focus on what you want and feel joy no matter what happens all around you. Making your dreams come true is really all about being happy. Success is all about being happy. Life is all about being happy, yet few can say that they’re truly happy. Why is that? What can you do to change that? Find out how to alter your thinking, your beliefs and your feelings. Find out how small, incremental modifications in your behavior, habits and attitudes can create enormous positive changes in your life. That’s what making your dreams come true is all about! In this presentation, Marina Shakour Haber, explains how Universal Laws work with or against you, with or without your knowledge, and how you can influence and direct them to your benefit making your dreams come true. Marina is a Positive Mindset Coach who works with people who are transitioning from a place that no longer feels good or works for them but lack clarity, direction or purpose to get them to where they want to be. She wrote book, Dream A Better Dream, and created the online program, Your GPS to Success, because she absolutely believes that there is a better future awaiting us and a better way to getting there. Marina is also a motivational speaker. Her contact information is: Marina Shakour Haber [masked] www.dreamabetterdreamnow.com Cell[masked]
An Evening with Dave Aronberg, State Attorney Tuesday, September 8,[masked]:30 PM to 8:30 PM EDT Online event https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82952482904?pwd=RnFpYXlueDNNY3hIdkpkM3hyS3Rtdz09 Details 6:30pm Zoom check-in; 7pm Speaker Begins Topic: An Evening with Dave Aronberg, State Attorney Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82952482904?pwd=RnFpYXlueDNNY3hIdkpkM3hyS3Rtdz09 Meeting ID:[masked] Password:[masked] One tap mobile [masked],,[masked]#,,,,0#,,286008# US (Chicago) [masked],,[masked]#,,,,0#,,286008# US (New York) Dial by your location [masked] US (Chicago) [masked] US (New York) [masked] US (Germantown) [masked] US (Houston) [masked] US (San Jose) [masked] US (Tacoma) Find your local number: https://us02web.zoom.us/u/kq8aacsLw About the topic: TBBA Biography of Dave Aronberg Dave Aronberg was elected State Attorney for the 15th Judicial Circuit in November 2012 and re-elected without opposition in 2016 and 2020. He is a former Assistant Attorney General, White House Fellow and Florida Senator. As State Attorney, Aronberg leads a team of 120 prosecutors and 220 professional staff in five offices throughout Palm Beach County. Aronberg’s leadership has led to a significant increase in conviction rates for both felonies and misdemeanors, a decrease in the number of juveniles direct filed into adult court, and a greatly improved working relationship with local, state and federal law enforcement agencies. In July 2016, he created a Sober Homes Task Force that has made more than 105 arrests for patient brokering and insurance fraud in the rehab industry, and has led to new Florida laws and regulations that have become the model for other states. Aronberg's efforts also convinced Google to restrict advertisements and improve screening for addiction treatment. The crackdown in rogue sober homes and corrupted drug treatment led to a 40% decrease in opioid overdose deaths in Palm Beach County in 2018, compared to 2017. Dave Aronberg was born in Miami. He attended public schools before going on to graduate with honors from Harvard College and Harvard Law School. After graduation, he worked in the litigation department of a large South Florida law firm while also working closely with Insurance Commissioner Bill Nelson to investigate European insurance companies that refused to honor World War II-era policies sold to victims of the Holocaust. In 2000, Aronberg was selected to be one of 15 White House Fellows from across the country. In this nonpartisan position, he served in two presidential administrations as a Special Assistant to the Secretary of the Treasury Department for international money laundering, including the laundering of terrorist assets. Dave Aronberg was elected to the State Senate in 2002 as its youngest member and served until 2010. Focusing on criminal justice and consumer protection issues, Aronberg passed major identity theft and port security legislation and served as the Chairman of the Military Affairs and Domestic Security Committee. He also served as Chair of the Everglades Restoration Committee, where he advocated for accelerating water storage projects and additional State and Federal support for Florida’s “River of Grass.” In 2010, Aronberg returned to the Florida Attorney General’s Office as a Special Prosecutor for Prescription Drug Trafficking. In his role as the Attorney General’s “Drug Czar,” Aronberg led an anti-pill mill initiative that helped clean up the pain clinic industry and reduced the record number of people dying each day from oxycodone abuse. His work to save lives from drug overdoses continues as a top priority to this day.