Do you recognize the significance of truth, awareness, creativity, and love in business and life? Are you a leader prepared to Level Up and looking for “the others?” Me too.
Delve into deep conversations over dinner and build meaningful relationships with people you can learn from. Life is full of blurred lines--work/life balance isn’t a thing. It’s all life. Come curious and prepared to engage in facilitated discussions that tap into the knowledge and expertise of everyone at that table. Expect to show up as a unique individual open to experience the creativity, power, wisdom and resiliency that forms in the trusted space of the group.
Big Talk takes Mastermind and Networking dinners to the next level. Entrepreneurs, business savvy people, creatives...all are welcome.
FAQs What is Big Talk? Big Talk is discussion that pushes beyond the small talk. It's open-ended. It's truthful, curageous talk that touches upon the issues that really matter to you. Why over dinner? The dinner table is common ground, a unifier, a place for community. It doesn't have an agenda or a timeclock. Meaningful relationships build over shared experiences, honest reflection, challenging questions, and full bellies. What's for dinner? Chef Greg Thomas will craft and prepare a multi-course meal crafted from the freshest local and seasonal ingredients and paired with the perfect wines. What if I have food allergies,intolerances, or aversions? Chef Greg Thomas will do his best to accommodate everyone. We will attempt to accommodate everyone committed to Big Talk. Email Lisa with details: email@example.com subject: Big Talk Food Where is it? We will send the exact location to all confirmed registrants What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event? Car: Street parking via Charlestown Permit until 8pm. 2 hour parking in select areas, free-for-all after 8pm T: Community College stop on the Orange Line Bus: 93 or 92 Alternative: Rideshare, water taxi, legs, bike, scooter... What can I bring into the event? You, an active mind, an interest in talking about big things, and similarly motivated friends How can I contact the organizer with any questions? Email Lisa: firstname.lastname@example.org with subject: Big Talk What are the ground rules? - Cell phones checked at the door - Be punctual (in and out): Arrival at 6:00, first course at 6:30, end of night at 10:00 - Be courteous to the hosts and server - Seating will be assigned. Show up. There will be 12 people at the table. - Be truthful, authentic, and generous in your communication - Have an active mind and be prepared to engaged courageously in talk --willing to talk about the things that really matter to you - No Sales Pitches - Follow the Berlin Code of Conduct Who's the Chef? Greg Thomas, Bespoke Soirees New England