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You probably already know how much I like to keep professionals informed of what’s going on in the Milwaukee area? I listed a few of the events below and you can always join us at MeetUp.com to find more. http://www.meetup.com/Milwaukee-Business-Professionals/
++Milwaukee Area Personal & Professional Development Opportunities++
Have More FUN + Take Your Company to the Next Level with Boaz
Thursday 12/8/2011 11:45am-2:30pm.
Held at Herzing University (555 South Executive Drive, Brookfield, WI) Register on MeetUp; http://www.meetup.com/Milwaukee-Business-Professionals/events/41435342/
Please welcome internationally known speaker, Boaz. He’s really that good; he only needs one name! Come have Lunch n’ Learn with us!
I have personally experienced Boaz live and in person a year ago. He is an amazing, energetic, charismatic speaker who will get you fired up to make some personal changes to fire up your life! If you have difficulty speaking to or connecting with others, this is the place for you. Or, if you just want to be the best you can be and work on your self-growth to be able to build your business, be at Herzing University on December 8th.
Please check in at 11:45am. Lunch will be served promptly from noon-12:30pm. The presentation will begin at 12:30 and all food cleared out of the way so we can get to work. Please arrive promptly at or before noon, so you don’t miss lunch. We will be serving hot Italian entrees, pasta and sauce, salad, bread, coffee & bottled water.
We have a strict limit of 30 seats for this exclusive engagement. Corporations pay thousands of dollars to have Boaz train and inspire their employees. We have the distinct pleasure to enjoy an inspirational message from Boaz and a delicious lunch for only $20. Register early because this will fill up and I hate to see people miss out because of procrastination. http://www.meetup.com/Milwaukee-Business-Professionals/events/41435342/
Here is a small sample of some of his work;
The Tiberias Success Formula
By Boaz Rauchwerger
Step 1: Affirmations. These are statements of goals you desire, written as if they were already accomplished, with an emotion added. If the goal is time-sensitive, set a date. Read your affirmations the first thing each morning and the last thing each night. Set goals that are achievable, reach them and then raise them. Do not analyze the “how.” Just clarify an exciting “why.”
Step 2: The 31-Day Charge. Listen for 2 or 3 minutes to a positive CD, while you get ready in the morning. The first 15 minutes of the day will set your mood for the entire day.
Step 3: Readings. It’s much more productive to familiarize yourself with a few basic human relations techniques, and make them a part of you, than to read many books and not internalize any of them. I recommend “How to Win Friends and Influence People” by Dale Carnegie and “Think and Grow Rich” by Napoleon Hill. Read just one page each day in each book. When completed, read the books again.
Step 4: Exercise & Eat Right. Take a few minutes, two or three times a week, to get some exercise. Great mental energy is created when you’re in good physical shape. Balanced and controlled eating will help you live longer and healthier.
Step 5: The Fortune Fund. Carry a $100 bill at all times. It will make you feel prosperous. Save some money every day. Get an envelope and put a dollar bill or more in it every day. Stop charging impulsively and place $20 bills around the house.
Step 6: Action. Take some kind of action every day on your most important goal. Small steps, over time, turn into giant leaps.
Check out a video featuring Boaz
Tell your LinkedIn connections about it. http://linkd.in/rQ6cTj If they hear that Boaz was in town and you didn’t invite them, they may never forgive you!
Networking 101 with Larry Bain and Karin Conway
Monday, December 5, 2011, 9:00 AM
Latte Cafe 13780 W Greenfield Ave # 775, Brookfield, WI (map)
Price: $10.00/per person Regster; http://www.meetup.com/Milwaukee-Business-Professionals/events/39488922/
Monday December 5th from 9-11am
This will be a hands-on course that will help answer any questions you have about Networking. Whether you area seasoned vet looking for a refresher course or you are brand new to business ownership and networking. We will cover topics such as: effective places to meet people, in-person networking, proper attire, proper handshakes, online networking, networking etiquette, creating power partners, effective one on one meetings, use of business cards, pay it forward mindset, etc.
Please bring a friend along who could use some networking help. We will limit attendance to 10 participants to allow for a closer interactive experience.
Please register on Meetup if you will attend. http://www.meetup.com/Milwaukee-Business-Professionals/events/39488922/
Training held at the beautiful Latte Cafe –Inside Greenbrook Suites, 13780 W Greenfield Ave. Brookfield, WI 53005 (Greenfield and Sunnyslope. From Bluemound, take Sunnyslope south and turn left. From the west take I94 east to Moorland south and east to address. From the south, take Moorland or Sunnyslope north to Greenfield.)
Cost is only $10 for a two hour training session. As always, PRO Alliance Members attend all PRO sponsored events for free. First time guests and business students also enjoy complimentary admission. This class will be offered at various times throughout 2011, approximately every 6weeks.
Please share with your LinkedIn network.
WCTC Small Business Connections Networking Group Meeting
Richard T. Anderson Education Center 800 Main Street, Pewaukee, WI
Wednesday, December 7 from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Online Registration Required: www.wctc.edu/smallbizmeeting
Registration Deadline: Monday, December 5 at Noon
Join us for an evening of networking, relationship-building and the ever-popular “Ask the Experts” panel. Come with plenty of questions for our panel of practicing professionals eager to provide you with the answers you need to succeed. (Karin Conway and Larry Bain are on the Panel) Our expert panel will answer your specific questions focused in the areas of small business accounting, technology, marketing/sales and social media/branding. Special thank you to those who attended the September Connections meeting and helped us identify topics for our panel! The event is free, but online registration in advance is required. Please RSVP only if you plan to attend.
Look forward to seeing my friends and colleagues in December!
P.S. As in past years, we want to celebrate the holidays by asking all attendees to make a $10 cash donation at the door to the Salvation Army. We will collect and forward all contributions to a very worthy charity that will put the funds to great use in our community! Visit; www.salvationarmyusa.org for more info!
Manager, Small Business Center
Waukesha County Technical College
Thursday, December 8th, 2011 Wisconsin Business Consortium presents; Lessons From Successful Companies. 7:30am networking, 8:00 program.
Sheraton Brookfield Hotel (Just North of I-94) 375 S. Moorland Road, Brookfield, WI
Includes a continental breakfast. Free event, invite only.
Send RSVP email to Chris Wacker at firstname.lastname@example.org
I have attended WBC events in past and they always deliver an enormous amount of real content for busy professionals in just over an hour.
Save the date Saturday January 21st HOLISTIC HEALTH & WELLNESS FAIR
At the Marian Center in Bayview
I hope to see you out and about soon!