29 Mar The Brain Train to Boston
I had the recent pleasure of whisking to Boston for business on the Acela with an extraordinary professional colleague, now admired friend. She epitomizes the quote penned by Leonard E Read, ” The person who fears to try is thus enslaved.” Let’s just say my client and trusted friend has been modeling freedom for many for decades. She’s the kind of person most of us aspire to become…smart, funny, generous and resilient. It takes consistent work to hone these skills and more than a few years of courageous living to master these leadership qualities. Which one do you value most or find most challenging to develop?
We’re back from Boston now but I’ll be sharing some insights gained on that brain train before heading to another insurance conference in Atlantic City. Join us for some great networking crafted by DNB Events, Fair Haven. If you’re local, join us to assess your sociability and global citizenry skills. I’ll be presenting on “Being Social” at Teak Rooftop, Red Bank Tuesday April 4th 6-9pm to benefit Habitat for Humanity.
On Wednesday April 12 8am at Colts Neck Municipal Center, we’ll be talking about your International IQ as a global citizen with the Colts Neck Business Association.