Open Letter to PMI Triad Chapter

First of all, thanks to my good friends at the Ettain Group for sponsoring my presentation last night (4/9/2012). I threw down a challenge to get my presentation sponsored and the Ettain Group stepped up to the plate. – Thank you very much folks.

With 80 or more people in the room, the buzz was magnificent. It was exciting to see so many people chatting with other members before the meeting got started. A month is a long time and lots of interesting stuff happens during that time. Lots of exciting stuff got shared with fellow members last night.

Thanks to the good folks @ Pepper Moon for another great meal. I admit I wanted extra servings of that cheese cake. I also admit I did not do it.  Angela does a great job setting up for the meal and taking care of us during dinner.  Thanks Angela

Thank you Alan, Bobbi and everyone else who helped me get ready for and deliver my presentation.

Thanks to Lexi, Denise, Glen, Bobbi, Michael and everyone else who jumped into the Twitter-sphere to share the message(s).

I could tell that the group was engaged in the presentation “Networking for Mutual Benefit“®. All eyes were looking at me, there were no side discussions going on and mostly everyone got my one-liners. As a public speaker, it’s always more enjoyable to give a presentation that the group is eager to hear.

To be able to engage Nora, JR, Barbara, Linda, Susan, Scott, Mark, David, Bobbi, Glen, Michael, Sean, Alan, Chris, the entire team from the Ettain Group, (and so many others that I know I failed to forget), added so much to the presentation and follow up discussion.

To make the night even better, dozens of you hung around afterwards and got into more great Networking activity. That made the evening for me.

I got to chat with a few members who wanted to know more about what I do and even shared some ideas of helping students at some of the local universities and colleges. Ideas bounced all around during some good conversations.

Thanks again for having me as your presenter last night folks.

Stay true to “Networking for Mutual Benefit“® folks and I assure you that you will succeed on your journey thru life.

Teddy

Author: NCWiseman

I am a Networking Strategist and LinkedIn coach and Trainer. I live by my personal edict, "Networking is finding, developing and nurturing relationships that mutually move people forward thru life." I want to help people become better Networkers and better LinkedIn users focused on their business and career goals.

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