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Hi All -
Hope everybody is enjoying the summer - we have a couple of news items for you:
Welcome Susan and Aaron!
We would like to welcome our newest members to our chapter:
It's great to have motivated professionals join our group and we look forward to learning more about your businesses!
No Meeting July 1
In observance of the 4th of July, we will not be having a meeting on Thursday, July 1. Happy 4th of July!
As some of you know, our previous (immensely talented) graphic artist, Chris Wilson, resigned to pursue his music career. He's finished his album, 'EARTHBOUND', and is selling it on his web site. Vist his site at endoxi.com, show your support and pick up a signed album!
Thought for the Week
I just finished Seth Godin's book, Tribes - it's a quick read, and I recommend it to anybody interested in getting some fresh perspectives on leadership.
We choose not to be remarkable because we are worried about criticism…
...so the challenge, as you contemplate your next opportunity to be boring or remarkable, is to answer these two questions:
- If I get criticized for this, will I suffer any measurable impact? Will I lose my job, get hit up side the head with a softball bat, or lose important friendships? If the only side effect of the criticism is that you will feel bad about the criticism, then you have to compare that bad feeling with the benefits you’ll get from actually doing something worth doing. Being remarkable is exciting, fun, profitable, and great for your career. Feeling bad wears off. And then, once you’ve compared the bad feeling and the benefits, and you’ve sold yourself on taking the remarkable path, answer this one:
- How can I create something critics will criticize?
I look forward to seeing everybody at our next meeting, on July 8.
Greetings San Diego Networkers! We had a great WIN LeTip meeting at the Riverwalk Golf Course clubhouse with lots of guests this morning. We love guests and invite anyone who wants to check out San Diego’s Premier Networking Group to check out our website at www.wealthinnetworking.org.
For warm-up, Mikel Bruce of Tiny Frog Technology our internet website designer took us through some yoga stretches for our shoulders and chest. One of these days we will all be able to straighten our arms the way Mikel can. As a side note, Mikel mentioned a free Yoga class Thursday evenings at 6pm at La Jolla Shores all summer long. So come and join Mikel and get yourself stretched out and limber.
Good news for the week, Debbie Bonham of Sew What Tailoring will finally be going on vacation. And Michael Calabrese of Michael’s Painting finished his flip house and already has one offer on it. Way to go Michael and while he is enjoying selling his house he will be in Hawaii celebrating his mother’s 85th birthday.
Our guests today were:
- Michael Rodgers – SG Carter Consultants, Inc which is our tax accounting firm and they can help set you up and get you the most money possible out of your tax returns.
- Melissa Kifowit – www.2gotools.com, a printer that can do any of your printing needs for much less.
- Michelle Holper – a Hairstylist that works at stil at the meridian. She can do anything you would like to your hair including cut, color and styling.
- JulieAnn Kulla – 858Graphics a graphic design and wide format print firm that specializes in trade shows, banners and graphic design.
- Douglas Fremdling – Propacific Builders window and door division. He can help you with all your window and door needs. Today Doug was voted in as our newest member at the end of the meeting.
On Wednesday May 26th, we are having our meeting in the evening from 6pm to 8pm at the Riverwalk Golfcourse Clubhouse, with a very special business motivational speaker, Topher Morrison. This is an “open house” type of event and you are encouraged to invite friends that might be interested in the business and networking opportunities that WIN LeTip offers and to hear Topher speak. If you send the invitation to your email lists then we can get a really great turnout for Topher and his business building motivational speaking that includes 8 ways to make money depending upon your personality.
Greetings San Diego Networkers! We had an awesome WIN LeTip meeting at the Riverwalk Golf Course clubhouse.
For warm-up, Wayne Fletcher our Auto Detailer had us all stand up and turn sideways and then proceed to massage the shoulders of the person in front of us! Way to go Wayne what a relaxing way to start the day.
Good news for the week, Rich Yumul of Sagetree Solutions is a finalist for the best emerging business in San Diego, a great honor for Rich pointing out his excellent business skills. Patty Sterling of Pacific Coast Trust announced that her homeschooled daughter received a score of 98% on all of her tests. Patty, you missed your calling you should have been a teacher. Christiana Rodgers our Financial Planner with ING announced that her new website is approved, and up and running so take a look at www.ingsandiego.com and you can really receive a lot of great information for planning your future. Carol Lord-Heuschele of C3 Marketing Consulting announced that she has a new 4x4, finally!
Our guests today were Panh Onpacng a Mobile Automotive Mechanic and Justin Shaw who works with Wayne Fletcher at Mr. Michael’s Auto Detailing.
As a special recognition, Wayne was awarded movie tickets for having six tips in one month.
Our massage therapist category is now open so anyone that wants to invite their favorite masseuse, do it now because that category fills up fast and they usually receive a lot of tips.
We also had a little tutorial on Assumptive Tipping from Mikel Bruce of Tiny Frog Technologies. The basic premise of assumptive tipping is using email to introduce prospects to each other. What you do is send information to the lead and to the person being tipped. That way they both have each other’s information and can easily get in contact with each other. Remember to include both people’s information or else it’s not a tip. This is an easy way to reach your 4 tip a month requirement.