Are you ready to be energized?
After last week’s episode in which I talked about being in a funk, today I bring the energizing Patrick Snow to talk about managing work, family, and doing work that we love.
Be ready to take notes and be inspired!
Click the “play” button on top of this post to listen to my conversation with Patrick Snow.
This coming Friday, April 11th, my PMI chapter (PMI Southwestern Ontario) will be holding its 11th annual symposium. I’m very excited to attend (and present!) at this event, and also meet Patrick Snow, my guest on the podcast today, in person.
The theme for this year’s symposium is very intriguing: “Empowerment + Inspiration = Business Success – The formula for energizing projects to optimize results.”
I would love an opportunity to meet you as well if you can make it! If you’re not familiar with London, Ontario, it is located a mere 2-drive from Toronto, Detroit, or Buffalo, NY. Patrick Snow will be of the keynote speakers at the 2014 PMI Southwestern Ontario Symposium.
I will also be presenting one of the breakout sessions, which is titled “Leverage the Internet to Empower Your Career, Image, and Reputation.”
Come out to London to meet me and Patrick Snow!
Patrick Snow is an international best-selling author, professional keynote speaker, and publishing and book marketing coach. He discovered his gift for speaking at the age of 17, and has since electrified more than 2,500 audiences worldwide to create their own destinies and get more
out of life.
Patrick’s “DESTINY” message has been recognized in major newspapers such as The New York Times, as well as featured as a cover story in USA TODAY.
Patrick is author of the international bestseller, Creating Your Own Destiny, which has sold more than 250,000 copies since its first printing in 2001. This book and his second book, The Affluent Entrepreneur, have both been picked up John Wiley & Sons in New York.
Patrick’s mission is to help others overcome their fears by turning their career distress into personal success. Originally from Michigan, Patrick graduated from the University of Montana in 1991, and has lived in the Seattle area until 2013 and now resides in Maui, Hawaii.