You work hard all year round in your business-
solving problems, putting out fires, responding to crises, managing employees, placating customers…
You are busy all the time working in your business.
How about taking some time for yourself-
to work on your business, to think about your leadership, to enrich your personal life, to socialize with like-minded individuals,to take a break from the daily grind and get away to a beautiful, relaxing setting…
Pull your nose away from the grindstone and enrich your life and your business by attending:
Strategies For Success 2017
Pinehurst Golf Resort
April 3-5, 2017
The Pinehurst luxury resort has three hotels, a condo community, and golf courses that have hosted the U.S. Open. The main hotel on site, the Carolina, is over a century old and has luxury rooms with marble bathrooms and suites with minibars. There are four dining options on site, plus three bars, a spa, an exercise room and nine golf courses.
Strategies for Success Agenda
Monday, April 3: Arrive and check in
6:00p.m. Welcome Cocktail Reception on the Terrace of Carolina Hall
oEnjoy Drinks and Hors D’oeuvres on us!
8:00p.m. "Dutch Treat" Dinner ‐ at your choice of five restaurants at the Inn on Biltmore Estate!
Tuesday, April 4:
Personal Day (with Spouses) - 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Buffet Breakfast in the Carolina Hotel Included
“Triggers” by Marshall Goldsmith
Our environment is filled with “triggers” that cause us to be irritated, flustered or angry
As our environment exerts its influence on us, we forget our
intentions and become tired and depleted
Goldsmith offers a “magic bullet” in the form of “active” questions which measure effort, not results
A personal playbook on how to achieve change in our lives, make it stick, and become the person we want to be
Awards Reception Dinner at The Donald Ross Grill and Veranda – 6:00 - 10:00 p.m.
Don’t Miss This Annual Tradition of Personalized Awards for our Members!
Wednesday, April 5:
Business Day – 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Buffet Breakfast Included
“The Barefoot Spirit” – Michael Houlihan and Bonnie Harvey
The story of the little winery that broke all the rules and left its footprints across an industry
An entrepreneurial guidebook that’s a lesson in creative thinking, optimism, using your lack of money and experience, and how to learn from the astounding number of mistakes you make
It’s also a lesson about people—how listening to everyone is the first way to solve problems