And it might just change the way you think about your working life…

Conversation That Matter

Why do YOU do what you do?

Have you ever asked yourself questions like these?

  1. What gets you out of bed in the morning?
  2. Why do you do what you do?
  3. What really matters to you in your work life?

These are questions that I’ve certainly pondered over the years.

 

It took me a while to work out my answers, and I’m going to be sharing these online in a discussion with my good friend and Business Mentor Paul Dunn.

You might just be surprised where the conversation goes….  

We’ll be talking about client relationships, business ethics, how to build businesses that really matter and so much more.

So if you own a business, or manage a team in a business, you might just get some interesting ideas….

It would be great if you could join us.

It’s a LIVE programme called ‘A Conversation that Matters’.

Specifically, on 21st April 2015 at 7:20 pm Sydney Time.

It’s going to be 35 minutes of great business ideas — ideas that really do make an impact. Actually, the more I think about it, they’re really ideas that transform the way we think about business.

If this sounds like something you might connect with, I’d be really thrilled if you could join us.

And since it’s a web-based event, you can do that right at your desk for maximum convenience for you. Actually, you can do it on your smart phone or tablet too.

Just go here https://zoom.us/webinar/register/7681d992cb60f40166858a512be5123a to register for the event.

There’s absolutely no charge and there’s no need to even leave your desk. And again, because of the technology we’re using, you can even be travelling and watching it directly on your smart phone or tablet too.

Again, just click on that link to register and I’ll see you there on 21st April at 7:20 pm https://zoom.us/webinar/register/7681d992cb60f40166858a512be5123a

Jump on a few minutes as you’ll need to download the zoom webinar software.

Looking forward so much to you joining us and checking it all out.

Best Regards,

Rob O'ByrneBest Regards
Rob O’Byrne
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