Contact: Jill Mazur
Fee:
$35.00
Online Registration
 
13
May
2019
Houston
McCormick & Schmick's Restaurant - Uptown
1151-01 Uptown Park Boulevard
Houston, TX  77056
United States of America

***Registration is now open for the Power Networking Lunch***

 

Please mark your calendars for May 13th, 2019, for a fabulous business luncheon, to be held from 11:30 -1:00 at the wonderful McCormick & Schmick’s restaurant located in Uptown Park.  

 

You do not need to be a member of the Rotary Club of Houston to attend, and please feel free to invite your colleagues!

 

The purpose of our Power Networking Lunch is to:

  • Network with the Houston business community
  • Promote business in the group
  • Learn from Industry experts
  • Learn how to speak in public
  • Perfect your “elevator” pitch
  • Meet new friends
  • HAVE FUN

The cost is $35.00 and includes tax and tip for a wonderful three course lunch.  

Registration on the day of the event is $45.00.

 

“PLEASE INDICATE YOUR COMPANY NAME IN THE COMMENT SECTION IN ADDITION TO ANY OTHER SPECIAL REQUESTS SUCH AS FOOD ALLERGIES”

 

 

***DEALS GONE BAD*** 

HOW CAN YOU PREVENT THIS FROM HAPPENING???

 

Deals going bad can be the worst nightmare of any businesss owner, anyone in business developement, or just about anyone that works for a living.  If a deal has ever gone bad for you, then this month's presenation is not to be missed.  Discover the surprising secret behind all too many deals that have never come to fruition, and how to prevent this from happening again.

 

Learn why this phenomenon, that has for years cotst so many people so much time, money, disappointment and opportuntiy - has remained secret!!! 

 

Most importantly, find out what you can do to keep this from happening to your deals from now on.

 

Kim Sawyer 

 

This month Kim Sawyer, Exective and Enterprise Coach, Business Facilitator, and Professioal Speaker, will be teaching us the secret of keeping deals from going bad.  Kim has over twenty years of diverse business experience, starting businesses, leading companies, and being involved in almost every aspect of a business enterprise. Today he owns and manages theWealthSource®, coaching and facilitating key business people, teams and enterprises to create extraordinary wealth – in all its forms.
 
Kim has been featured in the Houston Chronicle and other news publications, appeared on CNN Business Radio and speaks frequently to companies and professional and industry organizations across the country.
 
A representative sample of Kim's clients include: Contintental Airlines; JP Morgan Chase Bank; British Broadcasting Corporation; IBM; Chevron-Texaco; Winstead, Sechrest and Minick Law Firm; Rice University's Johns School of Business; The City of Lake Jackson, Texas; The Council on Alcohol and Drugs, Houston, and numerous reginnal entrepreneurs. 

 

 

 


 
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