Toastmasters Area 44 Contest Survey

Area 44 Toastmasters, please take the survey on our recent contests by clicking the “View Survey” link below.

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Thank you.
John Schneyer, Area 44 Governor

Are you a Galileo?

On this day(February 13th) in 1633, Italian philosopher, astronomer and mathematician Galileo Galilei arrives in Rome to face charges of heresy for advocating Copernican theory, which holds that the Earth revolves around the Sun. Galileo officially faced the Roman Inquisition in April of that same year and agreed to plead guilty in exchange for a lighter sentence. Put under house arrest indefinitely by Pope Urban VIII, Galileo spent the rest of his days at his villa in Arcetri, near Florence, before dying on January 8, 1642.  – History.com

Do you clearly see what others are missing? Do you stand up for your beliefs? What would you do differently if you were Galileo?

If you need someone to validate your thinking, give us a call, we can help.
John Schneyer, Boca Consultants

Thank you John

John:

As always, great job today!  Your presentation was energetic, engaging and, simply put, excellent.  I greatly appreciate your on-going contribution to our PPN program.  Please let me know when I can be of service to you.  Again, many thanks.

Sincerely,

Bob Nealon

PPN/Workshop Trainer

WorkForce One Employment Solutions

Balanced Decision Making

I am giving a session on making balanced, cost effective, decisions this Wednesday for in transition professionals at Workforce One’s Sample Road location.

Would your company benefit from learning how to make better decisions both individually and working in groups?  Would having a common process and language help you communicate your decisions better?  How would you like greater buy-in and commitment for your choices?

Give us a call, we can help.

John Schneyer, Boca Consultants

When do You Replace You?

Give us a call, we can help.

John Schneyer, Boca Consultants

Amplify’d from www.nytimes.com


In early 2008, Matt Dorey, founder and chief executive of Curve Dental, was at a loss. Three years into building a comprehensive Web-based software package for dentists, he felt the product was ready, but he was not sure how to make Curve a market leader. “The company was getting complicated,” Mr. Dorey said. “I was starting to become conscious of what I didn’t know. It was almost a feeling of loneliness.”

Read more at www.nytimes.com