Oct. 11, 2016

OAC 212 The Magic Of Taking It Offline!

Wondering what the heck I mean by that?  It's something I've been preaching for a long time.  Always encouraging people to attend their conventions and seminars.  And, too, outside events not necessarily connected to their business or...


Wondering what the heck I mean by that?  It's something I've been preaching for a long time.  Always encouraging people to attend their conventions and seminars.  And, too, outside events not necessarily connected to their business or their profession in order to get another perspective...

This episode today is about something a wee bit different!  It's about actually meeting up with those Social Media friends that have been supporting you and encouraging you virtually.

Cynthia Bazin of Smart Chics started an online membership group called the  Inner Circle over 2 years ago and I am proud to say I was one of the first members.  The group has grown and attracted some of thee most incredible women I have ever met. So when Cynthia organized an official meet up for us - I was in!!! And thank you, Cynthia!!!

So in order to hear all about the fun we had and why you really, really want to consider creating a Mastermind Meet Up or a dinner gathering in your own backyard, you'll just have to listen.

You'll hear me share all about our AWESOME Mastermind session and the additional fun we had breaking bread, shopping, hanging out, exploring and more.  

Connecting in person is magical.  You really, really get to know that person so much more than a FB message or a networking FireTalk session or a Zoom event.  Whether we know it or not, we're a tad bit guarded when we know EVERYONE has access to this recording.  It's just human nature.  But when you come together and let your hair down and open the discussion!  Wham, feel the magic.

I hope with all of my heart you will share this with others. There is always someone that needs to hear this from someone other than yourself.  I can talk till I'm blue in my face to my hubby, but the minute he hears it from someone else, oh yeah! It's golden.

Passing On A Smile,

Gail