This month’s WIN Breakfast Meeting is Friday, August 26, and will be held at the Peppermill Casino Resort Spa.
The buffet opens at 7 a.m., with the program running from 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. The entrance fee is $30 for non-members and $15 for members who do not have the Pre-Paid membership. Tickets will be available for online purchase the month of the event, OR attendees can pay at the door.
Larry Williams, ‘‘Chart Topping Success: Your B-Side Reinvention”
Everyone in business wants to be successful and stand out from the crowd. But sometimes that gets more and more difficult because of competition and economic conditions. The one constant is our incredible ability to be creative and surround ourselves with amazing people. In his talk, Chart-Topping Success: Your B-Side Reinvention, Larry Williams will share an inspirational message supported by actionable content that will focus on the four cornerstones of business; colleagues, customers, community and creativity.
The latter will explore an amazing methodology that is based on the universal language of music. As a former radio broadcaster, Williams storied career behind the microphone found him focusing intently on the dichotomy between the A-Side and B-Side records that changed music history. Along the way, he discovered an amazing mechanism for self-improvement. The B-Sides message is powerful and original. Attendees will walk away with a proven concept that will use the lessons of music to help discover untapped skills in life and business. The result will find you taking your second efforts out for another spin.
About Larry: Larry Williams is a veteran radio broadcaster, member of the National Speakers Association and local Reno resident. His radio career opened many doors for him in journalism, advocacy and business. He has authored three books on small business management, customer service and personal development. Today, he is a frequent keynote presenter, TED speaker and shares original concepts and principles to help everyone from the new hire to the C.E.O.
Williams is the recipient of the American Disc Jockey Association’s prestigious Michael Butler Humanitarian Award, recognized by Nevada Governor Jim Gibbons for his community efforts in business and volunteerism, wrote the song “Jaycee Lee” for the 1991 search effort for Jaycee Lee Dugard (who was miraculously recovered in 2009) and served as the personal Master of Ceremonies for entertainment legend, Dick Clark, who was his friend and mentor.