January 25, 2019 WIN Breakfast

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Event Details


This month’s WIN Breakfast Meeting is Friday, January 25. This event will be held at the Atlantis Casino Resort Spa.

Click here to register for this Breakfast now!

The buffet opens at 7 a.m., with the program running from 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. The entrance fee is $35 for non-members and $20 for members who do not have the Pre-Paid membership. Registration for this event will be available the month of the event.

This month’s Breakfast Sponsor is:

WIN is pleased to present:

Alan Stein, Jr., ‘Raise Your Game: What the Highest Performers Do During Unseen Hours’

The key to raising leadership performance lies in the ability to actively listen, embrace change, and close Performance Gaps (the gap between knowing and doing). This can only be achieved by utilizing effective strategies for guarding your time, filling your bucket (so you can pour into others), and investing your focus in the present moment.

In this powerful session, Alan teaches participants how to master the unseen hours by utilizing the mindsets, rituals, and routines of world-class athletes and coaches. Regardless of title or tenure, this program is essential for anyone who wants to raise his or her leadership performance and personal influence.

Attendees walk away with actionable steps that can be implemented immediately to:

  • Heighten self-awareness
  • Improve productivity
  • Create winning habits
  • Inspire teamwork
  • Maximize impact

About Alan: Alan Stein, Jr. is a performance coach, consultant, speaker and author. He spent 15 years working with the highest performing basketball players on the planet.

Alan delivers high-energy keynotes and interactive workshops to improve performance, cohesion and accountability. He inspires and empowers everyone he works with to take immediate action and improve mindset, habits and productivity.

In other words, Alan teaches how to utilize the same strategies in business that elite athletes use to perform at a world-class level.

He is an amicably divorced father of twin sons (Luke and Jack) and a daughter (Lyla) and lives just outside of Washington, D.C.

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