Friday, January 18 | 11:45 Networking | 12 -1 Luncheon
Title: Get Fired Up but Don’t Burn Out!
Description: In today’s tumultuous world, stress and burnout is a constant issue. This program identifies the signs of burnout and how to stop burn-out and reduce stress by building a more balanced life using the Life Triad concepts. It is designed to help you discover how to fire up your life with tips and techniques that will make you more effective at work and home all while having more fun and fulfillment. The presentation will clear up the myth of “work-life balance” and show how true Life Balance is doable in today’s world.
Dan Gentry is the President of Third Power Performance, a life transformational company focused on helping high achievers maximize their potential while maintaining life balance. He takes his 30 years of experience in software and systems development, adds in 20 years in management experience in companies from small local businesses up to Fortune 10 companies, mixes in a lifetime of the study of self-improvement, and finally adds a large pinch of humor to create remarkable experiences for his audiences.
Dan is an Air Force veteran and an entrepreneur that owns several companies in the technology and insurance fields. He is the author of “99 Steps Towards Life Balance”, and has another book due out this summer.
Over the past 10 years, Dan has been helping companies from the Fortune 10 to one-person entrepreneurs create success and Life Balance. He has helped large virtual telecommuting teams create cohesion, small company teams deal with overload and individual business owners recover their sense of purpose.
Dan is married and has five children. He lives in Central Florida with his wife and two young sons that are still at home.
DATE: Friday, January 18
TIME: 11:45 am Networking | 12- 1 pm Luncheon
LOCATION: College of Central Florida| Ewers Century Center| 3001 SW College Road | Ocala, FL 34474
REGISTER: RSVP Here
Please RSVP- payment can be made by clicking here to register. Cost is $22 for members and $25 for guests.
Professional attire preferred