The Secret to Successful Networking, with Bestselling Author Tam Pham

This is the meeting for the week of October 23, 2017 through October 29, 2017

This Meeting at a Glance:
Program: The Secret to Successful Networking
Program Description: There are three types of people: givers, connectors, and takers. Our speaker shows us how being the right type of person elevates how you network and connect with people.
Speaker: Tam Pham, Entrepreneur and Bestselling Author

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Welcome to the Rotary eClub of Silicon Valley!

Here’s a message from Vice President Rushton:

Welcome, members and guests!
This is Rushton, your charter president and one surely near the top of your list of favorite chai tea latte addicts.
It is wonderful to have you take part and share in our weekly effort to inspire all who join in. As you may know, our Rotary club has a special focus on innovation, entrepreneurship, and education, and we are constantly exploring how technology can serve the business of serving others.
President Stephen will be away for several weeks, as his family suffered a sudden loss last week. Rotarians around the world come together in order to share their ideas, energy, and resources to make the world better for others, and that includes embracing one of our own when times are tough. Stephen, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
May all of you find something in this week’s meeting that allows you to embrace your possibilities for helping others!

Yours in service,


Rushton Hurley, Vice President
Rotary eClub of Silicon Valley


Weekly Inspiration: The Power of Friendship

Every week we start our meetings with a short video highlighting innovation, inspiration, entrepreneurship, or social change. This week we are featuring a video from Mutual RescueTM about a woman and her dog who rescued each other.

We all have dark periods in our lives, but one of the things we learn in Rotary is that with others, we can together generate plenty of light. This video from the wonderful people of Mutual Rescue tells the story of Jessi and Andi. I hope it is a video that brings light and warmth to your heart!


Coffee with a Rotarian

Every month our club members are paired with fellow members and special guests for an exclusive one-on-one coffee session called Coffee with a Rotarian. The idea is simple: spend 1 hour of your time during the month to get to better know a fellow Rotarian! Some of the greatest friendships were spawned that way. Members report on their coffee sessions here.

This week we feature a coffee session between two of our members, Angela Hoang of Sydney, Australia (pictured left) and Mitty Chang of Silicon Valley, USA (pictured right).

 

Last week we heard what Angela (Ange) had to say about Mitty:

This month I had the opportunity to have a chat with Mitty Chang who is our Club past president and Charter Member. This isn’t the first time I’ve spoken to Mitty, he and Yvonne were considerate enough to come to the airport to pick us up when Brett and I came to the US earlier this year and we got the chance to get to know each other better when they took us around San Francisco on an amazing food tour!

Through our chat this time I heard about his recent Interota experience earlier in September which was held in Taipei. Interota is a worldwide Rotaract meeting organised by Rotaractors every three years and Mitty had the opportunity to speak at a banquet event during the convention.

For those who don’t know, Mitty is a highly sought after professional speaker and we spoke about the challenges of addressing a younger audience than usual and how to engage them. He told me that he spoke about his 13-14 year Rotary journey and how it has helped him make lifelong friends and encouraged him to try new things which he hoped would inspire others to do the same. He also spoke about how important it was to consider joining Rotary later on after Rotaract which is in my opinion a huge topic since there seems to be a decline of Rotaractors moving into Rotary as they get older. It all sounded awesome and I was really proud of Mitty for his efforts both as a friend and as a fellow Rotarian.

The next Interota will be held in Hong Kong which was voted on in Taipei and Mitty told me Cancun was one of the options – I’m sure that would have been an amazing destination but maybe next time!

Thanks for a really great chat Mitty!

Thank you, Ange, for sharing!

Here is what Mitty had to say about Angela:

I was so pleased to have the opportunity to talk to Angela! She prefers going by “Ange” and currently works as a Pharmacist for Healthline Pharmacy. She’s a February birthday baby (specifically Feb 8th for those of you thinking about birthday presents), and was introduced to Rotary earlier this year by her fiance and fellow club member Brett Sham! Coincidentally enough for timing of our coffee call — Brett proposed to Ange the weekend prior to our coffee chat. I was definitely happy for both of them!

Ange is a huge foodie and entrepreneur. In her free time, she often is brewing up new business ideas and projects. Her current project gone business idea is a popsicle business featuring unique flavors. She’s just working on launching the new popsicle business, so much of the details are still being worked out. As a foodie myself, I’m excited for the possibility of taste testing some of these popsicles the next time I’m in Sydney!

I found out from our encounter back in Atlanta for the Rotary International Convention this past June that Ange doesn’t lean towards pre-planning her travel, and has only recently begun to enjoy planning using spreadsheets.

Ange recently stepped up to become our club’s International Service Chair. She’s working on some exciting service ideas that all members can participate in, regardless of where they geographically are located. She’s also working on organizing a “food week” event for our club in Australia. Her idea is that members who want to visit Australia to get immersed in the food and culture can plan on all meeting up in Australia on the same week. More details coming soon!

Thanks for taking the time to chat with me, Ange!

Thanks for sharing, Mitty!

A big shout out to Tzviatko Chiderov for continuing to chair and organize these Coffee with a Rotarian sessions! If you are not yet signed up for a Coffee Session, please email Tzviatko at [email protected] to sign up!


World of Rotary

The over 1.2 million members of Rotary Clubs around the world form the largest humanitarian service organization, Rotary International. We’re part of this global family. This segment is a tribute to stories and to good deeds Rotary clubs around the world are conducting.

As you may know, Rotary is dedicated to six areas of focus, and this week, we’ll zero in on the first one: promoting peace. Last week’s program from Qman Amir (see the selected comments, below) was a strong reminder of how Rotary goes beyond words and puts in motion activities that make a difference.

More than a thousand people have been accepted to and graduated from Rotary Peace Centers in different parts of the world. They have helped rebuild lives for refugees, taught conflict mediation to people in places of strife, and conducted anti-bullying campaigns in schools, developed programs to address domestic violence, and much more.
To learn more how you help Rotary “wage peace,” take a moment to explore the information and stories at the Promoting Peace page on Rotary’s website.

New Member Welcome: Sean Straker 

Our members are who make our club unique, influential, and amazing. Joining our club is a 5 to 6 week process that doesn’t fit with everyone. Most importantly though, new members become part of our global family. That’s why we love introducing new members to you; they’re family!

This week we are very excited to welcome the newest Rotarian to our eClub family, Sean Straker!

Based out of Sydney, Australia, Sean works for the Bank of Queensland Finance as a Dealer Solutions Officer and has been an active member of the Rotaract Club of Sydney City. He has held a number of Rotaract leadership positions, from Club Secretary to Club Treasurer to Club Membership Director. In 2017 he was recognized with a Paul Harris Fellowship for his contributions to Rotaract. He recently attended the Rotary International Convention in Atlanta, and has a strong interest in finding ways to combat the issue of human trafficking, and to participate in more international service projects.

Here’s Sean’s self introduction video message to each of you:

From our club leadership:

“Sean, on behalf of the Rotary eClub of Silicon Valley’s Board of Directors and its membership, we are very pleased to induct you in as the newest member of our eClub family. By virtue of the membership you have now been bestowed, you are now part of a 1.2 million+ member organization that feeds the hungry, houses the homeless, educates the uneducated, helps the poor, cures the sick, and helps those in need in over 180 countries around the world. As Rotarians, we live by the Four Way Test, and work together to take action in improving our communities and the world. We look forward to serving with you! Welcome!”

Members and guests, please join me in welcoming the newest Rotarian, Sean Straker!


For Members Only: Updates

This segment of the meeting is dedicated to our club members. This section includes announcements and new initiatives. Guests, you are welcome to read this section or just skip it.

Members: NAMEBADGES ARE COMING! Update your info please!

The Membership Committee is working on ordering new magnetic name badges for each member! We are missing the info for many members!!! These name badges will have your name on it and your profession. Perfect for wearing when you attend any Rotary events or meetings. In order to do this, we need your most updated information. Members, please click here to submit your info.

Past Member Announcements:


Our Events & Projects

We hold our meetings online, but we hold regular service projects and social events in the Silicon Valley every month! This section is updated every week with our upcoming events. We welcome guests to all of our events and service projects listed here.

Also be sure to join our Meetup Group for automatic calendar updates and to RSVP for our events! These are open to all guests as well!

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Upcoming Events:

All times are Pacific Time! (San Francisco time)

Tuesday, October 24, 2017 at 6:30 PM – Celebrate World Polio Day Online with Past Rotary International President Cliff Dochterman

October 24th is World Polio Day and our Membership Committee thought what better way to Celebrate World Polio Day than to hear from a man who helped start the PolioPlus program for Rotary International, Past Rotary International President Cliff Dochterman! This coming Tuesday, October 24th at 6:30 PM Pacific Time, Cliff Dochterman will be speaking to the Rotary E-Club of World Peace; a Southern California based Rotary E-Club. We’ve let their club president know our club will be “invading” their club meeting. Whether you are a club member or a guest, come join us at 6:30 PM on October 24th for what will be certainly a memorable online experience. Bring your own beverage of your choice, as we invade our fellow E-Club meeting with a toast to them. Their meeting is over Zoom. For information on how to connect to their Zoom Meeting, please visit this link right here. We hope to see you there! Members and guests, we encourage you to sign on 10 minutes prior to 6:30 PM to be able to socialize before the meeting starts.

[The November 2nd Leaders in Motion event has been postponed]

 

Other Upcoming Club Events:

  • Sunday, November 19, 2017 – Save the date for a club social (Details TBD)
  • Friday, December 8, 2017 – Save the date for a club dinner (Details TBD)
  • Saturday, January 13, 2018 – Save the date for a club outdoor expedition (Details TBD)
  • Saturday, February 28, 2018 – Save the date for a club skydiving event (Details TBD)

More events coming soon! All events are open to guests, unless otherwise mentioned. Feel free to join us! If you ever have questions, please email [email protected]

What would you like to do?

Hey Members! What would you like to do? We’re working on putting together some exciting socials and impactful service projects for our upcoming quarter’s event calendar. Let us know what you want to do by posting in our members only Facebook Group (if you don’t have access, please request it with Webmaster Mitty). Remember, you’re only taking advantage of the full impact of Rotary when you’re stepping up to get involved.


Happy Dollars: Do Good by Sharing Something Good

Each week we ask our members to share stories with the club and toss in a few dollars to support our efforts. The primary goal of this section is to provide a fun way of getting to know each fellow members and guests, while giving back to a good cause.

Happy dollars is an opportunity to share something positive that has happened in your life whether it is personal or business. Think of it as your opportunity to brag a little, but also put a little bit into a karma jar. The money donated through happy dollars is put to charitable use, and the message that you leave for happy dollars will be posted in our online meeting the following week for the entire week for folks to see! (Pending that it’s appropriate!)

Last week’s happy dollars went towards powering our club’s projects and service grants.

Thank you to member Rory Olsen for his generous $15 donation to PolioPlus! Rory had this to say:
“The plan is to sign the contract with the remodeler later this week. If all goes according to plan, early next year our first story should be restored. Please apply my gift to Polio Plus.”

Thank you to member Brian Liddicoat for his generous $15 donation. Brian had this to say:
“Two new kids with families moving into our neighborhood: my kids really psyched. Finally they have friends to play with next door.”

Thank you all for your donations last week!

This week’s happy dollars donations will be going towards a special relief fund to help rebuild communities and homes in Chiapas, Mexico hit by the recent earthquakes. Our club will be matching every dollar donated up to $250. So your happy dollars this week will be 2x their normal impact! 

Happy dollars is also a great opportunity to share with the group about something good that has happened to you, while giving back to a great cause.

So what are you happy about? Share with us below, and help support victims of the earthquakes in Chiapas, Mexico.

Fill out my online form.

Selected Six

Every week at the bottom of our meetings, there is a comments section for members and guests to tell us what they enjoyed about the meeting or to ask questions to the speaker. We select six comments every week from last week’s meeting to be featured during this week’s meeting.

Here are six comments selected from last week’s meeting featuring the program on Rotary Peace Fellowship:

Member Brett Sham (Sydney, Australia) had this to say:
“Qman thanks again for taking the time out to speak to our club. I hope all our members are safe during these horrific fires. I see the occasional news about it here and it looks terrifying and there seems to be utter destruction. I was lucky enough to take part in the One Small Act viewing in Atlanta and it was truly an eye opener. Sometimes I feel like I forget that these conflicts are affecting real people / individuals and they are more than just a headline, and that each person has their own story and journey. I’m writing this comment lying in bed after a huge weekend at the Australian Rotaract Conference. I took plenty of photos and once I sort through them will share with the club. Heard so many amazing stories and hopefully have a few people that will present to our club. I’m exhausted but feeling rewarded that the hard work has paid off and also so inspired by the stories I heard and the passion that so many of these Rotaractors have. It’s opportunities like this that remind me why I’m involved with Rotary. So glad to be a member of such an amazing club and be surrounded by some wonderful people.

Member Monique le Conge Ziesenhenne (California, USA) had this to say:
“Inspirational insight into the Peace Fellowship work and how your career developed on this path, Q! It’s important work and I wish you the best. Libraries in California have VR stations (or will soon) that the public can use (article from Library Journal) and Marin County Library has been a leader in this area, in case you want to learn more. At Palo Alto City Library, we use the technology to assist with prep/design for items before they are printed on a 3D printer. Volunteers can assist – maybe that’s a role for Rotary club members?”

Member Tzviatko Chiderov (South Africa) had this to say:
“Great to see Rushton with our Australian members there 🙂 fits well with the travel fellowship discussion. Rick, thanks for the educational program. I wasn’t aware there are so many fellowships. And one for members of Rotary eClubs?! Seems like there really is something for everybody.

Member Sean Straker (Sydney, Australia) had this to say:
“Really enjoyed Socks By Bob. You’re never too old to find something you love doing and make a difference!

Member Maxi Bustos (California, USA) had this to say:
“Great meeting! Thanks Q for your presentation! I am happy to see that Rotary Peace Fellowship had an important impact on your career and that you are using that knowledge to help others.

Member Leanza Tupfer (California, USA) had this to say:
“WOW! Rotary sets the record at the 2017 Rotary International Convention in Atlanta, with more than 3,000 people simultaneous viewing a VR film. I wonder what Rotary can do with VR to help other places in the world? :)”

Be sure to leave a comment at the end of this week’s meeting after you watch the program below, and perhaps you’ll see your comment featured next week!


Program: The Secret to Networking

Every week we bring to you a new program on innovation, education, technology, and humanitarian service. This week our guest speaker is Tam Pham.

Tam is the bestselling author of How To Network and How to Land Your Dream Internship. Tam runs BotAcademy.com where he teaches entrepreneurs how to increase conversions & revenues with Facebook Messenger. Tam was first introduced to the Rotary family as an Interactor in District 5170, where he also served on the Interact District Council.
In this week’s program, Tam will be sharing what he has learned from the networking events he has been through, and his journey to the startup world he is immersed in today.

Members and guests, please join me in welcoming Tam!

Related Links:

What did you think? Let’s hear from you!

Share with us your thoughts in the comments at the bottom of this meeting page! If you have questions for Tam, feel free to ask him in the comments too!

You can also reach Tam directly at [email protected]


Upcoming Program Schedule

All of our guest speakers and programs are recorded live online over Zoom video conference. We welcome members and guests to join us in one of these upcoming recordings. Recordings are approximately 30 minutes long and are subject to change without notice.

Upcoming Weekly Programs:

 Week of Host Guest Speaker  Topic
Week of 10/30/2017 Hosted by Tzviatko Chiderov Daniel Cholakov Education Without Borders – an educational non-profit in Bulgaria, that aims to improve the use of innovative tech tools in Bulgarian schools
Week of 11/6/2017 Hosted by Tzviatko Chiderov Vimbai Gwata Muzinda Hub – a tech hub in Harare, Zimbabwe, which aims to help Zimbabwe’s youth get access to top quality digital skills training
Week of 11/13/2017 Hosted by Rushton Hurley Zachary Nelson Rumors and Reconciliation in Myanmar

Upcoming Recordings:

If you would like to join us for any of the live recordings, you are welcome to join us. Our online video conference room link for these recordings is always https://zoom.us/j/5104080000. Please note the timezone for all recordings are listed for San Francisco, California, USA time (Pacific Time).


You’re Almost Done! One last thing: The Attendance Survey…

Thanks for reading and watching this week’s meeting. You have two last things to do before you’re done. First, we have a very short attendance survey below for you to fill out to record your attendance.

Visiting Rotarians, this is how you can get an email receipt to pass along to your club’s secretary as proof that you’ve attended our meeting if you need it for makeups.

Non-Rotarian Guests, we would love to see who is dropping by our meetings! This part is optional for you. If you think you may want to join our eClub at some point in the future, we would strongly recommend you fill out the attendance form as it will improve your chances of success for your membership application.

More importantly, for all members and guests — we strongly recommend and ask that you leave a comment below in our comments area below. Tell us how you enjoyed the program. Ask this week’s speaker any questions you might have. Or just stop by and say hello and tell us where you’re from!

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  • Welcome, Sean! Ange, it’ll be great to hear how things go with the popsicles, too. Tam, I love the energy you bring to your message – thanks for taking time to share it with us. And nothing but love for the people at Mutual Rescue – their stories are so powerful!

  • Ariana Fishkin

    I loved the story about Mutual Rescue as it tackles two different issues, animal adoption and mental health. Finding a solution that helps both groups is so powerful and has huge impact in both an individual and in a community.

    • @arianafishkin:disqus – It was so good to meet you in-person, Ariana! Thanks for taking the time to meet up with Rushton and me. Have a great rest of your week! We hope to keep seeing you at our upcoming online meetings, and eventually some of our in-person events!

  • Tzviatko Chiderov

    Tam, really cool presentation. Thanks for the inspiration. I’ll definitely be checking out the links.
    Sean, welcome to our club!

  • William

    Fantastic! Thank you, much appreciated.

  • Rory Olsen

    Tam, thank you for an interesting program.

  • Keith Marsh

    Tam, great presentation. Thanks for taking the time to speak to our club.

  • Dr. Carlos Gabuardi, Ph.D.

    After attending my first on-line Rotary meeting, I confirm that Rotary means both inspiration and hope. I believe in Rotary and the goals and purposes of our organization. I felt inspired for the story of Mutual Rescue, by the presentation made by Tam Pham, but also by the way in which all these technological resources are innovating the manner in which the Rotary message is communicated providing fresh air to the good all things of The Rotary Club. Rotary has meant hope for the world and for many of us, participating in this meeting shows me that we, rotarians, are putting new wine in old wineskins (vino nuevo en odres viejas) one of the keys for constantly renovating and reinventing our selves.

    • @carlosgabuardi:disqus – Thank you for joining our online meeting this week and for sharing your thoughts! We hope to see you come back and join us for future meetings as well! If you don’t mind me asking, but where in the world are you located? We love finding out about where our guests are coming from.

      • Dear Mitty, I live in Monterrey, Mexico, and I expect to become a regular in your on-line sessions. All the best, Carlos

  • Monique le Conge Ziesenhenne

    Tam, thank you for your presentation. It was informative and your passion is contagious. Welcome to Sean – it’s nice to meet you.

  • Tam– What a wonderful presentation. Thank you for taking the time to speak to our club! I have always admired your entrepreneurship and positive spirit. Keep up the amazing things you’re doing! It was really interesting to hear your insights about Amazon categories to become a bestselling book, as well as your insights about ChatBots in general. I’m going to give Manychat.com a try!

    New Rotarian Sean– WELCOME to our Rotary eClub family!! So excited to have you with us!

  • Nicole Pham

    Welcome to the club Sean!

  • Raquel D. Juncal

    Tam, thanks for taking the time to share your story!

    Sean, welcome to our amazing family! 😀

  • Welcome Sean!
    Tam, thanks for your presentation. Learned some new avenues to network which will provevto be excellent.
    I built my entire business and became financially independent through networking. Havent had to pursue new clients for 30 years as networking /referrals are constant sources.
    Come to thinking of it, the majority of friends were met through networking.
    Networking is Life!

  • ShagsCA

    So many great things about this week’s meeting, but first, thoughts and prayers to President Stephen and his family during this challenging time in their life. The video about Jessi & Andi was heartwrenching. I’m a dog lover, convinced that I’ve been a dog in a former life, and dog is the palindrome of god. We are all animals — those on earth which are animated by nature, as opposed to non-animated life forms. And what a great program! Tam’s message of “give, give, give” reminds me of Rotary’s “Service Above Self”. It’s great now with the technology of tags and relational databases — when I was Tam’s age, it was still paper index cards!!! Rock on, Tam! And, of course, welcome to Sean — From one SS to another (though I am a triple: SSS!)

  • Sean Straker

    Another great meeting. Thank you everyone for the warm welcome!

  • Megan Breyer

    Thoughts and prayers with Stephen – your Rotary family is here to support you.
    Loved the program today! Incredibly relevant to my life – both work and personal. “Network the heck out of everyone” – YESSSS. I absolutely love the perspective of making friends instead of contacts. It seems so much more genuine and you do actually end up forming relationships. Thanks for the awesome insight 🙂

    Welcome Sean!!! So excited to have you join!

  • Nathan Gildart

    Stephen, our hearts are going out to you and your family.

    Tam, that was a really engaging presentation, and as an educator it’s an area often ignored. I’ve had many teachers in the past express that “teachers don’t network; that’s for business people”. I couldn’t disagree more. We refer to it as a professional learning network, and my PLN has been invaluable to improving my teaching practice, as well as gain a lot of unique opportunities. (such as presenting at edtech conferences in and outside of Japan, where I live) I think you’ve the nail on the head when it comes to giving without expectations – it’s cliche, but what comes around does go around in some way.

    Sean, welcome to the club, and Ange, rock those popsicles!

  • Tam, a great presentation, many thanks! I agree 100% with your philosophy of being a giver, and I agree with the comments that it makes ourselves happy. A comment from me as a career coach: it’s unfortunate that you have to engage many people in conversation about something else than their professional field to make friends – ideally people should choose a vocation that they are just as passionate about as they are about their hobbies.

  • Brett Sham

    Stephen, sorry to hear about your loss, my deepest condolences.

    The dog video was great. I read an article the other day about the use of therapy dogs with troubled youth here in Australia the other day, and how it helped break down barriers and open engagement not just with the dog, but also between the youth.

    Sean, welcome to the club mate!

    Tam, great presentation, loved your energy. It’s clearly served you well in opening doors and providing you with new opportunities.

  • Andrew Taw

    Thank you for your presentation, Tam! Very valuable principles!

  • Stephen our thoughts and prayers go out to you during this hard time

    Sean welcome to the club!!!

    The video with the dog rescue brought tears to my eyes. I’m so happy that she was able to open her heart up again with her dogs mentoring

    Tam I love your insight on networking. This is a much better way to approach it.

  • Sean, I am very happy, because you joined us. I believe about we can make difference together, so, welcome and I hope to know more about you…

  • Azalia A Torres

    Congrats Sean. Tam awesome presentation. Really enjoyed it.

    • Raquel D. Juncal

      Hey Zal, thanks you for joining our meeting! Hope to see you next week! 😀

      • Azalia A Torres

        Definitely yes.

  • Richard Knaggs

    Great Meeting. Our condolences to President Stephen our prayers and thoughts are with you. I learnt so much about networking today. Thanks Tam. I will be spending time on BotAcademy. Welcome Sean. This is probably the most inspirational place on the web.

  • Yvonne Kwan

    I love the Mutual Rescue video! I’m a huge advocate for adoption and love seeing stories like Jessi and Andi’s.

    Welcome to the club, Sean! It was great meeting you in Atlanta at the Rotary International Convention a few months ago!

    Tam, thank you for your presentation! I also had the pleasure of hearing your keynote speech at the Fall Leadership Conference earlier this month. I love how you use your not-so-positive life experiences to fuel you to do something constructive to move your life forward. Your thoughts about giving are ones that are usually reserved for service (like Rotary), but putting it into the perspective of networking also makes complete sense. We don’t — and shouldn’t always — give with the expectation of getting something in return. Always love your energy when you present! Thanks again!

  • john lozano

    Stephen, sorry to hear about your loss, thoughts and prayers to you and your family.

    Sean, thanks for your great energy and excitement about what you do. I’m very interested about the work you do with BotAcademy, sounds like a great concept.

    Thanks for your presentation

  • Maxi Bustos

    Stephen, really sorry to hear about your loss, prayers to you and your family.
    Welcome Sean, we met in Atlanta a few months ago, I didn’t know you were planning to join us 😉
    Tam, thanks for your presentation, really interesting stuff! I agree with you about giving and networking.

  • Mark Dohn

    Stephen, take care and know that we are all here to support you in any way. The mutual rescue video was amazing – thank you for that! Welcome Sean to our group and I look forward to hearing more from you. Tam I love that in your work you cut through to the “Why” question in networking and identify the motivations behind networking and what has been successful – and you’re living proof!

  • Ferheen Abbasi

    Stephen, I am so sorry for your loss. Please let us know if you need anything and I appreciate all that you do for us as our leader.

    Welcome to the eClub, Sean!!

    Tam, great presentation. Marketing is SOOOO the key to success. I have met so many people in my life that at the time, I didn’t know they would be so important later!

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