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Voiceover for Business Training Video

Thanks to the team at Success Training Co. for hiring me to provide voiceover for one of their promotional videos!  Check it out.

Synapse/McShin – Guest speaker Robin Green of Sandler Training: “Grow Your Business”

Join us for a special speaking engagement at Synapse Hub 12 The McShin Foundation as we welcome special guest speaker Robin Green, Certified Trainer with Sandler Training, on Thursday, June 6 at 9am.

Robin has worked with large, small and in-between businesses and non-profits helping them to grow and thrive. Robin will speak on topics such as prospecting, strategy and asking for referrals. His talk should prove valuable and insightful for all, but especially for the many small to mid-size business owners, entrepreneurs and the entrepreneurial-minded in the Synapse community. 

Robin hosts a podcast called “Lead. Learn. Grow”. Guests have included business people, leaders and difference-makers including McShin’s own Jesse Wysocki.  Robin’s blog is a wealth of useful information including the recent entry entitled, “Is ‘Aggressively Waiting For The Phone To Ring’ a good plan?”

Click the image below to access the Facebook event and sign up:

Hear some of what Robin has to say:

Robin was a guest on my “Well and Good Podcast” and shared lots of great info about non-profits and how they can promote and benefit their missions while growing their organizations and similarities to the for-profit sector.  Click the player below to listen to that episode.

All Synapse members are welcome to attend this talk. It is requested that attendees and their guests sign up in advance as space will be limited.

 

Cap2Cap 2019

The 2019 Cap2Cap ride is in the books. I rode with my brother Jeff, and we had good weather after rain threatened to dampen the event all week. It was overcast and cool with temps hovering around 70 degrees, prefect riding weather. I haven’t checked the total number of participants, but there were over 800 riders in our 52-mile group alone. There were other options: 100 miles and 23 miles as well as a family fun ride. The proceeds went to support the Virginia Capital Trail Foundation. The Capital Trail is a 52-miles multi-use paved path that runs from Richmond to Williamsburg.

We ended up riding only 47.6 of the full 52 miles. It seems we missed a turn that would have added the additional 4.4 miles. We were hooked up with a paceline of riders who had taken a wrong turn earlier in the ride and were adjusting their ride accordingly. Oh well. Close enough. We had a great ride and it was perfect training material for the MS Ride coming up the first weekend in June. I’ll be back next year, of course.

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