Passion with a Plan, Part II
This just in! Troy Monroe has asked organizational development consultant and trainer, Anne Yurasek to join him in facilitating our discussion. With over twelve years of experience helping others transform a major turning point into an opportunity for growth, Anne will share what she's learned from working with organizations that have a passion and a plan. For Troy's part, he is bringing an armful of new talking points to the discussion.
Last year, Troy Monroe, founder of Design is Love
, led a Breakfast Epiphany about the value of having a plan to support your passion. The discussion, which began in Putnam, is coming to Hartford, and with more to share.
In Putnam, the limitations of time was a hot topic. This conversation has inspired Troy to further explore the idea of clearance and how to free yourself up to do more of the work that you want to be doing. Responsibility and obligation are anchors for us all, or are they? Is there another way to look at how you're spending your time so that your dream can live in your current reality?
Troy believes that, if you are passionate about something, you will find a way to pursue it. Show up ready to discuss passion, pain and the resolve it takes to pave the way for a horizon you design yourself.
Tuesday, February 9, 2012
8:00 - 9:30 AM
1429 Park Street, Suite 207
Hartford, Connecticut 06106
$35 per person
$20 for AIGA members
Continental breakfast included.
Thu, Feb 9, 2012
8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
1429 Park Street
Hartford, CT 06106