We recently finished a Visioning Workshop, here is what one attendee said,
I just want to thank you for the opportunity to take the Visioning Workshop. I feel like I have some good clear direction on how to move my businesses forward. This has provided me with focus and I am feeling actually excited about where I can go from here.
Celeste B, Grayslake, Illinois
Pokémon Etiquette courtesy of Connecting Pathways
1. Don’t drive and catch
2. Walk only with a designated walker
3. Don’t share personal information with strangers
4. Remember: Pokémon doesn’t go to school
5. Pokémon needs rest every day; so do you
6. Remember to be alert at all times. Stay aware of your surroundings
7. Walk; don’t run
8. Have fun!
I totally failed my impromptu “Using Facebook for Business Class.” Well maybe I didn’t fail, but I tried to post a short description of our Connecting Pathways business on our Facebook page. On The Vision Tree page a popup asked me if I wanted to add a service which I did. How cool is that. So I wanted to do the same on the Connecting Pathways page. No cool popup popped. I searched and couldn’t find the same feature so I decided to post the description including a link to the website. I did it and hit publish and the post went away. Figuring I hit the wrong button, I tried again and poof it disappeared. I failed.
But I didn’t fail in posting from this blog to the Facebook page. But that was yesterday, I am trying it again. And oh by the way, here is what Claudia and I do and do very well.
Connecting Pathways provides accountability coaching for entrepreneurs. Using GoToMeeting we discover your purpose and develop strategies for your business including marketing, finance, HR, and operations so you thrive in today’s world.
Joanne Osmond | Partners@ConnectingPathways.com | http://www.connectingpathways.com