Planes, Trains, Automobiles…

Limos, Taxis, Subways and walking – lots and lots of walking. That’s what we’ve been up to for the past several weeks!

Yes, we are still in NYC and yes, Marcus is still attending Columbia (he just soared thru mid-terms with rave reviews I might add!).  But in the midst of all the time and energy grad school takes – he has also kept a fairly busy speaking schedule.

It’s been exciting to present for some extraordinary companies, schools and organizations. And being in NYC has given us the opportunity to travel by train a couple of times – which was really a very fun change from so much airline travel.  Just another part of this year’s adventure.

Here are some of the places we’ve been lately:

Lancaster Hospital in Lancaster, PA. A healthcare system that is cutting edge and innovative in their mission to impact their community. (And some of the best hospitality and most amazing food ever!)

DeSales University in Center Valley, PA is one of our ‘regular’ clients where we always look forward to going. We are continually inspired by their passion for creating outstanding student leaders and instilling values that will last a lifetime.

Goodwin College in East Hartford, CT where the commitment to seeing students succeed and develop the “art” of healthcare is truly extraordinary.

Saint Leo College in Tampa, FL another one of our ‘regular’ clients. We always appreciate the opportunity to leave an impacting prevention message for national collegiate alcohol awareness week.

The Oklahoma Nurses Association annual meeting in Oklahoma City.  This group of outstanding nurse leaders from all over the State were an exciting and enthusiastic audience! We love hearing how them excited to take the message of “I’m Here” back to their individual hospitals.

Advocate Health Care in Chicago, IL for a clinical coach symposium filled with nurse leaders who are investing in the next generation of healthcare providers by mentoring tomorrows leaders.

Salt Lake City Community College and the Utah AHEAD Conference rounded out the month. It’s always great to work with the Higher Ed professionals who help ensure students with disabilities have access to a quality education.

The best part of being on the road is getting the opportunity to work with clients dedicated to instilling a culture of quality in their organizations, and to meet so many people – with so many stories – who give us the honor of allowing us to speak into their lives.

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Much love!

 

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living an adventure dreams are made of!! traveling the world with mishaps built in! why?? well, u have to read more to find that out silly :)
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