Well there is little to do now except for me to wish you a merry Christmas and a restful or full on party New Year (depending on your preference).
Our wanderers have returned from The GSF conference in Vancouver with amazing stories of new contacts and business opportunities, new ideas and incredible speakers along with challenges and learnings from workshops and their own presentation opportunities. Hear from our Auckland President – Sit on the Shoulders of Giants.
But it is not too late for you to see what wonderful value and quality was available. Simply go to Missed the GSS in Vancouver in 2013? and (as a member of NSANZ) you can pick and choose from a selection of the vibrant information packed presentations, such as Tony Newman, Jeffrey Hayzlett, Ralph Kilmann talking on Revolutions, Upheavals and Choices. Anyone could give you that missing piece that you are looking for.
And great news the new GSF designation was announced and David Price and Lindsey Adams NSAA joined other international speakers to receive the new GSP Category
But it does not stop there. NSAA is on next year. Join the dozens of our members already booked and come and see the value, the learning, the camaraderie and wealth of knowledge and opportunity that always exists at such events. I have never been to one that did not pay for itself! Book the dates in the diary and commit to your own advancement in training, speaking, or any other related area. To find out more click here
Perhaps the break is a time for reflection.
- What worked well this year and how will you expand on that next year?
- What should you stop doing?
- What is your next challenge and how will you approach it. If you do not feel a little tremble at the thought, it is probably not a big enough challenge!
Either way, on behalf of all the National Executive and myself, see you next year.
The first meeting dates are Auckland January 28th, Christchurch 11th February (check emails and website) so lock them in and turn up to turn up the volume on your business in 2014.
May I leave it with one of you to create a blog post about this and/or pop info in the relevant NSANZ newsletters as appropriate?
Bill James CSP | ” More Business Right Now!” | President NSANZ
New Zealand Business Speaker of the Year (2012-13)