This week I will highlight two zoom based Leaders Connect opportunities. The first one will be held Friday morning and the focus will be to learn how to integrate and leverage your goals for the year. The second is an opportunity to view the video of one of the most popular Leaders Connect events ever, 150 Years of Detroit Music: A Virtual Tour, including a discussion with the head of the Motown Museum.
Integrating and Leveraging Your Goals Workshop
Do you wonder why it is so difficult to follow through on your goals? Do you have so many goals that it is difficult to prioritize and stay focused? Do you understand the relationship between your goals and your desire to become your best self?
If you can relate to these questions, I invite you to participate in this week’s Leaders Connect: How to Leverage Your Goals to Become Your Best Self. Register for this event HERE.
Here’s what you will expect to learn from the speakers Steve Angerman, Britany Affotler-Caine, and Eileen Gordon:
How goals help integrate our mind, body and spirit.
How to work out while working out.
How goals in one area of life can create strength in another.
Why goals don’t have to be achieved to have value.
What goals teach us about ourselves.
For the next two weeks we will be making available the tape of the Leaders Connect Detroit, 150 Years of Detroit Music: A Virtual Tour
The participants in last week’s workshop were absolutely delighted by the presentations. Viewing this video will be a great opportunity for you individually, but it also is an opportunity to do something collectively. To watch the video, click HERE (You will need to enter the password: DXF313).
I encourage people to use this video as a way to get together with your friends and discuss something really exciting: the music scene in Detroit. For example, set up a cocktail hour and invite some friends to join you via zoom to watch the tape and then to talk about it afterwards. There will be a lot to talk about. I also encourage people to check out the website to the Detroit Experience Factory. Furthermore, as you will learn in the tape, the Motown Museum is in the process of greatly expanding and creating exciting and highly attractive destinations for people from throughout the country in the world to learn about the legacy of Motown.
You can register to become a member of the Motown Museum HERE. When the Covid shut down clears, we hope to sponsor a bus trip from Ann Arbor to the Motown Museum.