Kristy Lawler rocked us into action and set the scene for our toe tapping, seat dancing meeting this morning.
Sabine Parry’s Awsome 80’s theme linked our speech marathon meeting with the speakers favourite 80’s song – a very creative way of getting to know our members – and delivered in true 80’s dress style – loved it, thanks Sabine.
Walking on Sunshine Terrelle Hegarty’s “Thesis in 3” gave eye opening stats about the basis of her thesis on the theories of Women in Construction, admitting one of her biggest challenges will be solving her time hog traits when delivering the thesis in real life.
Welcome to the Jungle Mark Glanville’s “Grief is a Serious Business” encouraging us to be aware of the different forms of grief so we can be more prepared when faced with it ourselves or others around us, giving us some serious business stats.
Fairytale in New York Steve Kennelly’s “Power of Attorney” another very informative and valuable need to know topic delivered with humour using a personal experience with his in-laws to get across some cautions & tips about the need to consider having a Power of Attorney.
Leading in with Working Hard for her Money, not sure we were expecting Vivien Cowey’s topic to be “We don’t want to be compared to Accountants” … but another very informative and useful topic explaining the differences between a Bookkeeper and an Accountant, with a clever analogy between doctors and nurses …
Living on a Prayer David Cooper’s “Signs of Life” helping us ensure we get what we want out of life using atleast 1 if not all 3 of the key ingredients LOVE, ACCEPTANCE & FORGIVENESS and the warning signs if these are missing from your life.
Living Doll Rodney Ford’s “Misfits” about how digging through some brain junk which in reality is the valuable talents we’ve pushed aside from our youth, has led him to joining a musical band “Misfits”. Another gem from Rodney’s hidden talent collection surfaced this morning within his 1980’s pride and joy guitar – bring your amp next time!
See you all on Friday 😊