PLORK U - West Coast
Saturday, October 12, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM (EDT)
There's a time for PLay and there’s a time for wORK.
October 12th is a time to:
“A cross between a creativity workshop and productivity training
- with a bit of ‘life balance’ thrown in for good measure!”
Join us for a day of inspiration, play, learning
and oh so much more!
Watch how play leads to a world of better communication, awakening inner creativity, freeing your imagination and true self-discovery. It is an opportunity for people in any industry to up their business game. Or maybe you’re just plain interested in challenging your own potential
Why get “Plorked?”
After a day of PLORK, you will:
Oct 12th is
YOUR day to Collaborate,
Connect and Create.
Come get PLORKed!
When: October 12, 2013
Where: The Link, Arcata CA
Time: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Registration/Chit Chat with new friends begins at 8:30
Note: Limited Handicap Acess
Ticket price includes full-day workshop and lunch.
(And this will be a lunch event you have never experienced!)
And your HEAD PLORKers for the day are:
|Rich DiGirolamo||Scott “Q” Marcus|
Rich finds things. He is the Founder of Recess At Work Day; an employee health, wellness and engagement initiative, as well as the Founder of DoubleDDiner.org, Inc. which operates The World’s Only Virtual Diner Fighting Hunger.
He has found his way around the United States and a few International places talking to professional groups on how a better employee experience converts to a better customer experience which converts to a better bottom line experience.
Everything else you need to know about Rich you can find at his website. The real juicy stuff Rich won't put on his website will be revealed during PLORK U.
Scott has lost 2,327 pounds – If you add up all the weight he has lost (and regained) since childhood and is a syndicated newspaper columnist, as well as the founder of 21DayHabitChange.com.
His presentations are described as a “cross between attitude 101, group therapy, and a southern revival.” In order to get the most out of them, you will need to put your left-brain on hold, and — although part of what he does is help people lose weight — he is not a “food cop.” He requests you do not monitor what he eats and he will not watch you – however he might be willing to speak to your organization in exchange for enough good quality chocolate (although he’ll deny it).
If you would like to know more, visit ThisTimeIMeanIt.com
We are proud to co-host Plork West in conjunction with The Link.
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