Wed, Feb 12|
2nd floor of Loblaws at 427 and Burnhamt
Goal Setting Workshop
Time & Location
Feb 12, 2020, 6:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
2nd floor of Loblaws at 427 and Burnhamt, 380 The East Mall, Etobicoke, ON M9B 6L5, Canada
About the Event
February 12, 2020 6:30-9:00pm 2nd floor of Loblaws at 427 and Burnhamthorpe 380 The East Mall, Etobicoke, ON M9B 6L5
What this seminar is about?
Before the end of the session, you will have all your goals defined and timed. You will have clear instructions on how you should monitor and be accountable for your goals. You will create a list of them for all aspects of your life, not just business and financial part but also including your health, lifestyle and family.
Invite your partner or significant other for accountability, support, and joint personal growth.
Schedule - 6:00-6:30pm registration coffee, tea, light snacks - 6:30-8:45pm workshop, speaker - Alexandra Botyuk, active participation will be required - 8:45-9:15pm network and wrap up
Early Bird Price: $25+ registration fees per person up to Feb 2, 2020 Full ticket price $30 + registration Only 40 Tickets available
To pay go to: https://goalsettingevent.eventbrite.com
ONE MUST REGISTER and prepay to secure your spot. No refunds.
The price includes:
- Light refreshments and snacks
- Hand out material to work on
- Free ample parking at the plaza
A word from the organizer: There was an extensive study of Yale graduates of 1953. The study was done to trace the importance of goals in the life of the graduates. 3% had put their goals in writing 97% had incomplete goals or none at all
Twenty years later The 3% who set goals had greater income than the other 97% combined.
I have been doing this exercise for 4 years and it works. Do I achieve all my goals in the timeframe set? - No. Do I achieve the majority of my goals - Yes. Sometimes my goals are so high it takes a few years to reach them, sometimes I don't even realize how the circumstances worked themselves out so I reached them without any effort.
Hope you can join us!
Presenter: Alexandra Botyuk Successful real estate agent, investor and community leader. Alexandra provides outstanding service as a realtor and actively supports the Ukrainian community by organizing networking and development events. She came to Canada in 2001 and changed many career paths while achieving significant results. Her career at So-Use Credit Union started as a receptionist and within 7 years brought her up to the Branch Manager level. She left this position when she realized she wanted more control over her life and ventured into different businesses. Now she is actively helping many Ukrainian families with their real estate needs.