Balance Living Workshop with EO Detroit
March 19, 2014 • Speaking
Yesterday I spoke to the Detroit chapter of the Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO). I conducted a half day workshop on The Art of Balancing Life. It was my first visit to Detroit, Michigan, and we had a great turnout. 85 members and spouses attended the event which was held at the historic St. Andrews building. It was here, I was told, that many famous artists (such as Eminem) made their first big appearances. Anyway, beautiful old building and a wonderful engaging crowd with great questions.
Here’s part of an email from the chapter administrator post event “The event went well and responses to our survey were out of this world! 9.75 for a speaker rating – our highest ever. I learned much, as well! Please let Dandapani know that I shared with my three kids some of his teachings – this morning they all made their beds!”
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