Dr. Dana Kind Joins the 10 Year Club

10 years. Two Teams. Nine leadership positions. If you’re going be here, you’re going be active! Yes, it’s been excellent. And, you’re not without responsibility in the rest of your life, why have you added this to your plate? Well, I figure do it right and be part of the problem then I can’t complain about it! Making sure that I help everyone get business is why I get up in the morning, so the easiest way to do that is to be in a leadership role. Maybe my military background, I guess I just want to lead. That’s the biggest thing for me. Volunteering to be an Officer has been very helpful. It helps my business. I don’t get a ton of referrals, but they are consistent and steady and the resources I offer my patients are invaluable. I can’t tell how many times they are complaining and I have the perfect Team Member to refer them to. That’s a benefit for me, too. Congratulations Dr. Kind, thank you for sharing.

Phil Minnes Acquires a 10 Year Pin

What’s kept you coming to this table at 7 a.m. for 10 years. Basic math: that’s 500 meetings. Every time I think I know everything about networking, I come here and the Team helps make changes to my business again. Every single year. So, thank you for that.  Thank you and congratulations Phil.

Danny Nungesser Earns A Gold Star

This means you’ve invited five people who came, and who joined. When you are talking about a 7:00 AM meeting, what is it that you say? “I invite them to grow their business. I tell them there are people in the room who want to grow their own business as well. Anytime I’m trying to build their…

Carrie Leary Adds A 10 Year Pin

It was an honor to award Carrie Leary her 10 Year Pin. In 10 years she’s had every possible excuse for leaving. My question was what keeps you here every Friday at 7AM? “Well, and I was thinking about this morning, Why do I come? It’s because I still, literally, get excited to wake up at 5:00 in the morning…

Chris Handley Joined the 15 Year Club

Fifteen years. You were a Member, then you weren’t. I’m very interested in why you decided to come back, and I’m always interested in what keeps you participating. The first 6 years on the Peachtree Team and I thought it was the only Team in the world. I had no idea there were 30 or…

Greg Golden Reaches the 10 Year Mark

Ten years long enough to have it’s own name: a decade. In PowerCore that’s 500 meetings. Did you think you’d be here for 10 years, Greg? “When I first visited I loved the energy of the group.  Everyone was focused on business but did not take themselves too seriously.  I told myself I could try this for…

Mark Thomas receives a Gold Star

Gold Star achievers have invited five Visitors who joined.  Mark Thomas has rung that bell. I asked what he says to people when he suggests a 7:00 am meeting be added to their calendar? “For me it’s easy. I just say, ‘Well listen, it’s been very, very beneficial for me, and if you want to get up early…

Dr. Branden Evans Locks Down a 10 Year Pin

When you joined 10 years ago, did you think you’d still be here? “I knew that this was a good place to be. My first day here, there were four chiropractors trying to get the seat. When I saw that, I felt it might be important to be here.”  In 10 years, from a business…

Nancy Davis Achieves the 10 Year Pin

Ten years is 500 PowerCore meetings! I asked Nancy what has kept her at this table for 10 years: The obvious answer of course is, it’s good for my business. And it has been or I wouldn’t have stayed. And there’s another answer: I’m a solo-preneur. I work by myself in an office. I see…

Norm Hatke Joins the 20 Year Club

Twenty years ago Norm, a Realtor, decided to have a PowerCore Team. I asked why.  There are so many benefits that come with membership. The big one for me is commissions! Over the years it’s been just fantastic. It’s business I wouldn’t have had otherwise. The first visit I attended I filled out the application at the meeting  — because I…