Awards and Recognition

PowerPup Opportunity

This could have been a bust . . . Tammy‘s A  player, Hera, (who prefers not to be named – oops) was a dud for a PowerPup meeting with Stella,  Michael’s young, athletic, playful puppy. Lemonade was made by a late entering player, Twiggie,  (her mom is not yet a PowerCore member – in fact she had never…

Paulding is Quick to 100% – and that’s not even the best part!

The Paulding Team had 100% participation answering the Referral Trigger question online at 1:02 on Monday – that might be a speed record! The reason Teams answer the Referral Trigger question online is to give more content to Members’ personal profile page. and the Paulding Team’s answers were just that credible.  (Look at Keely’s answer.)…

You Have Naming Rights

Last Wednesday at Virginia Highlands I saw Chip Ivie‘s email address under his picture. Makes it easy to send FeedForward. Friday at Midtown Ed Torrence had his classification listed beside his name. When I shared Chip’s technique Bruce immediately recognized the benefit. Without name badges, or cards in the box, I’m wondering if what we put under our picture is…

How John McColl Keeps the Time

Check this out – during InfoMinutes and 7-Minutes at the East Cobb Team John uses his phone to keep time. Knowing we can’t hear the timer when someone else is speaking, he holds it to the screen, so it’s easy to see the time passed. Great best practices: visual timer, count up. Thanks, John.

Newnan Team – in person!

Thanks to a wide swath of activity by Members, effective preparation from the LeadershipCore, and communication with Members, the Newnan Team welcomed a Visitor (who said he’d be back next week, and asked about attending Information Monday!) for the accounting seat a this week’s meeting – their fourth at the new location.   Their focus workshop was…

What Was vs What Is

Have you entered the desktop zone yet? We’ve been smacked with a reminder to never say never. PowerCore Teams are reporting unanimously that an online meeting is superior to not meeting. TCOs and other Officers have been getting updates and sharing tools. Visitors and New Members are common — and Erik got his blue ribbon…

Different + The Same

Many things are different right now – I get to sleep in 30 minutes longer and still be at the meeting on time. Instead of printing handouts I send a .pdf to Members the day before the meeting to print their own. I’ve seen some sleepy toddlers in their daddy’s laps (I love this!) and some friendly pets…

Timing = for the money

The difference between homeless and wealthy is time – a homeless person doesn’t know if they will eat tonight. A wealthy person is confident they can feed their family for generations. Referrals require a wealthy mindset. When people talk about today — today’s news — it sounds like “in these uncertain times … if you…

Referrals Shape Business

Every 10 months all PowerCore Teams refresh and refocus with new Officers and 2nds. Officer Training began Thursday, the 6th, and continues through Tuesday, the 11th. Check out the Team’s page https://powercore.net/powerresources/team-directory/ to see who has attended, and volunteer to be on their committee.