Next I heaed to another session with Emily Montoya titled, I am starting out. I have to say that I really like her. She is an engaging speaker with a great sense of humour and a giving spirit. She likened doing Stampin' Up as a business to playing a game, in that both have rules, strategies, and rewards - such a neat way of looking at it.
The last session of the day was with Brian Pilling (the only session I attended with a male presenter) titled I am a leader. Only what he really wanted to call it was I am a bad leader as it discussed how to not be a bad leader. This was JAM PACKED with info that I will be looking into in more depth because it's good to have these strategies in LIFE.
That's worth working for I'd say.
As well, everyone was was given a couple of stamp sets...so cool. Here we are with our brand new Ronald McDonald House Charity set, Moving Forward. Look for this to be used in my upcoming classes.
Speaking of moving forward, I definitely feel like this Convention has inspired me to move forward with my business and has given me much more than a suitcase full of ideas, inspiration, and product. It has also given me new friends, and many memories to keep forever.