Saturday, October 29, 2016
08:30 to noon
727 – 11 Ave., S.W., Calgary
IPAC presents Bruce Lee
Author of: Why Trust Me?
We’re very fortunate to have Author, Speaker and all-around enthusiast for life, Bruce Lee to speak to us on October 29th. His topic will be:
It’s All About Outcomes
It’s one thing to have the urge to write a book and then nurture it to the point of bringing it into the daylight of actual publication.
It’s quite another to have a clear vision of what you want to achieve by doing so. Is it just to get it out of your system? Is it to share an experience that gave you great learning? Is it to support your workshops and public speaking? Is it to make a pile of money and retire at 35 (heaven forbid!)?
These, and so many others, are examples of the Outcomes that Bruce will be addressing in his presentation at our October meeting.
For authors and writers, both published and aspiring, it’s how to stay on track and focused to create the results you need.
Bruce will also talk about his own experiences of creating and publishing his latest book Why Trust Me? (Bruce has offered that attendees will receive a complimentary access to the eBook version!)
To quote from its Foreword, “Trust is about honesty, transparency, effective communication and consistency, doing the right thing, every time, with everyone.”
And Trust is one of the most important elements of how you present you and your book to the world.
BRUCE LEE is an international event speaker, coach, MC and author. He is known for his highly entertaining and effective delivery that combines humor and the latest business concepts and realities.
He is also a semi-professional and published photographer, avid mountain hiker, road biker, scuba diving enthusiast, downhill skier, a regular blood donor with 420 donations to date, is active on several Boards, and volunteers teaching business courses on behalf of Junior Achievement in school programs.
More about IPAC Meetings
As always, you will have a chance to meet and talk with other authors and self-publishers. Our members tell us over and over how much this has helped them along the writing and publishing journey.
We meet from 8:30 until noon on the last Saturday, September through November and January through May or June. The meeting fee is $20 for members and $25 for non-members (cash or cheques only), payable at the beginning of the meeting. A full breakfast is included in the fee (the meal cannot be deducted from meeting fees because our room rental is based on the number of attendees).
Location: Danish Canadian Club, 727 – 11th Avenue S.W. Lots of free parking in the club parking lot, on the west side of the building. Enter through the Club doors on the west side of the building and watch for directions, or check with Club staff.
08:30: Breakfast buffet
09:00: Members and guests briefly introduce themselves
09:45: Bruce speaks
10:30: Break and networking