Joe Thompson Speaking on Goals at the Wild Wild West Group on Jan 28thPosted on January 23, 2013 by
We’re kicking off 2013 with a bang at the Wild Wild West Group! Saddle up and hold on to your bootstraps, cause believe me, partner, you’re in for a real treat. Join us next Monday, January 28th at 7pm at The Cherokee Cattle Company as we host our special guest speaker, local successful businessman Joe Thompson. Joe is going to talk about New Year’s resolutions and goal setting. Are you gonna be one of the multitudes that throw in the towel, toss another one of your dreams to the wind, or you gonna COWBOY UP and ride that buckin’ bronco to the finish? Are you ridin’ that bull…or just talking some bull? What if you only had to hold on 8 more seconds to win the prize? Could you ride it out…or will you jump off, full of self-doubt, fear, and lack of focus?
Joe holds on and STICKS WITH IT. Yeah, he gets bruised up a bit along the way (all cowboys do!), yet he is walking tall and focused. My daddy always said, if a horse bucks you off, you gotta get right back on. Horses can sense fear a mile away, and so can goals and resolutions. Come learn to lasso yours in and get control of them by “knowin’ where you’re goin’”. It’s a new year, and a new beginning. Joe will show us how we can all set some realistic, easily achievable goals to make 2013 our most successful and profitable year ever. Come learn what SERIOUS goal setting can do for you and your business!
Round up your posse, mosey on over, and we’ll see you there. Doors open at 6:30, program starts at 7pm. And don’t forget Late Nite Networking in the Saloon after the meeting, where you can talk with Joe and network with all the partners. Members attend FREE, and guests are just $5 at the door. Yeeeehaaaaaaa! Remember, you’re either making dust or eating it, so COWBOY UP!
With over 28 years experience, Joe Thompson is a financial consultant and seasoned investor. Joe also leads the Haves and Wants Meeting, Atlanta’s premier networking meeting for Real Estate Investors having facilitated over $120,000,000 in transactions over its 5 year history.