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Living Authentically: A Business Strategy

  • 23-Jan-2015
  • 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
  • Brighton Town Hall - Downstairs Meeting Room


  • No Charge

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Living Authentically: A Business Strategy

Presenter: Rick French

Take part in an interactive and stimulating conversation about using  your passion and your authentic self to more fully be alive and effective in your work and life.  This is an exploration of how to more closely tie what we do with what we believe.  It is a story of taking courage to do what you do best.

Three key learnings the audience will take away from this program:
  1. Passion: How to  tap into who you are in what you do.
  2. Mindfulness: The importance of being present to your work … listening.
  3. The Importance of Fun: Why we are doing this (or if it's not fun, why do it?)
Rick FrenchRick began his professional life taking incarcerate youth into the swamps of the south and challenging them to do what they had to to survive for the next 30 days and they would earn their freedom.  He has lead outdoor adventures on all 7 continents including the highest point on Antarctica involving a plane crash. 

For 35 years Rick's experiences have ranged from working with Executive Teams in the corporate world in leadership and communication issues to buying land in Africa to build houses for his porters who have assisted him for over 20 years on Kilimanjaro.  His work has lead to over $1 million in donations to projects around the world and in this country. 

Despite the long list of what might be considered amazing experiences, each one has been built around small steps and a continuing search to gain more peace in his heart.  That search continues with a curiosity of what others experience in their worlds and how that might expand his view of life and the world.


No charge for RPCN members. $10.00 for non-members.

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