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September 5, 2015

LABOR? > NO LABOR?

LABOR DAY IS LABOR FOR MANY AND UNPLUGGING FOR OTHERS!

One definition of Labor I found reads as follows:  expenditure of physical or mental effort especially when difficult or compulsory. Difficult or compulsory? Well that sounds extra appealing. I know so many people in my network who wish they were not LABORING so hard all the time. I don’t like seeing it and I don’t like to see people struggling in any way. Likewise, I see many people LABORING as they passionately and with great excitement are building their ideas and fulfilling their dreams each day. Every hour of every day working towards goals they have set and loving every minute of it.

My attitude has always been: If you turn your hobbies into companies, or if you find something that you absolutely love doing each day when you get up, that you never have to work or LABOR a day in your life!  What about you?

Are you LABORING or are you UNPLUGGING and loving your life and career this weekend?

Either way, we’d like to make every day a little easier for you. We’d love to welcome you into our network and to see what we can do to make all that labor a bit easier for you! Here are your next 2 opportunities!

Join us Monday, September 14th here in San Francisco at the Box SF at 6:30pm. We have sold out the last three months and this one likely will as well so buy now if you would like to attend. Tickets here: https://theartofactivenetworkingsf.eventbrite.com

Join us Tuesday, September 15th in Los Angeles at Ignited Spaces at 6:30pm. We are growing so buy soon if you would like to attend. Tickets here: https://theartofactivenetworkingla.eventbrite.com

Tickets are always available for each event on our website until 6pm day of the event, or are available for 10 dollars more at the door until 7:30 pm. Please take a look at our Website, read the reviews, join our groups and social media pages on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter; and share this with others at http://www.TheArtofActiveNetworking.com

Any questions at all...just call me!

Mark E. Sackett

415-602-9500
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