This Week's Speaker:
Raymond Ezell - KWOC Enterprises
Raymond is the founder and CEO of Kwoc Enterprises. In 1992 he has also founded a successful clinical monitoring research company that is still thriving. In the past two years, he has also partnered with two other thriving companies. He has proudly serviced his country in military service and acquired his bachelor degree in Nursing through the GI Bill. After working 11 years at some of the most prestigious medical centers in the U.S., Raymond returned to Alma Mata and taught nursing at North Carolina Central University and following year at Durham Technical Community College. Over the last twenty years Raymond has worked in the field of clinical trial monitoring and in 2017 enrolled and completed the world’s most prestigious Life Coaching Program at CTI Co-Active Coaching. He is currently an active and successful Life Coach with clients in various parts of the United States.
See you there.
More importantly, Bring plenty of Business Cards and be ready to network!
If you missed last Wednesday's meeting ...
Orlando P Metcalf III - TAI Groupe, LLC
The journey begins on a cold December night in 1946 Chicago. These 71 years have been an incredible journey and it is not concluded. Join me this Wednesday, 28 March, as we explore the impact of Civil Rights, the handicapped, and what it takes to grow your available market by up to 25%.
Just maybe we can also have some fun.
... You were indeed missed.
Bring plenty of Business Cards to this Wednesday's Meeting
|Speaker's Schedule for April 2018|
|11 April -
||Tiffani Johnson. Otter & Mule
|18 April -
||Open Networking Meeting
|25 April -
||Barnsley Brown, Spirited Solutions
Keep It Simple - Attend the Leads meeting at least 50% of the time for 3 consecutive months and have an up to date member business profile in the Member's Directory. Ask Marie Snider to place you on the speakers schedule. Continue to attend at least 50% of the Leads meetings until your presentation. Continue to attend the Leads meeting to strengthen your new referral network.
The Chapel Hill Leads Group regularly scheduled weekly meeting is held every Wednesday morning at Chapel Hill University Inn, 1301 Fordham Boulevard, Chapel Hill, NC 27514 from 8:00 a.m. until 9:30 a.m. Meeting Dues are $5.00 per week. Place your business card and $1.00 in the Optional Drawing. One card will be selected and that person will receive the week's kitty. For Express Check-In, please arrive with a $5.00, a $1.00, and a business card and we will check you in. We greatly appreciate your bringing correct change. We cannot change large denomination bills ($10, $20, $50, etc.) and cannot accept checks.
EXPO OPPORTUNITIES - Each week arrangements have been made for you to show your products. Two (2) tables are available for this "mini-expo". Do not miss the opportunity to display your products or services so that your fellow Leads members can see what it is you do!
Chapel Hill Leads Group Inclement Weather Procedure
What weather conditions will cancel a CHLG Wednesday meeting?
Any weather conditions causing the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools to cancel or impose a 2 hour opening delay on Wednesday, will cancel the CHLG meeting for that Wednesday. Weather conditions include, but are not limited to, tropical storms and hurricanes, snow, and icy roads.
What is the procedure for when school is not in session?
These represent general guidelines. Under all conditions, if you feel that the weather conditions in your area make travel hazardous, Stay Safe - Stay Home.
Which months are most likely to have inclement weather?
- Hurricane season is from late August to mid November.
- Winter months from mid December through March
How do I know if the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City schools are closed or on delayed opening?
- Visit the Chapel Hill Leads Group website for the current status of the Wednesday meeting.
- Join Chapel Hill Leads Group on Facebook to receive notices concerning the status of the Wednesday meeting.
- Visit the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City school website [http://www.chccs.k12.nc.us/] and check the District Alert post on the home page.
- Visit WRAL Weather, school closing [http://www.wral.com/weather/closings/] and check the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City school status. On this page you can sign up to receive an email from WRAL when there is a change in status to the schools closing status.
Did You Know:
From: Lee Schearer,
To: My Fellow Chapel Hill Leads Group Members
Easter,[nb 1] also called Pascha (Greek, Latin)[nb 2] or Resurrection Sunday, is a festival and holiday celebrating the resurrection of Jesus from the dead, described in the New Testament as having occurred on the third day of his burial after his crucifixion by the Romans at Calvary c. 30 AD..
(From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)
I have never been able to find out what colored hard-boiled eggs, chocolate bunny's and other assorted candies have to do with the meaning of Easter as is celebrated in today's culture. That being said, I suppose it also is a time of renewal of the Spring season, a time when flowers bloom, the trees begin to grow their leaves and every day is new and exciting. It is also a time of re-birth.
As is the case with many other "Leads Group" We, at the Chapel Hill Leads Group are also going through a period of re-birth and I am excited about the future. We have had numerous "new" members join our ranks, all of whom are your potential customers and clients and those who can be your potential referral-clients. The opportunities for you to grow your business are available for either you or your competition.
If you are a new business owner or a member who has not attended one of our meetings recently, I invite you to join me this Wednesday morning and to see why the Chapel Hill Leads Group is the oldest "leads Group" in the region, now into our 20th continuous year of helping Triangle business owners becoming successful.
Support the Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina
Attention CHLG Members - The Chapel Hill Leads Group's goal is to raise 100+ boxes of cereal a month. If everyone brought one box of cereal to two meetings this month, the Chapel Hill Leads Group would easily exceed the 100 boxes of cereal goal.
Networking In Your Neighborhood
There are several other Triangle Area Leads Groups available. These groups meet on different days of the week and at different times of the day. They provide the business person a more focused access to the local market. Try one of these other area leads groups soon.