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Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Gerry Visca to open for Jack Canfield in Toronto May 23, 2009

I am really excited to have been selected as the Master of Ceremonies for the May 23, Jack Canfield event at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. I had the pleasure of sharing centre stage with Jack a year ago this month in Caledon Ontario at the Phenomenal View event. It was Jack Canfield that initially ignited me in 2007 to transform my life and become a speaker on a quest to creatively inspire 1 million people.

Several things attracted me to volunteer my services as MC for this unique event:

  • The opening performer to sing the national anthem, a seventeen year old girl Samantha Mutus who was diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome at age 4. Despite her disorder, Samanatha has gone on to perform at major events and made it through the first round of Canadian Idol.

  • The tremendous efforts on the part of Universal Energies President and event organizer, Ginny.

  • The opportunity to help spread Jack's inspiring message to the attendees and be a part of this exciting and inspiring day.

If you want to be a part of this event, please feel free to visit: http://www.universalenergieseventplanning.com/

Friday, April 17, 2009

Inspiring 175 people at the Buffalo Canoe Club

I just returned from an exciting evening talk to the Fort Erie Chamber of Commerce AGM last night. The event was held at the Buffalo Canoe Club, a fantastic venue with great food and hospitality. I was very impressed with the professionalism of the event organizers, especially Steve Passero and Kim, the President of the Fort Erie Chamber. The organizers had me promote the upcoming October 2009 Branding Boot Camp. I touched on my 10 laws of creativity and had a bit of fun with the crowd. Considering we all had a bit of wine before my talk make for an engaging key note. Aside from a bit of noise from the bar from the folks that decided not to participate in the talk, overall the night was a success. I focused heavily on the significance of tapping into your Unique Ability and the power of Creativity when applied to all aspects of your personal and business life. The 10 laws of creativity that speak on relate to these different aspects in their own way. Let's take a look at that:

Your Unique Ability is the really the driving force behind it all. It impacts so many areas of your life, your happiness, your career and your relationships with those around you. Differentiate; Stand Out; Become a Master Presenter; Collaborate and Attract directly impact your business and your organizations ability to move their business forward and thrive.
Conditioning Your Mind, Building Momentum and Living Life with Passion are directly connected to the personal aspects of your life. To get from where you are to where you want to be, you must integrate these Creative Laws on a daily basis, only then can you start to creatively transform your life for positive change.

Especially now, this time, we are being forced to adapt and change, we have no choice, the world has changed so if we do not bend with it, adapt to it, we will not survive in it. We are going through hell so just keep moving, don't stop or you will be in hell. (according to Sir Winston Church hill).

Your Personal Brand, one of my favorite laws, what you do you want to be recognized for? How do you want to be perceived? You need to take the time and focus on you, what you are, why you exist and what is your life purpose.

I look forward to returning to Fort Erie in October for a full day Branding Boot Camp and working closely with the 100 attendees over this exciting high-energy packed day.

I will also be holding a full day Branding Boot Camp in my studio in Burlington on May 21, 2009 with 25 entrepreneurs so if this is something you would like to be a part of, please book your seat today by contacting my associate wendy@networkisg.com or by phone at (905) 528-6032.
Gerry Visca offered a multi dimensional key note address to our Chamber of Commerce membership at our annual general meeting. Layered with charisma, humour, and insight into the creativity that lies within all of us, he ignited the passion within our members to capitalize on their personal and business branding potential. We look forward to having him back in the fall for a full day workshop. Stephen Passero, Fort Erie Chamber of Commerce