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Life-Work Integration for Optimal Happiness & Productivity

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Long Island Breakfast Club Welcomes you with Philotimo!
Our motto: “Philotimo! Experience impacts the world beyond imagination.”

Philotimo: An array of virtues that encompasses honor, dignity and pride, the ideal actions and behaviors, hospitality, bonds, and responsibilities between each other.

Come join us for High Energy Return of Philotimo. As a community we can make this happen on Long Island! We can work together to make the world a better place. LIBC’s goal is to assist with providing referrals, companionship, business networking, contacts for interviewing and mentors for each individual’s success. A self described socialpreneur network promoting workforce development for midlife professionals.

When: Saturday Jan 12, 2019 9:00am
Speaker:  Life-Work Integration for Optimal Happiness & Productivity: Eileen Lichtenstein, MS. Ed. CEO, Balance & Power, Inc.   Author of SOAR! with Resilience: The Interactive Book for Overcoming Obstacles & Achieving Success”. Eileen specializes in personal development and C-Level Executive Coaching and Training, including stress and anger reduction management, life, parenting career coaching, effective communication and career challenges.

RSVP Required: www.longislandbreakfastclub.org
Questions: vjanek@optonline.net

Since its founding in 2006, the Long Island Breakfast Club has provided career counseling, support and advocacy for experienced, in-transition professionals on Long Island.

Register for the Event   We Meet, We Eat, We Seek, Re-invent, And Promote Philotimo. Socialpreneurship is a new valued addition. Meet new businesses to collaborate with and pass the karma & referrals. www.longislandbreakfastclub.org | Facebook Group

More about Eileen Lichtenstein’s C-Level Executive Coaching


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I am very proud to announce that the Long Island Arts Council at Freeport has selected me to receive one of the “Top 25 Advocates for the Arts Awards”.

 At a January 25th awards reception at the Bellmore Movies, I will be honored along with 24 other deserving colleagues who have demonstrated outstanding commitment to the advancement of the arts in our community.  As part of this event, I have set a personal goal to raise a minimum of $1,000.00 in donations for this worthy charitable organization that provides so many programs and services.

I ask that you please help me reach my goal by making any donation that you can.  Take a moment to visit my website: http://supporteileenlichtenstein.eventbrite.com

 Proceeds of this important event will benefit the Long Island Arts Council at Freeport, a non-profit organization which provides many programs and services. The Arts Council administers the High 5 Long Island (a program providing teenagers with $5 tickets to cultural events and special youth programming), presents concerts and exhibits, sponsors a juried photography show, donates musical instruments to schools in underserved communities, manages an international musical composition contest and much more.

 If you have any questions or comments please call me. I thank you for your donations and support.  

516 623 4353   BalanceandPower

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This is a story I found on the Internet. It illustrates the nature and wisdom of working together.
“As each goose flaps its wings, it
creates an ‘uplift’ for the bird following. By
flying in a V formation, the whole flock
adds 71% flying range than if each bird
flew alone.
LESSON: People who share a common
direction and sense of community can
get where they are going quicker and
easier because they are traveling on the
thrust of one another.
Whenever a goose falls out of
formation, it suddenly feels the drag and
resistance of trying to fly alone, and
quickly gets back into formation to take
advantage of the “lifting power” of the bird
immediately in front.
LESSON: If we have as much sense as
a goose, we will stay in formation
with those who are headed where we
want to go.
When the lead goose gets tired, it
rotates back into the formation and another
flies at the point position.
LESSON: It pays to take turns doing
the hard tasks and sharing leadership
with people as geese, interdependent
with each other.
The geese in formation honk from
behind to encourage those up front to keep
up their speed.
LESSON: We need to make sure our
honking from behind is encouraging–
not something less than helpful.
When a goose gets sick or wounded
or shot down, two geese drop out of the
formation and follow it down to help and
protect him. They stay with the goose until
it is either able to fly again or dies. They
launch out on their own with another
formation or catch up with the flock.
LESSON: If we have as much sense as
geese, we’ll stand by each other like
. . . Author Unknown

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Hello Fellow Networkers,
I am grateful to know each of you. I am taking time now to follow-up, strengthen relationships and to invite you to partake in my offerings: complimentary coaching consultation via telephone : http:// http://www.balanceandpower.com/coaching.php , motivational “gigs” at your organizations and my workshops:http://www.balanceandpower.com/events.php.
I have been invited to be on the board of http://www.longislandwomeninpower.com and have happily accepted the post as “Director of Networking and Inspiration.”
As an active Business Advocate-Member of http://www.thelongislandway.com I encourage you to check out this unique business that connects business and non-profits.
Our networking and charitable Long Island community is growing- certainly a positive outcome of “the crisis”. An innovator and star networker in this community is David Gussin, who heads up
516Ads.com & 631Ads.com
Long Island’s Advertising/Community Network where you can find my article each month on his front page

On that note, I have entered into a collaboration with Ron Dilbert, of http://www.singleparentpower.com to bring workshops and retreats to this growing population. We are actively seeking sponsors for our future events. Please contact rdilbert@singleparentpower.com . If you have a lead for this or are interested in discussing it.
The Balance and Power™ Network is expanding! Thanks to your support and feedback, I am starting an evening venue at http://www.bluefirmamentrvc.com on the 3rd Thursday of each month, 7-9PM beginning May 21. The Blue Firmament in Rockville Centre, NY is an eclectic holistic center in a beautiful space-shop with a raw food bar and seminar room. The co-owner, Miss Sheiva is a joy to work with, and welcomes the networking community. The Balance and Power™ Network now has a BlogTalkRadioShow http://www.blogtalkradio.com/eileen-lichtenstein
When: Weds. 1:00 EST
March 25, April 1 and 8
Dial in listener: 347 215 8808 – You may join the chat room on the web at the same time you are on telephone or computer-speaker.
There is one more link I’m asking you to click: http://www.joinnetworkplus.com. The Balance and Network™ Network in person gatherings are affiliated with this group,
with Ted Fattaross at the helm. It costs zip to become a member (with a $100 application fee). It is growing, over 1,000 members now in 12 states. Reap the benefits, see for yourself.

PS. I’m a Great Connector:)

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