April 2017 Forum – Fire Yourself! at TPT Studios

Fire Yourself!  It’s more than a phrase, it’s a process.

You have the power to achieve the personal life, work life, and retirement life you desire and deserve.

 

Fire Yourself!  It’s more than a phrase, it’s a process.  That process helps guide readers towards a new career, or a new mindset with renewed appreciation of the career you currently have.

Lisa Brezonik and John Rusciano took years of professional client-based interaction and guidance and put pen to paper, crafting a book that asks the reader to go through the process of ‘firing themselves’ – and how it impacts their values, finances, and career aspirations.

In their presentation, they will lead our Forum attendees down the path they each took, highlighting key elements of the process that can bring a new level of awareness to your professional life.  The presentation speaks to everyone – from fledgling professionals to those nearing retirement.  Their process is proven effective and impactful.  The attendees will have the chance to meet the authors, ask questions and discover what “Fire Yourself” could mean to them and their future.

You’re invited to learn more at the exclusive SHIFT Forum being held in the brand-new Twin Cities Public Television (TPT) Street Space in St. Paul on Monday,  April 3.  There will also be time for you to network with other midlifers to share your own personal success strategies, as well as learn more about SHIFT and how you can personally get involved and support SHIFT in 2017.

Check out John and Lisa’s recent TV appearance on WCCO’s This Morning: click here!

 

About our Presenters

John Rusciano joined Northwestern Mutual after more than a decade as an executive in telecommunications and real estate investment. As a Wealth Management Advisor, he helps clients align their resources and career strategies with their highest-held values, driving thoughtful and intentional financial planning decisions. John is a volunteer to the Minnesota Fire Service Foundation, is a NOAA Skywarn volunteer and Extra Class Amateur Radio operator. John lives in Minnetonka, Minnesota, with his wife, COO, and business partner, Koren, and has three grown children, Jessica, Julia, and Mark.

 

Lisa Brezonik   has more than 20 years of experience in leading and coaching individuals maneuvering change and growth. After holding HR leadership roles at several national and international companies, she founded an executive coaching and organizational consulting firm that created solutions for both individual and organizational growth. Lisa is currently Chief Talent Officer at Salo, LLC, a consulting firm that offers solutions for finance, accounting, and HR. Lisa serves on the board of the Ann Bancroft Foundation. She lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota, with her husband, Nick, and her children Sarah, Joe, Billy and Niko.

 

ChrisFarrell2Hosted in the new Street Space
Twin Cities Public Television
172 East 4th Street
St. Paul, MN 55101

 

Monday,  April 3, 2017
6:30 pm – Registration, Networking
7:00 pm – Presentation
Price:
SHIFT Members: $15.00
Non-Members: $25.00

SEATING IS LIMITED FOR THIS EVENT.    

Click to register.

 

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Refund Policy
In the event that SHIFT cancels a program, you’ll receive a refund of your registration payment. SHIFT will not issue credits or refunds in the following circumstances: you cancel your registration, register but do not attend, or attend but leave early, or do not attend all sessions of a multi-session course.

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Driving Directions to TPT
Arriving from the south on I-35E
Exit northbound I-35E at Kellogg Boulevard. Go right (east) onto Kellogg and follow Kellogg through downtown, past Wabasha & Robert Streets. You’ll see the Minnesota TeleCenter on your left at Kellogg and Jackson. Find an open parking meter or go one more block on Kellogg and turn left onto Sibley, and then turn left into the Lowertown parking ramp.

Arriving from the north on I-35E
Exit southbound I-35E at the Tenth Street/Wacouta exit. Follow Tenth Street to the stoplight and turn left onto Jackson Street. Continue south into downtown. Find an open parking meter or continue past Fourth Street to the Lowertown ramp.

Arriving from the west on I-94
Exit eastbound I-94 at the Fifth Street exit. Continue on Fifth Street into the center of downtown. At Jackson Street turn right (south) and look for street parking, or continue 1 1/2 blocks to the Lowertown ramp.

Arriving from the east on I-94
Exit westbound I-94 at the Kellog-Mounds exit. Turn left onto Kellogg and go about a mile. At the Sibley Street stoplight turn right, go 1/2 block and turn left into the Lowertown ramp, or look for an open parking spot on the street.

We’re looking forward to seeing you!!

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