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CAMLS Annual Meeting
Wednesday, May 19, 2004
10:15:00 AM - 1:30:00 PM

Location:
Middleburg Hts. Community Ctr.

1600 E. Bagley Road

Cost:
$35 CAMLS Members
$45 Affiliate Members
$70 Non-members
Free for guests/speakers

Veggie Available

Deadline: Wednesday, May 12, 2004
Limit: 75
Registered Now: 7
Contact Hours: 2

**Notes:
Includes materials and lunch.

HUMOR is sometimes dismissed by management and supervisors as frivolous and unproductive. In fact, it may be the most underated and invaluable assets for people who plan to prosper.

HUMOR enables us to do better. Laughter moves the body and that feels good. We breathe more deeply and that brings greater amounts of oxygen to the brain so we can think more clearly, Laughing produces chemicals in the brain that reduce pain and stress. Humor is simply a powerful trigger for creative action!

Key Takeaways

  • LEARN the four common denominators of living longer as identified by Harvard Medical School.
  • PRACTICE the methods of taking a "Daily Mental Shower."
  • PREPARE your attitude to enjoy what is expected, demanded and necessary to get the job done.
  • KNOW the pleasures of productive work.
  • ENJOY your work, your family and yourself.
Audience: Directors, Library Trustees, Staff, Open to all.
Presenter:
Phil Sorentino has learned that the power of laughter unleashes the motivations of people to become the best that they can be. A few of his accomplishments include more than 29 years in business management including food service, retailing and financial services, over 3,000 presentations in more than 21 years of speaking before a wide variety of audiences and professionals; Past President, The Ohio Speakers Forum; and member, National Speakers Forum. Mr. Sorentino has achieved the distinction of Certified Speaking Professional, one of approximately 450 worldwide. Join us for a unique, fun-filled presentation that's guaranteed to reduce your stress and tickle your funny bone.

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