The Association of Fundraising Professionals, East Texas Chapter (AFP ETX) will present Paul Vitale during the chapter meeting set for Tuesday, July 2, 2019 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Tyler’s Hollytree Country Club. The event is open to the public, and tickets are $10 for AFP members and $30 for non-members.
“We are so excited to bring Mr. Vitale to East Texas, and I want to encourage the community to take advantage of this opportunity to see one of America’s most sought-out speakers right here at home, at such a reasonable cost,” says AFP ETX Chapter President, Mrs. Whitney Patterson. “You are sure to leave feeling a renewed sense of confidence and focus, no matter what type of work you do.”
In his program titled, “It’s Your Life – Dominate it,” Mr. Vitale will utilize an exciting, multimedia presentation to encourage audience members to maximize their own potential by implementing specific, proven techniques, with emphasis on the following points:
· Choose Challenge Over Comfort
· Exemplify Confidence Not Arrogance
· Undoubtedly Be Yourself
· Dwell on What You Have, Not on What You Don’t
· Promote Hope Over Hatred
Well known for his enthusiasm and magnetic personality, Mr. Vitale, president of Matt Birk and Company, LLC, travels worldwide speaking to organizations about the importance of a positive attitude, a strong work ethic, and other vital concepts. His audiences benefit from the many seeds of heroism he has encountered during his travels and experiences with people from the corporate boardroom, to the classroom, and everywhere in between. During his high-energy presentation, Vitale will present ideas to captivate and inspire participants to thrive and excel in this constantly changing world.
Tickets may be purchased through Eventbrite, and more information may be found at https://community.afpnet.org/afptxeastchapter/home.
AFP ETX is committed to supporting development professionals throughout the greater East Texas area. Today, its membership includes nearly 80 active AFP members who serve as development directors, fundraising consultants, grant writers, volunteer fundraisers, nonprofit executives, and other individuals dedicated to fundraising and philanthropy. The chapter consists of professionals from all over East Texas, including Smith, Gregg, Henderson, Rains, Van Zandt, Upshur, Rusk, Nacogdoches, Anderson and Cherokee Counties.