They hone their speaking skills, pick up speaking tips, do some networking, and chow down on yummy food. This describes the monthly “Speaking That Connects: workshops held by Eileen Sinett of Comprehensive Communication Services at her Plainsboro Road studio for a dozen or so entrepreneurs.
Those at the January meeting shared these opportunities:
The “Queen of Laughter” ” (Sherri Waryasz, in the caricature) offers “Laugh Yourself Healthy” workshops on first Wednesdays (March 2), at 7 p.m. at Robert Wood Johnson’s Fitness & Wellness Center, 3100 Quakerbridge Road. Register at 609-584-5900, $5 payable at the door. She promises that to show how to use laughter as a powerful tool to ease and enhance your personal and professional life. firstname.lastname@example.org
Kathy Kyriakou of GiftCatalogs4u issues an invitation to an open networking event sponsored by BNI Mercer County on Friday, Feb. 11, 5:30 to 8 p.m., at the Wyndham Hotel and Conference Center on Scudders Mill Road. Those who pre-register at http://www.bnimercer.com pay $20 at the door, other pay $24.
Organize Yourself for Inner Peace with Ellen Tozzi’s interactive workshop on Saturday, February 19, 10 to 1 p.m. Cost $20. “Learn the tools and mindset you need to get organized in this interactive workshop. Explore the causes of clutter and get tips on how to eliminate items, organize what remains and develop systems to stay organized,” says Ellen Tozzi. Call 609-683-1101. Cost: $20. Tozzi also teaches at the Princeton Adult School, starting Thursday, February 24. Ellen@NaturalOrderDesign.com
Karen Hodges Miller of Open Door Publications will stage a day-long “Writing, Publishing, and Selling Your Book” on Saturday, April 16.
Robert Gough of Green Energy Economics (www.Viridian.com/Green4Less) and also president of the Jamesburg-Monroe Regional Chamber of Commerce invites new chamber members at a cost of $100 annually.
For these fourth Friday breakfast meetings, the baked goods – muffins, breads, and egg/cheese dishes – are provided by Shirley Reynolds of Private Party Chefs. (In the photo, she is on the right, shown with Sinett). Reynolds is a culinary arts and business graduate who has been a food service director in business, industry, school district, and R&D; environments and who has now opened her own catering business (email@example.com).
Sinett offers the next breakfast meeting on Friday, February 25, 8:30 to 10 a.m., at 610 Plainsboro Road. Cost: $10. Register at 609-799-1400 or http://www.speakingthatconnects.com