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Enriching Experiences, Creating Bonds

June 19, 2013

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As the sun rises on this beautiful morning, my heart flutters with anticipation at the thought of 130 people coming to our house Saturday to celebrate my son’s graduation. Top on my to-do-list the rest of the week is cooking and preparing for the welcomed crowd which includes all 7 of my siblings from the four corners of the country.

Being brought up Italian meant celebrating with loved ones around a table whether it was after Church on Sunday, Thursday “macaroni day” or a special seven course meal my mom would prepare for her closest friends on a Saturday night. Food, family, friends and events were the essence of my upbringing and continue today, not only at my house, but at 40 Women TIES luncheons a year. It’s probably why I love Women TIES event days. I adore gathering with others around a table.

What I have learned throughout my life is the importance of celebrating the small and big moments with others. Sharing special occasions with customers, favorite business vendors or close associates produces common experiences with them. The sharing experience bonds people together. It’s why the more programs a woman attends of ours, the more she opens the door to creating emotional connections that enhances the event experience, strengthens business bonds and makes her feel at home within our organization. Women are meant to be with other women and to share.

Today’s post is to encourage you to open your heart and mind to attending new social opportunities in business this summer because you release the possibilities of new beginnings, deeper relationships and stronger bonds. Creating enriching personal experiences with other women business owners opens the door to deeper connections of the mind and spirit and lays the foundation for a healthy and vibrant business relationship.

Make sure you don’t miss creating special occasions or attending events that can help forge stronger connections with other women. Accept more luncheon invitations and create special dining experiences to bring together the people you love or want to get to know better. Didn’t you know “A way to a woman’s heart is through her stomach?”

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  1. June 19, 2013 9:39 am

    Tracy, what a great reminder that we need to slow down and appreciate the people who are important to us in all facets of our lives. Congratulations to your son for reaching this milestone and good luck on Saturday!

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