Today was a great day at the MLS Tech Fair, it was a SOLD out event that I feel gave Realtors alot of useful information. I actually over heard a few women in the hallway saying how overwhelmed and overloaded they felt with information and both women hoped that they remembered a quarter of what was said.
(Dan Green, Joe Ferrara and Phil Thomas Di Giulio from WellcomeMat.com)
I have to say that this was my first time speaking in public to that large of a group. My nerves were high prior to the panel sitting down but once we got started and I saw how receptive the audience was and I quickly relaxed and enjoyed the moment.
If there are people from that event reading this blog, I invite you to comment your thoughts and feelings about the session: What did you like? What should we change? Did you walk away with the urge to start your blog? Have you started a blog of your own yet?
I felt like our panel worked well together and gave alot of great information. But, I would like to know what the audience took away from the session (and think of it this way, this is your first step to blogging).
I want to thank MLSLI for inviting me and I look forward to reading your new blog (which I will add to my blog roll once you have it live). I want to extend my thank you to Jenny Natale and Beth O'Connor as well as the rest of the crew who assisted us. I was delighted to take part in such a great function that you planned. Do you do Weddings?
- Wilfred E. Joseph - Daniel Gale
- Mona Holzman - Century21, June Shapiro
- Robin Gordon - Coldwell Banker
- Ben Olivia - Keller Williams
- Scott Mitchell - Century21, Laffey
- Scott Forcino - ProRealEstateCity.com
- Swaranjit Singh - Goldwin Realty
And to those who I already knew, it was great to see you and talk to each of you:
- Paula Annaruma - PCA Realty
- Barbara Gunn - Prudential, Franklin Square
- Judy D. - Remax, Markowitz Group
- Lois Hanson - Coach
And last - To the panel, You guys ROCK! It was such a pleasure to meet you Dan - Dan, I will think of you when I am cooking up my chili and the next time you are in NY, let me know! I did not see you before I left and I did not get to thank you in person. Sorry!
Linda, I think you and I could have talked for hours. Keep in touch, now that I know you work within the same area as FOXWOODS, you might have an overnight guest. Frequently! (Ok, I kid!)
I hope you both made it home safe!
To my best blogger buddies, what can I say? It is always a pleasure, I learn something new every time we meet. I wish you nothing but the best - always. I appreciate your coat tails and wings that you have provided me. Thank you is not enough!