Your GPA will determine your success in life to be presented at Crowder College Neosho
April 27 @ 12:30 - 13:00 CDT$5.00
Every one of us has an “it” in our lives. Yours may be a challenge, a setback, an obstacle and/or an adversity. Successfully overcoming your “it” can be challenging without a good GPA – Goal, plan and attitude.
Inspirational and motivational speaker, Chris Mitchell will share the secret to setting goals, developing a good plan and the importance of positive attitude – even when encountering failure and setback – for overcoming any challenge, obstacle, adversity and/or limitation to find the success that you deserve. Mitchell will demonstrate how he used his own GPA to successfully regain his life and to show the world that there was more to him than a disability after surviving an ischemic stroke to his spinal cord.
Mitchell will be presenting; Your GPA will determine your success in life at 12:30 pm in the Wright conference room A during the Crowder College Authors Fair Saturday April 27th at Crowder College in Neosho.
Before and after Mitchell’s presentation, you can meet Chris at his table where he will be selling and autographing copies of his books including “it Doesn’t Define Me: How I Rebuilt My Life After Surviving an Ischemic Stroke to the Spinal Cord”
The fair runs from 9:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, April 27th in the Wright Conference Center on the Crowder College campus in Neosho, MO. The center is on the second floor of the Farber Building, which is the first building you come to when you drive onto the college campus. If you are not familiar with Neosho or Crowder College, if coming from the north on I-49, exit at the Seneca/Neosho exit, go east on Hyw. 60 to the WalMart intersection with the huge flag pole, then turn right (south) for about a mile to Hyw. D. Turn left on D and it will take you right onto the college campus.
If coming from the east on I-44, exit at Exit 19-20 (Carthage/Neosho) and go south on Hyw. 59 to the same WalMart intersection. (Ignore other Neosho signs until you get to WalMart intersection and the big flag pole. Turn left (south) for about a mile to Hyw. D, then left to the college. If you need directions from somewhere else, send me a note.