Chamber hosts plane crash survivor, noted motivational speaker on Nov. 8
The Lake Tahoe South Shore Chamber of Commerce (LTSSCC) presents its fourth “Your Town Luncheon” on Nov. 8 featuring motivational speaker and plane crash survivor Donna Hartley.
Donna has faced innumerable personal challenges and tragedies including walking through the flames of a burning plane crash as a flight attendant.
Her story is a compelling one and has been featured on NBC, ABC, PBS, The Learning Channel, The New York Times and was chronicled by Donna in her best-selling book, “Fire up Your Life!” Donna is a sought after expert on managing the changing tides of life; she is a member of the National Speakers Association and is the owner of Hartley International Check out her Web site: http://www.donnahartley.com
This is an afternoon that is certain to provide inspiration and ignite the passion on both a personal and business level. Donna’s visit to the South Shore is timely as many of us are grappling with the personal grief of the Angora Fire as well as facing the need to energize ourselves and our associates for the upcoming winter season after surviving last winter and summer’s challenges.
Donna knows what it’s like to own a business here in the Tahoe basin. She knows what it’s like to struggle. She knows what its like to have dreams. She also knows what its like to learn from the lessons of life. Donna is an inspiring speaker and whether you are a business owner, a manger or employee at any level, hearing Donna is an opportunity not to be missed and there is no doubt that attendees will leave inspired and full of meaningful and proven methods to improve their businesses and lives.
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