Members attending: Bob Clark, Patrick O’Donnell, John McManus, Emily Trask, Matt Reid, Steve Nelson, Andy Emanuel, Greg Robertson, Barry Fox, Gerry Forde, Mark O’Sullivan and Frank Keaney.
We had an “interesting” morning today as our members all had something interesting to say:
Frank K. – there’s a new a new law in MA – If your wipers are on you must also have your headlights on!
Matt R. – is slowly getting back into championship form in the Frisbee competitions. But, it came with a
price in the form of a pulled calf muscle.
John M. – daughter will be attending a week at Stonehill College for a Leadership program.
Gerry F. – won the 1v1 basketball tournament on his recent cruise. Who says he’s too old!
Andy E. – will be heading to San Francisco to visit his daughter and has a date to visit the St. Francis
Greg R. – is doing some great work overseas – business has tripled!
Emily T. – is working with a non-profit group in Burlington to hopefully establish the month of May in
MA as the month of “Kindness and Giving”.
Steve N. – had a challenging photo shoot with a university class reunion.
Bob C. – is seeing lots of “weekend warriors,” those people are lifting, swinging. and running, in his
office. And, best of luck at the state championship rugby tournament this weekend Coach!
Barry F. – real estate is getting very busy so “don’t die, he’ll get back to you next week”!
Patrick O’D. – 90% of home sales are selling at or above full price on the first day!
Mark O’S. – has a new director at his office to propel his company forward and a new software program
to help consolidate all of your documents called E-money.
The Greater Boston Business Network was founded with the goal of promoting business growth within the network through the exchange of ideas, leads, and information. We all meet as a group once a week, but also regularly schedule one-on-one conversations in which two members meet over coffee, lunch, or what-have-you to talk about their goals, share experiences, and often plan how they can work together to build more business for both of their companies.