The Ultimate Networking Event Live with The River Sharks

The Ultimate Networking Event
Networker Appreciation Month

Live at Campbell’s Field with The River Sharks


Tuesday July 13th, 5:30
Get 1 Free Ultimate Networking Event Ticket
For Our August Event at The Loews Hotel ($30 value)

When You Buy 1 Ticket To This
Ultimate Networking Event with the RiverSharks


Come Network With The Sharks! Meet Von Hayes, Former Phillie Great and River Sharks General Manager, Get an Autograph from 5:40-6pm and Enjoy America’s Favorite Past time, Baseball. The Camden River Sharks vs The Somerset Patriots and The Beautiful View of Philadelphia’s Skyline From The Skydeck/Diamond Club Atop The Campbell’s Field Stadium

At The Ultimate Networking Event you’ll meet CEO’s, Business Leaders and Decision makers from a variety of leading companies. You will learn and have opportunities to grow your business from some of the area’s top business networking professional’s.

Here’s What’s Included

  • Admission to Event
  • Ticket to The Ballgame
  • 1st Drink
  • Light Appetizers
  • 1 week Membership to the Exclusive Pyramid Club ($99 Value)
  • Professional Business Portrait Digital Photo ($159 Value)
  • Enjoy a Professional Back Massage ($25 Value)
  • One Month Membership to LifeLock ID Theft Protection
  • Opportunity to Meet and Mingle with the Top Decision Makers in Philadelphia Business and Create Lasting Friendly Business Relationships (PRICELESS)
  • Drawing for Fabulous Gift Certificates and Door Prizes Such as Philly Pops Box Seats, Philadelphia Orchastra Box Seats, and Much More

All this for only $25+$10 for Ballgame in Advance or $30+$10 for Ballgame at the door

All Sales Must Include Ballgame Ticket

No Problem Parking On Location

Everyone At The Riversharks Event Will Receive Their Ultimate Networker Appreciation Certificate at Our August Event At The Loews Hotel



 This Event Will Go To Capacity


 Our Host Venue


The Camden River Sharks Campbell’s Field.

Opening its doors in May of 2001, Campbell’s Field has quickly become one of the premier minor league baseball stadiums in the country. Honored as “Ballpark of the Year” in 2003 by, and in 2004 by Baseball America, the home of the Camden Riversharks is a 6,400 seat stadium situated along the Delaware River in Camden, New Jersey. Famous for its unbeatable view of the Benjamin Franklin Bridge and the Philadelphia skyline, Campbell’s Field provides the entire Delaware Valley with family friendly entertainment at an affordable price.

The numerous concourse attractions at Campbell’s Field make it the perfect place to take in a baseball game with the family. The rock climbing wall and bouncing inflatables in the Nesquik Fun Zone are non-stop fun for children, and Campbell’s Field even has its very own carousel. Host a birthday party at the ballpark, and you children may never want to leave. 

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We Look Forward to Seeing You at

The Ultimate Networking Event!

Do you Trust your Faith?

I heard a story the other day that got me thinking about Faith (or belief) and Trust. The story goes like this: 

“Over a huge waterfall there stretched a tightrope. Eager spectators clustered around two small wooden platforms, one on each side of the falls. From a platform on one end of the tightrope, and acrobat called to the audience, ‘Do you believe that I can cross the falls by walking on a tightrope?’ Some were skeptical; others thought it could be done. A few spectators cried out, ‘Yes, go ahead. Let’s see if you can.’ Armed with nothing but his pole for balance, the acrobat stepped out on the high wire, the great chasm of thundering spray loomed below.

“Carefully he made his way across and stepped from the wire onto the opposite platform. The crowd whistled and cheered. Then he asked them, ‘Do you believe I can push a wheelbarrow across the tightrope to the other side?’ This time, many were optimistic. They’d seen him cross once and believed he could do it again. Most of them called out, ‘Yes, yes, you can do it!’ The acrobat took his wheelbarrow, positioned it with great care, and stepped out onto the tightrope once again. Slowly he made his way out over the falls, placing just enough weight forward onto the wheelbarrow to maintain perfect balance. Crossing above the roaring waters, he made his way to the platform where he had first begun. This time the crowd shouted and whistled like true believers. All traces of skepticism were gone.

“The acrobat rested for a few minutes, mopping his brow with a handkerchief and refreshed himself with a drink of water. Then he addressed the crowd: ‘Now do you believe that I can push this wheelbarrow across the waterfall?’ Having just seen him do this, they cheered with gusto. ‘Do you believe that I can take a passenger across the falls in this wheelbarrow?’ he asked. Once more the people cheered wildly. This was getting to be quite a show. ‘Very well, then,’ he said. ‘Who would like to get in?’”

Now, I know this story has its religious overtones and that is ok. However, this story can be applied to any part of your life. So many people talk about how they believe in one thing or another but never really ask themselves if they trust their own belief.

As I work with people (or coach them) regardless of whether they are starting a small business, going for a new job, working towards the promotion or trying to build better relationships they all have a belief that they can achieve the very thing we are discussing. But as I dig deeper I find that most of them do not trust their own belief. They make statements similar to this: I believe I am the best qualified for that position but I think Mr. X will get it because he is friends with the boss; or, I believe I can start my own business but I am not sure if it will work out; or, I know (believe) that I can lose the wieght but I don’t like diets or going to the gym is hard for me.

I can go on with different versions of these statements and I am sure you can come up with your own. So, here is the question for you. Do you Trust your own Faith (or Belief)? It is a simple process of finding out whether you trust your own faith (belief). Look at what you believe in and ask if you would put yourself in that position and not just be an outside believer.

It comes down to whether or not you believe in a power greater than you that will take care of all your needs. This doesn’t mean you act stupid or go play in traffic while stating that you are protected from above. If you believed you were one with the infinite, you would never be in traffic in the first place!

Until next time….these are thoughts to think about as you go forth and live the life of your dreams. Trust your Faith!!!

Time Management – The Killer for most people!

We all have the same amount of time each day, week and year. Why is it that some people accomplish a huge amount of stuff but others do not? Because they don’t manage their time!

I do an exercise during our monthly meetings about time management and it goes something like this:

Hours in a week


Hours in a Year


Sleep (8 hours/night)


Sleep (8 hours/night)


Work (50 hrs/ week)


Work (50 hrs/ week)


Total Left Over/week


Total Left Over/year


When I talk to people about changing their situation or lives they always say they don’t have enough time in the day. Now, I know most people don’t get 8 hours of sleep a night and/or work 50 hours a week but we use these numbers for a cushion and travel time to and from work.

So we go through this exercise to find out that people do have the extra time to do whatever they want. However, they are so caught up in the mundane drudgery of daily life they don’t see it. Some people see it but refuse to change it.

There are many reasons for this but the major one is: PEOPLE DO NOT PUT A VALUE ON THEIR TIME. Time is the most expensive thing you own! Once it is gone you can never get it back. Yet, people waste on average 6 hours a day watching TV, playing video games or surfing the internet (in a non-productive way).

I struggled with this myself. I would always complain that I am not going to become some robot that works on a schedule and tracks all of his time. My mentor at the time asked me a simple question: How much is your time worth? I said: what do you mean? He said: if you were going to charge your boss an hourly rate for your time, what would it be? How much is an hour with your family worth as opposed to your job?

What great questions and I had to figure out through personal development and study what I was worth per hour to anyone (my family, my boss, my acquaintances, my friends and so on). If the value of my time was worth more than what other people were putting on it, I had to change the people I was hanging around.

Eventually, I left my job because I realize the only way I could increase the value of my time was to take control of my time and utilize it to the best of my ability.

Think about this: everyone I think would agree that are time with our family is worth more than an hour at work. Yet most people complain that they have to work so much and don’t have any time to do anything, change anything or be home for the family. Instead of complaining, I urge you to do this exercise and start taking control of your time and freedom.

Also, I encourage you to start working on your time and start putting a value on it before your health makes you do it. By that I mean, most people don’t take time to stop and smell the roses until their bodies give out and they are forced to. You never hear on people’s death bed that they wish they had LESS time to do the things they always wanted to do (spend more time with family, travel, read, etc.)

Here is a good book that helped me get going in the right direction. NO BS Time Management by Dan Kennedy. This is a straight forward book. Take from it what you can and leave the rest.

You find hundreds of books on time management. This is the one I used when I got started. Here is the link to the book on NO BS TIME MANAGEMENT LINK or click here

Till next time!