The go!Homestretch Begins…

The go!Homestretch Begins…

In the go!World, this week has been HUGE!  Not only was yesterday (10/4) my 6th month anniversary of joining the go!Team, but this is the first week that we have full access to the entire building!  For go!Years, our roommates have been generous enough to share their home with us and we have been very fortunate that they have been so accommodating.  That being said, it is no secret that we have been plotting our takeover for a while now.  This year’s incredible growth has allowed us to do what we do best, and streamlined the process.  As of last Friday, our incredible and very patient friends upstairs have officially moved out!  (Cue Billy Joel music)  As we begin the 4th quarter at full force, this extra space has provided us with the motivation and resources to continue kicking butt as we begin this year’s go!Homestretch.

For those of you who missed it, September’s go!Getter Series was one of our best yet!  In front of a sold out crowd, goBRANDgo!’s very own Brian Dooley and Tim Dean rocked a very entertaining and informative social media presentation.  Congratulations Brian and Tim, I speak for the rest of the 68+ guests packed at standing room only, when I say that it was an absolute blast!

Last week I also was very fortunate to be included on one of my favorite client exercises, a Core Messaging Session with Ageless Rug Treasures (new website coming soon!).  What was really cool about this particular exercise was that it was held in the middle of their amazing gallery.  How better to get to learn about and explore the heart of a business than to surround yourself both mentally and physically during the exercise.  This was my first time visiting their beautiful gallery (located in Webster) and I cannot get over the seemingly endless supply of beautiful, large (and small) pieces of high quality art.  What really got everyone excited was when we returned to the office, there was a thank you message in my inbox from Matt eagerly asking for some homework that he can do.  It is moments like this, or as Lisa would say “creating ‘aha!’ moments” that make us look forward to go!ing to work in the morning.

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