Client Appreciation Dinner
Regularly, Financial Concepts hosts an appreciation dinner for our valued clients. At each dinner, we feature a guest speaker to entertain or inspire our guests, sharing personal experiences. Our appreciation dinners aren't about business, but about expressing our gratitude to our clients for allowing us into their lives as their financial partners. Please join us next time and enjoy this simple, heartfelt thank you from us to you.
Here are some highlights of past dinners:
This event once again featured one of our favorite author's Nick Murray. He discussed the importance of goal focused fiancial and investment planning.
We were fornuate to Sgt. Keni Thomas, member of Bravo Company of the 3rd Ranger Battalion, as our featured speaker. Keni shared an inspiring story of hope and survival, as he recalled serving on the Tasked Force Ranger mission, more commonly referred to as Blackhawk Down.
On the recommendation of Jeanne Robertson, we were privlaged to have Bryan Townsend as our guest speaker. Like Jeanne, Bryan was a world renowned humorist from right up the road in Talladega, AL.
World-renowned humorist Jeanne Robertson entertained us with her positively funny style to illustrate that a sense of humor is much more than a laughing matter, but also a strategy for success.
Retired Colonel Mark Tillman, former Commander of Air Force One, shared stories from his years serving as the co-pilot and pilot of Air Force One. His philosophy and topic is one that we share: "Our missions must be zero-fail missions."
Nick Murray, author of Rhonda and Scott's favorite book about investing and planning for your financial future, Simple Wealth, Inevitable Wealth, shared his valuable insights on personal finance and money management.
Gene Kranz, former NASA Flight Control Director, is known to many from his compelling portrayal by Ed Harris in the movie Apollo 13. His motivational speech, “Failure Is Not an Option”, is based on his personal experience as NASA Flight Control Director and was his memorable rallying cry that the Apollo 13 crisis would be NASA's greatest hour.