Sunday, February 1, 2009

Internet Security and Life

With the two upcoming InterSec 2009 Seminars in Rice Lake and Eau Claire, Wisconsin, I want to let you know that there will be more to these conferences than Internet Security discussions and presentations. Yes, there will be some "geeky" stuff, but I and our Team at DCS Netlink have always been about our techy work while at the same time remembering constantly that life is more than techy, geeky "stuff." Testimonials from InterSec 2008 really help to focus in on the fact that we have three main goals with our Internet Security Conferences:1. Internet Security and inviting others to join our Virtual Security Team (VST) to help us keep America secure both now and in the future.2. Secondly, it is about bringing together people and companies that realize their line of work is what makes their living, but as the saying goes..."we make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give." Several of our speakers will be presenting and helping our attendees to learn better how to create that balance between their personal lives and their businesses. Last year, I spoke on "Leading Your Teams from Success to Significance." Afterwards, many told me that they understood now why they had chosen to come...even some that had no interest or understanding of techy, geeky, security stuff. So, Life Skills will be a major priority and that is the most significant difference between our conference than other security conferences.3. The 3rd reason for this conference is to get people together and help them realize that together they can do more than as an individual and/or one company. There is so much value each person has to share with each other. It is more blessed to give than to receive...many attendees and presenters know this law of the universe and will be sharing how to get connected with others and not concern themselves with the "worldly" mentality that says "get all you can get."
Finally, I want to let you know that we will be having several very special speakers and "Life Coaches" as I call them sharing with us. One of them is Guy Doud. Guy was my mentor while I was growing up. We were in Boy Scouts together and he helped me to understand the real value of living for others. Guy is also, as I understand it, the most popular speaker ever on the James Dobson Focus on the Family Radio show. So, don't miss this opportunity to hear Guy let you know why it is important to be a "Moulder of Dreams." Guy wrote a book with that title some years after he became the 1986 National Teacher of the Year under President Ronald Reagan. Consider joining us during this conference...it will make a difference in your security posture on the Internet, your business, your family, and your life. To learn more about Guy visit: http://www.guydoud.com.- Heidi Ho

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