We just wrapped up our final day of The Building Champions Experience! The week was chock-full with challenge, activity, reflection, and connection. Our attendees worked hard this week towards a better life for themselves, their families, and their teams.
Coach Todd Bookspan kicked off the morning by challenging our attendees to extend their experience into their lives back home, and not to leave it at the conference. He explained how we are including each small group from the week in a 90-Day Accountability Challenge. Each small group will report their progress from their disciplines online and compete against the other coach-led small groups.
Todd ended his call to action by encouraging our attendees, “You can have that life that you’ve been after.”
After our small groups connected for the last time in-person, we welcomed to the main stage Dallas Seavey, four-time Iditarod champion. The Iditarod is Alaska’s 1000 mile sled dog competition. Dallas shared how he leads his team of sled dogs through one of the most challenging competitions.
After Dallas’ inspiring message on team development and leadership, our attendees lined up to meet Hero, one of Dallas’ sled dogs (and, to take photos with Hero, of course).
Our founder and CEO, Daniel Harkavy closed The 9th Building Champions Experience by saying, “Reflect, plan, and connect so you can make an even greater difference to those around you, especially those to whom you’ve made a unique commitment. Bring them your best every day.”
Thank you for following along – we hope to see you next year!