Friday, April 16
8- 10 AM
Denver Marriott South at Park Meadows
In-Person and Live Stream Options
Join us for our Annual Breakfast for the Chamber & EDC! This event is our annual gathering to celebrate our members, key leadership and kick off the new year - albeit slightly postponed this year!
We are honored to have the Douglas County Board of County Commissioners speak. Learn more about 2021 priorities for the county, and updates on economic recovery for our area.
And...we are excited to have an inspirational keynote from John Register on "Embracing Your New Normal Mindset"
Do you want to gain more clarity in crises? Do you desire more control in uncertain times?
Well, get rid of the perception that we overcome adversity and embrace the mindset that we create new normals.
The adversity we think we have overcome is only a past reminder that we have lived through a traumatic experience. That moment passed. We must embrace the new normal mindset, which is not a destination, but a plateau to grow. Hard times are going to come in our lives; how we control them is a direct reflection of our character.
You won't want to miss this event!
Interested in supporting the event as a sponsor?
- $65 per person - Chamber & EDC Members
- $75 per person - Non- Members
- $30 per person - Chamber & EDC Members
- $35 per person - Non-Members
Corporate Table Sponsorship Available - Click Here
About Our Keynote Speaker:
John Register failed to clear a hurdle as he trained for the Olympic Games—a move that led to a tragic accident and altered his life forever. He shifted his mindset and embraced a “new normal.” The decorated Persian Gulf War U.S. Army veteran world champion became a two-time Paralympic Games Silver Medalist, professional speaker, and global influencer.
Register “amputated his fears” and founded the U.S. Olympic Committee Paralympic Military Sports Program. He authored 10 Stories to Impact Any Leader: Journal Your Way to Leadership Success in Spring 2020 and works with business leaders to hurdle adversity, amputate fear, and embrace a new normal mindset to win life's medals.
The artificial leg he used to win the silver medal is displayed in the Olympic and Paralympic Museum in Colorado Springs, Colorado.