EO Nashville Member News - August 24

August 24, 2018

Three Things for EO Nashville This Week

1. EO House Parties- 2 more to go!
The Carnegie and Rockefeller House Parties are next week, so if you have not yet registered, NOW is the time (registration links below)! If you missed your own House Party and would like to attend one of these, please come on! We also have some additional incentives for attending:

Each forum that has 100% participation will receive $300 (even if members have to attend a different House Party). In order to qualify for this incentive, members should plan to stay for the entire program.  
We will be raffling off 3, $100 Oak Hall gift certificates at each event.
The House with the greatest overall percentage of attendance will receive a Happy Hour at Van Elrods!  

As you’ve likely heard, we really want to honor the fact that EO members are in different “lifecycles.” During your Cocktail Party, we will be dividing you into different life cycle groups so you’ll have the opportunity to talk with those facing the same challenges – and also look to those who’ve already made it to the other side! Don't miss this event!
CARNEGIE HOUSE (Forums 3,7,11,16,20,24,27) – August 29th REGISTER HERE
ROCKEFELLER HOUSE (Forums 2,6,9,14,15,19,23) – August 30th REGISTER HERE

2. Jason Dorsey – Crossing the Generational Divide
September 20, 2018, 7:30am-9:30am, The Listening Room Café, 618 4th Ave South
As entrepreneurs, we work in a time of unprecedented generational challenge. Four generations in our workforce. Five generations in the marketplace. Making matters worse, there is a tremendous amount of false information about generational differences.
What we know for a fact: Strategies that work for one generation can be a complete turn-off for others. This costly generational divide makes your role more difficult and important than ever. In this powerful presentation, bestselling author Jason Dorsey reveals brand new generational truths and step-by-step solutions you can use immediately. He’ll show you exactly how to solve the cross-generation communication, recruiting, retention and innovation challenge.These insights will drive immediate ROI for you and your business. This is also a great event opportunity for your Second-In-Command or leadership team!
Jason has appeared on 200 TV shows, received over 1,000 standing ovations, and is a passionate advocate for helping EO members to drive fast growth. He’s the most sought-after Millennials and Gen Z researcher and speaker. Learn more about his Center’s research at GenHQ.com
“Generational expert Jason Dorsey has studied the strange new species known as Gen Z (humans born 2000 to present). I guarantee you that his insight into how they see the world will have a lasting impact on both your business and your family.” – Arnie Malham, Learning Co-chair. REGISTER NOW

3.  We have 5 tickets left for the Governor's Forum
August 30th, 9:00am at the Wildhorse Saloon

Hear the tech and innovation agendas from Karl Dean and Bill Lee, candidates for Tennessee Governor in these intimate fireside chats moderated by the Nashville Business Journal. These last 5 tickets will be distributed on first come, first served basis. REGISTER HERE
 

EO Member News

Member news compiled by the Bradford Group

Articles/Columns:

Alex Tolbert [BerniePortal] penned an article for BenefitsPRO about factors shaping the benefits administration industry this fall. The Tennessean also published an article by Tolbert about where consumers can find help with health insurance.

The Tennessean published a column by Michael Burcham [Narus Health] about how the grief of losing his son has evolved over time.

The sales director for LBMC Technology Solutions [Jeff McCorpin] penned an article for the Knoxville News-Sentinel about the signs that tell companies they’re ready for a change in technology.

Awards/Professional Recognition:

The Bradford Group [Jeff Bradford] and Lovell Communications [Rosemary Plorin] were recently recognized on the Nashville Business Journal’s list of the ten largest public relations firms in Nashville. The Bradford Group was also recognized by O’Dwyer’s as Tennessee’s top public relations firms specializing in financial PR and investor relations.

Sango Family Dentistry [Mark Hower] was a finalist for “Favorite Dentist” in The Leaf Chronicle’s 2018 Readers’ Choice competition.

In the News:

A team member from Bernard Health [Alex Tolbert] was quoted in an SFGate article about ten things to know about association health plans.

Andy Bailey [Petra Coach] was featured in a Tennessean article about tips for running a winning business.

The Nashville Business Journal featured an attorney from Bone McAllester Norton [Charles Robert Bone] for being a “40 Under 40” winner.

Seed Hospitality, Two Ten Jack and The Green Pheasant [Patrick Burke] were mentioned in a Tennessean article about Burke’s plans to open a new restaurant in SoBro. The Vanderbilt Hustler mentioned Two Ten Jack in an article about must-try Nashville restaurants.

StyleBlueprint featured earrings from Judith Bright, LLC [Judith Bright] in an article about fall accessories.

The Nashville Entrepreneur Center [Michael Brody-Waite] was mentioned in a Nashville Pride article about the Periscope training program, which was developed in part by the Center.

The Nashville Business Journal mentioned Leighton Bush [Bush Insurance & Financial Services Inc.] and Michael Moscardelli [PFP, LLC] in an article about the 2019 class of Leadership Middle Tennessee.

Edley’s Bar-B-Que [Will Newman] was included on a list of must-try Nashville restaurants compiled by the Vanderbilt Hustler.

The Nashville Post mentioned Village Real Estate Services [Mark Deutschmann] in an article about new townhome project in Waverly Belmont.

Hytch [Robert Hartline] was featured in ImpactAlpha for the company’s recent investment from LaunchTN.

Sounds Like Nashville listed Project 615 [Derek Evans] as one of six Nashville brands about which consumers need to know.

The Vanderbilt Hustler listed Merchants [Benjamin Goldberg and Max Goldberg] in a list of must-try Nashville restaurants. The Robb Report featured Bastion in an article about restaurant qualities that make consumers go out of their way to visit, and the Nashville Scene mentioned the restaurant for participating in an upcoming event organized by Garden & Gun Magazine. A chef from The Catbird Seat was quoted in a GQ article about how to cook lobster like a chef, and the Nashville Scene mentioned the restaurant in an article about a local interasian market and deli. The beverage director from The Catbird Seat was mentioned in a Grub Street article about mocktails. Eater Nashville listed Pinewood Social and The Band Box as two of the best spots in Nashville to cool off with a frozen drink, and the Nashville Scene mentioned Paradise Park in an article about a pop-up location of the recently closed restaurant at First Tennessee Park. Clarksville Online mentioned The Band Box in an article about a recent event at First Tennessee Park, and Wine Enthusiast Magazine shared a recipe for Sherry cocktails from the bar manager of Henrietta Red. A chef from Henrietta Red was mentioned in a WTVR article for participating in ChefsFeed Indie Week in Richmond, Virginia.

Smith Gee Studio, LLC [Hunter Gee] was mentioned in the Nashville Post as the architect for a new residential project in Wedgewood-Houston.

The Nashville Post featured Crosslin & Associates, PC [Justin Crosslin] for adding two new principals to its team.

Greg Luken [Luken investment Analytics] spoke on a Fox Business broadcast segment about how Trump’s trade tariffs and tweets have impacted the market and why consumer should invest in ETFs. Luken also spoke on a Bloomberg Markets podcast about Amazon and how it’s affecting the market. He was quoted in CNBC and Daily Mail articles about S&P 500’s all-time high and record for longest bull market.

A BenefitsPRO article mentioned Healthcare Bluebook [Jeff Rice] as a service that can list and compare prices of health care providers.

The Nashville Business Journal published feedback from technology executives James Fields [Concept Technology Inc.], Jeff McCorpin [LBMC Technology Solutions], JJ Rosen [Atiba], Justin Crosslin [Crosslin Technologies], Tammy Hawes [Virsys12] and Trinisys [David Box] about the top misconceptions they hear about their workers.

A Nashville Scene article about Garden & Gun Magazine’s Nashville “takeover” event mentioned Josephine [Jim Lewis] as a participant. The Tennessean included a feature profile on Josephine’s executive pastry chef.

Leankit [Chris Hefley] was mentioned as a prominent tech company in a Nashville Business Journal article about another up-and-coming tech company.

An article in the Nashville Post announced that Wellview Health [James Story] created the position of director of operations and reporting, and the company recently filled the position.

The Nashville Soccer Club [Chris Redhage] was mentioned in a Tennessean article about the continuing MLS stadium proposal process. The club was also featured in a Williamson Source article about its philanthropy efforts with Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital.

An Eater Nashville article about where to cool off in Nashville with boozy frozen drinks listed Von Elrod’s Beer Garden & Sausage House and M.L. Rose [Austin Ray]. M.L. Rose was also mentioned in a Nashville Post article for its involvement in the opening celebrations for a new brewing company in Nashville.

Scout Properties [Jonathan Harris] was mentioned in a Nashville Ledger article about the sale of a condo in the Park at Melrose development.


 

 Strategic Alliance Partner Spotlight

VILLAGE

www.villagetn.com

At VILLAGE, we see things differently than most real estate brokerages. Our driving force is the desire to build stronger, more progressive communities and to develop neighborhood health and wealth. Our mission and community involvement reflect this commitment to these values. Whether it's giving back through our nonprofit foundation, The VILLAGE Fund, or implementing our unique approach to buying and selling, we strive to make a positive difference. 

KNOWLEDGE

VILLAGE Realtors® are among some of the most knowledgeable in the industry, taking in-house classes and staying up-to-date with the latest in real estate industry and market trends. Our Realtors® have access to an exemplary team of Managing Brokers and Executives, experienced in dealing with residential, commercial, property management, new construction, condos, multifamily, development and homeowners associations. 

INTEGRITY

Unlike some companies, every Agent at VILLAGE has the Realtor® designation. As Realtors®, we subscribe to the National Code of Ethics, an even higher standard than required by the Tennessee Real Estate Legal Code. Beyond the mentioned Code of Ethics, VILLAGE requires a higher standard of practice through proper compliance, documentation, and duties promised to our Clients. 

EXPERTISE

All Agents of VILLAGE engage in continuing education beyond the minimum state requirements. To support our Agents' growth, VILLAGE offers over 200 in-house classes and training opportunities, with topics ranging from ethical and legal issues to practical learning and fieldwork. In addition to our educations offerings, VILLAGE offers mentoring, coaching, peer group clubs, and training unparalleled by any other Brokerage. Over 100 Agents gather for our weekly sales meetings, through with 30% of our listings are sold.  

RESOURCES

At VILLAGE, no Agent does it alone. We are a team of experienced and knowledgeable Realtors® and Brokers supporting on another. ViLLAGE ensures that all of our Agents have the tools, support, and resources required to carry you smoothly through the entire transaction process. 

Mark Deutschmann
615-383-6964
markd@villagetn.com

Deborah Vahle
615-335-0770
dvahle@villagetn.com
 

Other Upcoming Events

The EO NERVE Conference
September 12-14, Buffalo, NY
One of the very best ways to get more out of your EO membership is to get out of Nashville and enjoy the regional and global opportunities of EO.  So register for NERVE now
SPEAKERS: They have a schedule full of great speakers, such as Jim Kelly (Pro Football Hall of Fame), Rhonda Kallman (Samuel Adams Brewery), Megan Bruneau (The Failure Factor), among many others.
SOCIAL: How cool is this??? The opening ceremony is at Niagara Falls! The other nighttime events will be fantastic, plus there are lots of cool MyEO events available such as salmon fishing, sailing, golfing, and foodie events.
PRICE: $1,495.00
FURTHER DISCOUNTS: If your entire forum attends (this is a great opportunity to tack onto your forum retreat!) the forum gets $1000! Also, new members can use their event voucher of $500 off.
REGISTER HERE: www.eonerve.com