Posted by Frank Arcoleo on Sep 20, 2018
As Rotarians, we are all committed to the Rotary ideal of Service Above Self.  It’s great to see that we are not alone.  To that end, I thought you might be interested in attending an upcoming breakfast event on Sept 27 featuring Lloyd Reeb, of the Halftime Institute, titled “Get Going on Your Transition from Success to Significance.”  The attached flyer provides detailed information on the event and a link to register.  The Halftime Institute was founded by Bob Buford after he authored the well-known book, Halftime.  Lloyd Reeb, an accomplished business leader himself and author of the book, From Success to Significance, took the reins at Halftime when Bob retired about 15 years ago.  Lloyd is sharp and engaging, and his work with various Lancaster groups, including LBC and LCBC, has been very well-received and impactful.  His presentation on 9/27 is geared toward people who have experienced success in business, yet also possess a dose of selflessness that drives them to make a meaningful impact for the good of others. 
The September 27 event is put on by The Business Exit Advisors of Central PA, a local group of business advisors (of which Rotarians Steve Bell and Frank Arcoleo, both past Club Presidents, are members) that was formed in 2008 for the purpose of positioning businesses and their owners for the eventual/inevitable sale, transition, or merger.  They are essentially an affiliation of professionals (attorneys, CPAs, financial planners, mergers and acquisitions advisors, management consultants, etc.) who work in concert to help business owners plan and execute the transition process in a well-considered and coordinated fashion.  The group’s web address is:   
Inviting Rotary Club members and prospective members to this event would be a great way to reinforce the kinds of values that are near and dear to all Rotarians.  Seating is limited to somewhere around 200-240 people, so if you are interested, you may want to sign up fairly soon.  They’re not at capacity yet, but often registrations flood in at the last minute. Click here for a printable flier.