Hey Gang! This is Phil Van Hooser! I’m in Denver International Airport. And just a few minutes from now, I’ll be boarding a flight back to Nashville. I was just working earlier today up the road in Fort Collins, Colorado with Larimer County — they were wonderful! We had managers, supervisors, leaders of all stripes and we had the opportunity to talk about leadership and team building!
Of course, that’s what we’ve been doing with clients all year long. I wanted to pause and say, since this is my last presentation of 2019 — of this decade — I thought it might be good to say thanks to all the clients who hired me, all the people who thought about me, asked about me, prayed for me. I want you to know I am appreciative of you all.
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And I’m already looking forward to 2020 — which will be the start of my 33rd year as a professional speaker, trainer and author. Always trying to bring leadership concepts to those that need and will appreciate them. I hope to see you in 2020! If I don’t, enjoy the year! But I also hope all of you enjoy a wonderful holiday!
Merry Christmas! Happy Holidays! Enjoy your time with family and friends! I love you all!
Phil Van Hooser
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