WTVI PBS Charlotte to Host an Intentional Living Seminar with John Maxwell on May 21

WHAT:WTVI PBS Charlotte is excited to welcome New York Times best selling author and Inc. Magazine’s #1 Leadership Expert in the World John C. Maxwell to Central Piedmont Community College’s (CPCC) Halton Theater

John Maxwell

John Maxwell

stage for an Intentional Living Seminar that will be recorded for distribution to PBS stations across the nation.

Mr. Maxwell has made it his life’s passion to develop leaders at all levels. In fact, his mantra is: “Growth doesn’t just happen. Growth is intentional and every person has the opportunity to choose growth or to be complacent with where they stand.”

With this in mind, Mr. Maxwell will visit the Queen City to share his philosophy of Intentional Living with area Charlotteans and promote his upcoming book, “Intentional Living,” scheduled for release in October 2015. Mr. Maxwell believes that by asking the right questions, gaining a better perspective and forming habits that apply what is learned, an individual can see a positive change in their leadership style and personal growth.

During his event at CPCC, Mr. Maxwell will discuss Intentional Living and share:

  • How Intentional Living can help you increase your ROI
  • How Intentional Living underlines the values and culture of your business
  • The difference between good intentions and Intentional Living
  • The one thing that adds the most value to your life
  • How to live the four steps to significance

Don’t miss this opportunity to not only ask Mr. Maxwell your leadership questions, but also take your first step toward intentional personal growth that will result in a rewarding personal and professional life.

WHEN: Thursday, May 21; 9 – 10:30 a.m.

WHERE: Halton Theater, CPCC Central Campus, 1206 Elizabeth Ave., Charlotte, N.C.

CONTACT: Tickets are $129. Tickets are $100 each when purchasing 10 or more. For more information and tickets, visit www.pbscharlotte.org. Free event parking is available in the Theater parking deck, accessible from E. 4th St.