STRENGTH & FOCUS: Talking with Dr. Dan Golaszewski about Resolutions
In October, I had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Dan Golaszewski, owner of Power Chiropractic in Wilkes-Barre, and since then, we’ve had multiple fascinating conversations about encouraging and promoting health and wellness within our NEPA community. In fact, I even asked Dr. Dan to be a presenter at the upcoming Resolutions event on Sunday, Jan. 25 at the Hilton Scranton & Conference Center.
This past weekend, Dr. Dan asked me to be a guest on his radio show, “Maximize Your Health,” on 103.1 WILK-FM so that we could discuss Resolutions, the many presenters throughout the day, classes and activities, special features, and the true purpose of the event, which is to inspire attendees to achieve their goals in life.
Watch a video from the show below:
As an event, Resolutions will concentrate on the areas of personal and professional development and health and wellness, while incorporating music, art, and culture to create a vibrant and lively atmosphere. The day will be full of powerful presentations and interactive classes and activities, and attendees will also have the opportunity to personally connect with local leaders and top professionals who are motivated to help others achieve success.
Growing up, my parents and teachers instilled the idea of leading by example, so I hope this event encourages others to lead or join this or other similar events to help enrich our community as a whole, as well as the members of NEPA as individuals.
To help promote Resolutions and its purpose, I’ve personally designed a program called ReSources for ReSolutions and The Path of Giving, which is a collaborative effort including a few participants of the event that will provide the opportunity to give valuable resources, programs, products, and exclusive services to all who sign up through my website – thepathofme.com. Our goal is to gift-away $10,000 worth of resources leading up to and directly following the event. Our reason for doing this is simple: to lead by example and show others that there are positive leaders right here in NEPA that are interested in seeing members of our community succeed by creating meaningful and fulfilling lives.
I hope you’ll join us for a day of excellence at Resolutions on Sunday, Jan. 25 at the Hilton Scranton & Conference Center (100 Adams Ave., Scranton). Please feel free to contact me beforehand if you have any questions or comments, and sign up to receive some valuable resources for your resolutions by visiting my website and clicking on the “Contact Rich Directly” link.
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