We gathered at Vito Racanelli’s in Clayton on Wednesday — small group and very intimate, friendly, lovely, chatty, and delicious! His staff welcomed us, made everyone feel comfortable, and very well serviced. His brother, Sam, made his specialty pizzas — oh my.
We sat at what is known as the Community Table right up in the front of dining room where there is a big window looking outside. It was a gorgeous hot summer day and people were out walking and stopping in for drinks and fellowship. Since we gathered early, our discussion about Behavioral Finance was pretty un-interrupted. We had a slideshow on the wall and time for Q & A, of which there was much and then lots of open discussion. Larry and I were busy and it was great.
The best part is always when your audience starts talking to one another and making the connection. People were exchanging business cards and e-mails addresses and finding ways to keep the good energy between them going.Its a consistent intention to have the people who come to our events not just connect with me and my team but also with one another.
We’ll be back at Mad Tomato each month to the end of the year. In between times, we’re scouting other locations just to keep the journey interesting. Please come out and join us — the people in attendance told us that what they heard and experienced gave them insight, a new perspective, fresh information about money, investing, spending, and not being in a worrisome state of mind about finances. Great!