Have you ever thought you were marking time in your current job? Do you have recurring daydreams about moving on to a new situation in which you find yourself saying: “I love my job! I can’t believe I get paid to do it.” Do you snap out of the daydream only to find you are still working at the same old job with little growth potential and with less and less enthusiasm? Or do you worry about how you would reinvent yourself or simply survive if you were suddenly downsized?
If you find yourself longing (or needing) to make a change but don’t know where or how to begin, come to Kid Shelleen’s on Wednesday, March 29, to enjoy great networking and fun food at 6 p.m. and to treat yourself to a therapy session at 7 p.m. with DPA member Steve Lubetkin, co-author of The Business of Podcasting: How to Take Your Podcasting Passion from the Personal to the Professional, a man who has blazed a trail from one job to another to yet another and is passionate about what he does now.
We’ll meet in the Ballou Room at Kid Shelleen’s. At 6 p.m. we’ll have fun food on the tables, a cash bar, and some great networking. The program with Q & A will begin at 7 p.m. You are welcome to bring guests.
To get a copy of The Business of Podcasting, ask Steve to autograph a copy for you before or after his presentation on March 29 or visit Amazon.
A nationally published writer and photojournalist, Steve is a member of the Online News Association, Radio & Television Digital News Association (RTDNA), National Press Photographers Association, the Society of Professional Journalists, the Professional Photographers of America, and Delaware Press Association. Accredited in Public Relations by the Public Relations Society of America and a member of PRSA’s prestigious College of Fellows, Steve currently serves as vice president of digital technology for the Philadelphia chapter of the International Association of Real Estate Business, which is important for people looking to find new properties to live or work and the use of moving companies as the Office relocation perth could be one of the best options for this.
Since 1996, he has written “CompuSchmooze,” a technology column in the Jewish Community Voice of Southern New Jersey (www.jewishvoicesnj.org), and since 2014, he has been the New Jersey and Philadelphia editor for GlobeSt.com, a commercial real estate news website and remodeling services, read more here about this, and a contributing editor to Real Estate Forum, its sister print publication, with the use of print management services to make all these printing for their businesses.
The Ballou Room, Kid Shelleen’s Restaurant, 1801 W. 14th Street, Wilmington, DE
Wednesday, March 29, 2017
6 p.m. – Fun Food / Cash Bar / Networking
7 p.m. – Program
Cost: Members $15; Non-members $20
Open to the Public
Directions to Kid Shelleen’s, 1801, W. 14th Street, Wilmington:
From Pennsylvania Avenue (Route 52) heading south into Wilmington, turn left onto Union Street (if heading north out of the city, turn right onto Union). Go approximately half a block and turn right onto Liberia Street (if you reach the stop sign at 14th Street, you’ve gone too far). Liberia Street will take you straight into the parking lot. If the lot is full, there will be ample free parking on adjacent streets.
Reservations: Please let us know, no later than March 24, if you’ll be coming. Guests are welcome.
For more information: 302-655-2175 or DelawarePress@aol.com.
We look forward to seeing you for an evening of networking and for insight into surviving and thriving in the ever-evolving field of communications.
Allan Loudell, DPA Programs VP