"A Best-selling book 'Tireless' and Global Rotary Projects - Helping in Different Ways!"
Author, Entrepreneur, Visionary
Introduced by: Ted Ederer
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Kim Lorenz, our speaker today, will discuss his book as well as share some of his experiences with Rotary water projects around the world. Kim cuts through the noise of fake Facebook “millionaires” having done the tireless work it takes to build multi-million-dollar companies. Every person can glean valuable insight from his experience, out of the box thinking and recognizing opportunity in front of us all. His book “Tireless” leaves readers fired up to seek out unseen opportunities and learn how to use our self-talk, as a force to improve and grow.
TIRELESS: Key Principles that Drive Success Beyond Business School – Kindle edition by Lorenz, Kim. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading TIRELESS: Key Principles that Drive Success Beyond Business School.
Time: The Zoom session will open at 7:00am for members to socialize . The meeting will start a 7:30am sharp, so please connect a few minutes before the meeting so we can all be together for the Inspirational Moment and Pledge.
Note: For security reasons the Zoom link is not posted on our club website. You will receive an email with the Zoom link tomorrow, Thursday. Please contact Club Administrator Kim Dreiblatt (email@example.com or text 425-444-7906) if you are unable to find the email containing the link or would like to join us as a guest.
About the Speaker
He is a 39-year Rotarian, Major donor, Bequest Society member, Benefactor, past club President, Paul Harris Society member, active in district. His Rotary Collaboration projects alongside World Vision exceed $20 million and growing, bringing water, sanitation and hygiene to 1.1 million people around the world.
He earned his MBA from the University of Washington, Foster School of Business and has been a Rotarian 39 years. Through his work as Rotary Liaison with World Vision, they have completed over $20 million in Rotary water projects with over 1 million beneficiaries worldwide.
He is a business consultant, proven leader, public speaker and motivator. A pilot for 40 years, he holds a US Coast Guard Captains license, Past Commodore of the Seattle Yacht Club. Kim lives with his wife in Bellevue, WA.