After Five Fundraising presents Redefining Badass: The Way We Think About Strong is Wrong


Date: May 02, 2018
Location: Hudsons 109, 10141 109 St NW, Edmonton


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After Five Fundraising presents Redefining Badass: The Way We Think About Strong is Wrong

About After Five Fundraising:
After Five Fundraising is a series of networking events meant to bring together fundraising professionals from varied back grounds and industries to connect in a laid back and casual setting. The events will showcase experts from around Edmonton and offer tips, tricks and advice on how to build up your skill set as a fundraiser.

Parking behind the venue is free after 5 pm
Tickets are $20/person
Ticket includes two drink tickets for house wine or house draft or non-alcoholic drinks plus appetizers
Events are 18+
Register early as capacity for these events is limited

About the Presentation:
May 2, 2018 - Redefining Badass: The way we think about strong is wrong
We buy on emotion justified by logic, the research backs this up! In this presentation we will talk about the impact that emotion has on human behaviour and the decisions we make. We will demonstrate using the power of story to make that emotional connection with your audience.

You will hear how two decades of study on the subject culminated in helping navigate personal tragedy. You will learn the importance of Emotional Intelligence in both a personal and professional context. Mostly you will be inspired to make change in your life where needed.

About the Speaker:
Michael David Cameron is a Canadian author, entrepreneur, philanthropist and advocate against Gender Based Violence. Cameron is known for his speaking engagements, seminars, and various writing projects. Mike is also the founder and managing partner of Axiom Mortgage, One of Canada's largest independent brokerage firms based in Sherwood Park. He is also an active philanthropist, partnering with organizations such as Stop Abuse in Families (SAIF) society, and the White Ribbon Campaign. He is the Founder/Race Director of the Ignore No More Run for Respect, an awareness building, fundraising event targeting men to open the discussion on healthy relationships.

Mike is an avid athlete having completed several Ironman triathlons and ultra marathons. His love of the outdoors has led him to become take up climbing both rock and ice. Mike has taken personal tragedy and turned it into a lifelong purpose to affect change in others.