Monday, October 13, 2008

How To Win Friends & Influence People

Well, the Marchant's are off on another adventure. Any of you who know Chad know that he loves teaching; Sunday school, high school leadership groups, team building, firesides....anything. A couple of months ago he decided to see what teaching/ training opportunities were available here in Las Vegas.

Last week he accepted a position with Dale Carnegie Training Systems. He is so excited! In the training world it doesn’t get much better than Carnegie. He will be selling their classes and training programs to major corporations and also certifying as an instructor.

We really appreciate everything that Leavitt Insurance has done for our family over the past three years. Chad loves the people that he works with and will miss picking on them, but we are also grateful for this opportunity.

We’ll keep you posted on this next adventure......

[CLARIFICATION: We are staying right here in Las Vegas for this job.[YEAH!] Chad will have minimal travel, mostly for training. He is working to develop the Dale Carnegie Training name here in Sin City.]

8 comments:

Jeanine said...

We are excited for Chad and you guys. He will do well. So does he travel all over the US or does he do it just in Vegas where is your adventure off to, I guess is what I am saying or do you just mean an adventure with Carnegie?

David and Erin said...

So is the job you were talking about in AZ? Does that mean what I think it means???

David and Erin said...

Sorry! I meant to say is this the job you were talking about in Vegas...I'm "special" today!

kalie & kevin chamberlain said...

CONGRATS! That is so fabulous.

The Funderburks said...

Woo Woo! Congrats Chad!

Jason & Andrea Wilcock said...

CONGRATULATIONS - that is so exciting! Keep us updated!

Paul & Ashley Justensen Family said...

How exciting! I hope Chad loves his new job. It is always fun to embark on a new adventure.

The Morris Family said...

Wow, that is very cool. Cordelle says to tell him that he will be perfect for that job. Thats great! Tell him congrats on the job change