May 9
Chapter Meeting

May Breakfast Meeting - Co-sponsored with the Central MA CPCU Chapter

05/09/13 7:30am to 9:30am
320 Washington Street
Newton,MA 02458

John Borbi, motivational speaker and "real life" expert on managing moral and ethical dilemmas presents "The Dark Side of Success: Where is the Line...and What Would Make Us Cross It?" Join us to hear John's interesting story.

Cost: $40 per person (Checks made payable to "Boston Chapter CPCU")
Save with a "4 Pak" - $130 for 4 meeting tickets for members
(good through June 2013)
 
To reserve your place or places, please send in a Registration Form
(or fax a copy of it) with your check to:
 
Boston Chapter CPCU 
c/o The Insurance Library Association of Boston 
156 State Street 
Boston, MA 02109 
Tel: 617-227-2087  /  Fax: 617-723-8524
 
You can also confirm your attendance by email to Meagan Stefanow at the Insurance Library at mstefanow@insurancelibrary.org.
Time
Agenda
05/09/13 7:30am to 8:00am
Registration
05/09/13 8:00am to 9:30am
Breakfast Meeting Co-sponsored with the Central MA CPCU Chapter


The Dark Side of Success: Where is the Line...and What Would Make Us Cross It?

We know John Borbi. We worked with him, entrusted our savings to him; perhaps we could have been John Borbi, or maybe we’re on our way. A true American success story, John became a successful financial advisor and then, in a time of stress, a financial thief. He lost everything and endured 24 months in federal prison. We’ll hear John’s story, and think about our own.

How easy is it to make the wrong decision…and where is the point of no return?

Be captivated by a story exposing pride, ego, greed, excess, and how each consumed John to the point of destroying his life. Experience the intense extremes as he quickly became a top financial advisor, managing close to $100 million dollars for his clients and generating an income of $500,000, but then paid the ultimate price when he committed a federal crime and lost everything. John, broken down to his core, was sent to prison and learned to live on $0.12/hr. He spent countless hours alone determined to recognize what went wrong. With a new purpose and $50 in his pocket, John returned to society and started his life again.

Because of his life experiences, John is uniquely qualified to share techniques on managing moral and ethical dilemmas. He continues to be consulted by corporations for engaging ethics training and empowers others with solutions to avoid making unethical choices that may produce criminal activity; John brings a harsh reality to his attendees.

John Borbi

Motivational Speaker and Former Financial Advisor
Newton Crowne Plaza
320 Washington Street
Newton, MA 02458
United States

Event contact telephone: (Newton Crowne Plaza Hotel) 617-969-3010

Event Materials

Presentations

To reserve your place or places, please send this form (or fax a copy of it) with your check to: Boston Chapter CPCU c/o The Insurance Library Association of Boston 156 State Street, Boston, MA 02109 Telephone: 617- 227-2087 Fax: 617- 723-8524 You can also confirm your attendance by email to Meagan Stefanow at the Insurance Library at mstefanow@insurancelibrary.org. Reminder: Attendance at Monthly Meetings Earns Credit for CPD Qualification – log on to www.cpcusociety.org for more info on how to qualify for Continuing Professional Development.

Questions?

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    Steve Torres
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    storres@tsdlegal.com
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    617-206-4894