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Live Webinar with Halftime Alum, Michael Spraggins ~ April 27th, 8pm ET
April 27 @ 8:00 pm - 9:00 pmFree
What comes to mind when you think of building a next season of meaning, impact, and joy –
- Selling your company?
- Quitting your job?
- Joining a non-profit?
For some it may include these steps, but for many it means infusing your success with significance.
|But how do you do that in a way that is sustainable without feeling torn between two worlds?|
In this 30-minute webinar, we will be joined by Halftime Alum, Michael Spraggins to discuss lessons gleaned over the past 13 years of running his business alongside his amazing medical ministry in Africa.
Together we will explore what’s worked and what hasn’t as Michael seeks to win at both business and giving back.
For those who can stay on, there will be an interactive Q&A for an additional 20-30 minutes.
About our Featured Alum:
Michael Spraggins is a business executive, entrepreneur, and global health innovator with more than 25 years of experience in leadership, business development, relationship management, supply chain management, and manufacturing. As CEO of Spraggins Incorporated, Michael has grown his building supply company from its origin as a small family business in Orlando, Florida to a substantial enterprise with regional presence.
In 2009, Michael turned his entrepreneurial focus towards improving healthcare for the world’s most poor and hungry. Leveraging his business, commercial franchising, and entrepreneurial experience, he founded LifeNet International, an innovative healthcare nonprofit operating in East Africa. Since 2009, Michael has built this organization into a thought leader in health systems – building in low-income environments. Today, LifeNet services over 250 health facilities in seven countries, transforming the quality care received by 6 million patients per year.
Michael began his career at Arthur Andersen and received a Bachelor’s degree from Auburn University.
Michael and his family are based in Orlando, Florida.
About Doug Piper:
Doug is an alumni of the Halftime Institute – he completed a Halftime Roundtable six years ago. After a successful marketing, designing, and manufacturing career, he is researching the creation and appreciation of fine craft beverages and foods.
Today he splits his time between Halftime LifeStream/Podcasts and consulting to the food and beverage market as the Founder and Host of Gourmet Brewing LLC. He’s a Certified BJCP Beer and Mead Judge and Cicerone. Fueled by passion, Doug understands the nuances of food and drink flavors. He is a “forever student,” eager to build an academic foundation. He brings a fresh perspective to the fine food and beverage market with simple yet scientific accuracy. His folksy manner is a welcome change from the typical journalist.
Doug and his family live in Greenville, South Carolina.
About Lloyd Reeb:
Lloyd, a successful real estate developer, made a mid-life transition, looking for greater meaning, joy, and impact in his second half.
For over 20 years Lloyd has helped leaders make their second half their best half. He is the founding partner of the Halftime Institute, a global team that teaches, coaches and connects successful men and women in pursuit of significance. He’s taken this message around the world.
Lloyd is the author of From Success to Significance: When the Pursuit of Success Isn’t Enough; with his wife, Linda, co-wrote Halftime for Couples (free download) and his newest eBook: Finally Connected (free download).
Lloyd and Linda enjoy living near Charlotte, North Carolina. They have three adult children, all married, and three precious grandchildren.