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How to Get Organized, Recycle and Move Your Excess Forward

How to Get Organized, Recycle and Move Your Excess Forward

This is the perfect time to move your bounty forward – Here are a few tips to help you clear your clutter, donate to your favorite charity and dispose of hazardous eWaste responsibly.


When you get a new appliance to replace the old, make sure to let go of your old one!

Old Electronics

Recycle at your local Goodwill. This helps the environment and your community

The Dell Reconnect Program – Dell is the first major computer manufacturer to ban the export of non-working electronics to developing countries as part of its global policy on responsible electronics disposal.

Reconnect has recycled nearly 96 million pounds of computer equipment to date.

What they recycle:


Computers (Desktop & Laptop)



Hard Drives



Cords & Cables

Ink & Toner Cartridges



Microsoft Zune®


Cell Phones


Electrical Cords

If you end up in that box of electrical cords do a quick assessment. Are all of the electric and electronic gadgets you own hooked up and working? If so, you can let go and donate your jumble of old cords.

Dead Batteries

The SD County Library system recycles old batteries. Collect them in a bin and take them to your local library. If you live outside of this area, check this website to find out where you can recycle.

Prior to dropping off the batteries, residents should cover the positive ends of the batteries with tape and place them in a sealed plastic bag.


Bring in a sealed bag with your old lightbulbs to your local IKEA for recycling. They can even be donated once broken.

Your old bulbs go through a separation process into glass, powder and mercury. Separated mercury goes through a process of triple distillation which takes away all contamination (mercury has a tendency to attract other materials).

After the triple distillation is finished the mercury is reused.

Boxes and Old Gift Wrap

Don’t just throw in your regular trash bin, Recycle them!

Peanuts, foam packing nuts

Take these to your local pack and ship store. This helps support local business and recycles at the same time.


Metal – Take to your local dry cleaner. Supports local business and keeps them out of landfills.

Plastic – donate to your favorite charity

Old Cell Phones

Domestic violence programs accept old cell phones. The Hopelines program through Verizon also brings old cell phones to those in need.


Artificial Christmas trees have a negative effect to our environment. They are manufactured with PVC which is a non-biodegradable, petroleum-derived plastic. In addition, many older tree varieties may contain lead.

The Christmas tree industry employs more than 100,000 Americans and now almost every community in the US recycles live trees after the holidays into mulch.

Old Holiday Cards – My personal favorite!

St. Jude’s Ranch Recycled Card Program, which benefits the St. Jude’s Ranch for Children. Launched more than 30 years ago as a thank-you to donors by using the previous year’s Christmas cards to turn them into “new” cards, the special cards are sold to raise money for the ranch’s programs. People from all over the world send their used greeting cards for all occasions.

Children at St. Jude’s Ranch learn entrepreneurship skills and participate in making the new cards by removing the front and attaching a new back so that customers receive “green” holiday cards for their use.

The address is St. Jude’s Ranch for Children, Recycled Card Program, 100 St. Jude’s St., Boulder City, NV 89005, and the phone number (877) 977-7572.

Other Recycling Tips

If you dont see the recycling location you need, check out www.earth911.com

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Recycling and Donation Centers in San Diego County

Recycling and Donation Centers in San Diego County

Recycling & Donations In San Diego County

1 Automobiles
2 Batteries
3 Books / Greeting Cards / Magazines
4 Building Materials
5 CD’s / Cassettes / DVD’s / LP’s / Videos
6 Cellphones / Telephones
7 Clothing / Shoes (see also Thrift Stores)
8 Computers / Electronics / Televisions
9 Drugs & Medicines / Fireworks / Weapons & Ammunition
10 Food
11 Furniture / Housewares / Office Equipment (see also Thrift Stores)
12 Garden Containers / Living Plants / Trees
13 Hazardous Waste
14 Major Appliances
15 Paper / Ink Cartridges
16 Thrift Stores
17 Tires
18 Other
1.1 America’s Car Donation Charities Center
Fax 916/631-4336
On this easy-to-use site you can research hundreds of respected charities , find answers to frequently asked questions and complete a simple online donation form . Or, if you prefer to speak with a representative, then please feel free to call us toll-free seven days a week to start our no-hassle donation process.
1.2 Charity Car Donation www.givecars.com You can donate or recycle a car, RV, SUV, pickup truck, motor home, motorcycle, van, boat (large and small), truck, jet ski, snow mobile, fork lift, aircraft almost any type of vehicle.
1.3 Goodwill Industries of San Diego County, Inc.
Donate your working car, truck, motorcycle, or other motor vehicle. Must have current CA registration.
1.4 Interfaith Community Services
550 West Washington Avenue
Escondido, CA
760/489-0837 www.interfaithservices.org
Call or go online for details
1.5 Jewish Family Service of San Diego
Main Office: Leichtag Family Building
3715 6th Avenue
San Diego, CA 92103
Fax: 619/291-2419
Email: jfs@jfssd.org www.jewishfamilyservicesd.org
We pick up cars in most any condition, provided they are towable and have an engine. No smog certificate is required. We offer same day pick-up anywhere in San Diego. You get a tax receipt for your charitable contribution. You are entitled to take a deduction for the fair market value of your vehicle in its present condition. We cannot affix a value . Mon -Thu 8:30am- 5:00pm; Fri 8:30am- 4:00pm
1.6 Partners Mentorship Program
1984 Sunset Cliffs Boulevard
San Diego, CA 92107
Help partners mentor at-risk youth of San Diego County. Accepts any car, running or not – no smog check. Free towing, handles DMV paperwork for tax purposes, provides copies of ownership and transfer documents, a picture of your vehicle and a copy of the Kelly Blue book page showing your car.
TIP: Many churches have car donations programs.
2.1 Battery Solutions, Inc.
734/467-9110 www.batteryrecycling.com
Programs for larger volumes of different types of batteries. (Fee may apply.)
2.2 Rechargeable Battery Recycling, Corp.
800/8-BATTERY www.rbrc.org/consumer/
Recycle rechargeable batteries locally.
TIP: Contact your local recycler, or call local car battery retailers for collection program information.
3.1 The Friends of the Library
4193 Park Boulevard (Main Office)
San Diego, CA
The Friends of the Library will assess whether any of the books should go into the collection or be sold in the booksale. Proceeds from the booksale go to the Public Library and are matched 100% by the City of San Diego. Most all other branches receive contributions.
3.2 Read All Over
contact: Deborah Borza
Created in memory of 20-year-old Deora Bodley, who died on United Flight 93 on Sept. 11, 2001. This program calls for students throughout the world to collect and share gently used books with others in their communities. Call for current book drive information.
3.3 St. Judes Ranch for Children
100 St . Jude’s Street
Boulder City, NV 89005
Mail used cards to the address listed. St. Judes collects holiday, birthday, or any occasion cards and transforms them into recycled greeting cards made with the love of a child. The residents of St. Jude’s Ranch turn used cards into “new” through their Born Again Card Recycling Program and then sell them to make money for savings, college, recreation and spending.
TIP: Check your local phone book for used bookstores in your area, or find out what your local schools can use for their libraries.
4.1 Battles Hardware
Bathroom fixtures, faucets, siding glass and swing shower doors, etc.
4.2 Brea Green
Lumber and wood waste.
4.3 Habitat for Humanity ReStore
10222 San Diego Mission Road
San Diego, CA 92108
The ReStore is a building materials thrift store with a simple premise: by selling donated building materials, we can fund the construction of more Habitat homes in San Diego County.
4.4 IMS Recycling
619/231-2521 www.imsrecyclingservices.com
All types of metals, electronics.
4.5 The ReUSE People
Used construction materials.
4.6 South Coast Materials 760/729-2010 Concrete and asphalts.
5.1 Aural Tech
888/454-3223 www.auraltech.com
For repair and refinishing of CDs, CD-ROMs and DVDs. AuralTech guarantees removal of all scratches from the playing surface of music, audio, game, software and reference compact discs.
5.2 Green Disk
800/305-DISk www.greendisk.com
GreenDisk’s Personal Electronics Program (PEP) is designed to meet the recycling needs of individuals, businesses and government agencies that have small amounts of electronic waste or a one-time need. Concerns about data security and environmental responsibility are met by our well-defined recycling procedures and comprehensive audit trail.
5.3 The Friends of the Library
4193 Park Boulevard (Main Office)
San Diego, CA
Most all other branches receive contributions.
5.4 Lou’s Records & Tapes
434 North Coast Highway 101
Encinitas CA
92024 888/LOUS-REC www.lousrecords.com
Take your CD’s, old records, cassette tapes, video tapes, etc. and get cash or store credit.(Temporary trade-in policy change: Due to major overstock in the used dept, we are temporarily amending our trade-in policy. We are currently only accepting used items for STORE CREDIT ONLY. Until further notice, we will not be paying cash for used items. Sorry for any inconvenience.)
6.1 NAPO San Diego! Bring cell phones to Liz Corso at any chapter meeting.
6.2 CollectiveGood
770/856-9021 www.collectivegood.com
CollectiveGood is the mobile devices recycling resource. If you have spare mobile phones, pagers or PDAs sitting on a shelf or in a drawer, you can recycle them here in an environmentally and socially responsible manner. You can choose from almost 200 charities that will benefit from your old cell phone donation.
6.3 Donate-A-Phone
888/901-SAFE (7233) www.donateaphone.com
The CALL TO PROTECT campaign collects wireless phones to benefit victims of domestic violence. Proceeds from the sale of phones help fund agencies that fight domestic violence and are also used to support the educational efforts of the Wireless Foundation. Other phones are refurbished and become lifelines for domestic violence victims when faced with an emergency situation.
6.4 Reclamere
For single line phones.
6.5 Technology Training
8817 Production Avenue San Diego, CA
858/547-3992 www.computerstolearnby.org
Donations of fax machines, printers, telephones and cell phones are accepted – drop-off by appointment.
6.6 The Wireless Foundation www.wirelessfoundation.org/ Places your old phone into the hands of domestic violence victims.
6.7 WirelessRecycling www.wirelessrecycling.com If you’d prefer donating and recycling your phone locally.
6.8 Sell Your Old Cell Phone www.oldcellphone.com www.cashmyphone.com www.cellforcash.com If you want a few dollars for your old cell phone, you might try selling it. There are a few sites that’ll buy them, with prices all over the map. For instance, a Nokia 3520 fetches $20 while a 5120 gets you $3.
7.1 Thrift stores See page 18 for a listing of thrift stores, or check your local phone book for locations near you.
7.2 Becky’s House
619/239-0355 Ext. 250
Make all donations to the YWCA . . . they will distribute between several organizations.
7.3 Cold Weather Shelters Warm jackets and sweaters
7.4 Dress for Success
619/420-1488 sandiego@dressforsuccess.org
Our mission is to assist low-income San Diegan women transition into the workforce with confidence, pride, and dignity. Therefore, all donations must be in excellent condition (no obvious tears or missing buttons), clean, and on hangers to preserve the garments in ready-to-wear condition.Business suits (skirts or pants) Beautiful blouses (that will work under a suit jacket)
Nearly new shoes
Unopened hosiery
Day runners, portfolios and brief cases are also gladly accepted
7.5 Interfaith Community Services
550 West Washington Avenue Escondido, CA
760/489-6380 www.interfaithservices.org
Interfaith does not generally accept new clothing, except for the following programs. Veterans program can use donations of dress shirts, suits and ties, jeans, and new underwear & socks. Items must be in good condition. Confia hiring hall greatly appreciates donation of work boots. Babies and children’s clothing (socks and underwear).
8.1 Allan Company
8.2 City of San Diego Recycling Hotline
8.3 County of San Diego Recycling Hotline
8.4 Dell Donation & Trade-In Program
8.5 Electronics Industries Alliance Consumer Education Initiative
8.6 Gateway Rebate Program www.gateway.com/
8.7 Hewlett-Packard
208/472-3494 https://warp1.external.hp.com/
Product take-back and recycling service.
8.8 IBM PC Recycling Service 800/SHOP-IBM
8.9 IMS Recycling Services
619/231-2521 www.imsrecyclingservices.com
8.10 The National Christina Foundation
8.11 Office Depot Accept just about any electronic device for recycling. (With thanks to Joseph Maddison.)
8.12 Phillips Services
North county residents.
8.13 RMD Technologies
8.14 Reclamere
Reclamere Inc. specializes in providing a variety of end-of-life services for electronic equipment, such as: computers, network infrastructure gear, telecommunications equipment, etc. Our team is focused on meeting your specific business needs. We will provide a secure, legal and environmentally sound solution for equipment removal and/or disposal as well as data destruction. We purchase and sell computer equipment on a regular basis.
8.15 Josh Tays
Takes old computers and updates and fixes them up to donate to the Dress for Success organization. They give them to women that need a leg up to re-enter the working world. If it’s not too far, he’ll even come pick them up.
8.16 Technology Training
8817 Production Avenue San Diego, CA
858/547-3992 www.computerstolearnby.org
Computers Pentium 2 or higher are fixed and donated to schools. Under Pentium 2 are recycled at no charge! Donations of fax machines, printers, telephones and cell phones are accepted – drop-off by appt. Call ahead to confirm that your donation can be accepted.
TIP: For general information from the California Integrated Waste Management Board, visit www.ciwmb.ca.gov/Electronics/colle..
9.1 (Call your local police & sheriff’s department for appropriate disposal of these items.)
10. FOOD Top
10.1 Interfaith Community Services
550 West Washington Avenue
Escondido, CA
760/489-6380 www.interfaithservices.org
Food pantry open until 4:00 M-F Perishable and non-perishable food welcome. Fresh produce particularly appreciated. Catering leftovers, which have not been served, are accepted.
10.2 Mama’s Kitchen
1875 Second Avenue
San Diego, CA 92101
Mama’s Kitchen prepares and delivers three meals a day for every day of the week to nearly 400 men, women, and children affected by AIDS in San Diego County.
10.3 San Diego Food Bank
9850 Distribution Avenue
San Diego, CA 92121
858/527-1419 www.sandiegofoodbank.org
10.4 Senior Gleeners
Contact Ann for program information.
TIP: Check your Yellow Pages under Social & Human Services for food banks or soup kitchens in your area.
(see also THRIFT STORES)
11.1 Interfaith Community Services
550 West Washington Avenue Escondido, CA
760/489-0837 www.interfaithservices.org
Variety of furniture, housewares and household and office supplies accepted for transitional housing apartments. Call or email from website for details.
11.2 Technology Training
8817 Production Avenue
San Diego, CA
858/547-3992 www.computerstolearnby.org
Donations of fax machines, printers, telephones and cell phones are accepted – drop-off by appointment. Call ahead to confirm that your donation can be accepted.
12.1 Armstrong’s (all locations) Accept all flower pots.
12.2 Green Oak Ranch Nursery
1237 Green Oak Road
Vista, CA 92083
Growers of California natives, Herbs and Mediterranean perennials. Open M-F 9:00 am – 4:00 pm, weekends by appointment. For thrift shop tax deductions donations.
Carlsbad – 760/639-6118
Carmel Valley – 619/235-2111
Chula Vista – 800/237-2583 Coronado – 619/522-7382
Del Mar – 858/755-9313
El Cajon – 619/596-5100
Encinitas – 760/633-2837
Escondido – 760/741-4818
Imperial Beach – 800/237-2583
La Mesa – 619/287-5696
Lemon Grove – 800/499-7587
Mira Mesa – 619/235-2111
National City – 800/237-3583
Oceanside – 760/439-2824
Penasquitos – 619/235-2111
Poway – 858/649-5410
San Diego – 619/235-2111
San Diego County (Unincorporated) – 877/713-2784
San Marcos – 760/639-6116
San Ysidro – 619/223-5211
Santee – 619/596-5100
Solana Beach – 800/714-1195
Sorrento Valley – 619-235-2111
Valley Center – 800/714-1195
Vista – 760/639-6118
To find out about Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) collection in your area, choose from the numbers at left or call the Regional HHW program hotline at 800/714-1195.Before taking materials to a drop-off center, be sure to find out about volume limitations and proof of residence requirements.
13.2 HHW Drop Off Center
1145 East Taylor Street
Vista, CA
Open Saturdays, (except holidays) from 9:00 to 3:00. For Del Mar, Encinitas, San Marcos, Solana Beach, Escondido and Vista residents in unicorporated county. Before taking materials to a drop-off center, be sure to find out about volume limitations and proof of residence requirements.
13.3 Poway Materials Handling Yard
12325 Crosthwaite Circle
Poway, CA
Open Saturdays, (except holidays) from 9:00 to 3:00. For Poway and residents in the unincorporated county
14.1 Habitat for Humanity
Working appliances accepted. Call for program details.
14.2 IDEAL
Working refrigerators $50 rebate.
14.3 Pacific Coast Recycling
3055 Commercial (corner of 30th Street)
San Diego, CA
Appliances and Scrap Metal
Refrigerators and air conditioners must have CFC’s and HCFC’s (Freon) removed.
14.4 Pacific Steel
1700 Cleveland
National City, CA
Appliances and Scrap Metal
Refrigerators and air conditioners must have CFC’s and HCFC’s (Freon) removed.
14.5 Paul Brown South Bay Recycling
120 Reed Court
Chula Vista, CA
Appliances and Scrap Metal
Refrigerators and air conditioners must have CFC’s and HCFC’s (Freon) removed.
14.6 State Iron and Metal
981 Heritage Road
San Diego, CA
Appliances and Scrap Metal
Refrigerators and air conditioners must have CFC’s and HCFC’s (Freon) removed.
14.7 Universal Recycling
14494 Mast Boulevard (Corner of Hwy 52)
Santee, CA
Appliances and Scrap Metal
Refrigerators and air conditioners must have CFC’s and HCFC’s (Freon) removed.
15.1 NAPO San Diego!
Bring used ink cartridges to Liz Corso at any chapter meeting.
15.2 Staples (all locations)
Take used ink cartridges to any location & receive $5 off your next ink cartridge purchase.
15.3 Office Depot (all locations) Take used ink cartridges to any location & receive a ream of paper.
www.sandiegobizmart.com/ To find a thrift store near you, check your local phone book, or cut and paste the link on the right for an extensive directory of San Diego thrift stores.
16.1 Amvets
Call for store locations and pick-up information.
16.2 Baras Non-Profit Thrift Shops
Clairemont – 4792 Clairemont Mesa
College/City Heights – 54 th & El Cajon
Downtown – 1455 Market Street
El Cajon–1770 E. Main St. 8-Greenfield Exit
Hillcrest – 1455 University Avenue
Imperial Beach – 761 Palm Avenue
Pt. Loma/Sport Arena – 4030 Sports Arena
Tax deductible donations accepted at all stores during business hours. Open 7 days, 9:00 am – 9:00 pm. For large pick-ups call: 619/291-5252.
16.3 Children’s Hospital Thrift Stores
Children’s Hospital Thrift Stores accept donations for all kinds of items, including clothes, computers, toys, furniture – even cars and boats
16.4 The Elizabeth Hospice
Kathleen Horwath –Thrift Shoppe Manager
1005 South Escondido Boulevard
Escondido, CA 92025
760/747-33161845 East Valley Parkway Escondido, CA 92027
Compassion in Services. Will pick up. (Many senior volunteers keep it humming.)
16.5 Goodwill Industries of San Diego County, Inc. – Donation Centers
For information on Goodwill’s programs and services:
San Diego 619/225-2200
North County 760/722-8582
Bonita – Park & Ride, 805 & Sweetwater
Del Mar – Park & Ride, Sorrento Valley Road (I-5 & Carmel Valley Road)
El Cajon – Park & Ride, Washington at Jamacha
El Cajon – Trolley Station, Main & Marshall
Escondido – Park & Ride, I-15 & Via Rancho Parkway (on Del Lago Boulevard)
La Costa – Park & Ride, I-5 & La Costa Ave.
Lakeside – Park & Ride, Mapleview & Route 67
La Mesa – EDCO 8184 Commercial
La Mesa – Trolley Station, Grossmont Center Fletcher Parkway
La Mesa – Trolley Station, Amaya Street
Mission Valley – Hotel Circle North, (Church Parking W. of Handlery Hotel)
Mira Mesa – Park & Ride, I-15 & Mira Mesa
Oceanside – Park & Ride, Route 78 &
Oceanside – Park & Ride, I-5 & 78
Point Loma – On sports Arena at Rosecrans
Sorrento Valley – Park & Ride, 805 & Vista Sorrento Parkway (North onramp to Route 805 at Mira Mesa Boulevard)
16 convenient locations in San Diego County. Staffed 7 days a week from 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Some locations open later. Goodwill is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. The resale of clean, reusable donations provides job training and paid work experience to San Diegans with disabilities and other barriers to employment that are working to become self-supporting, and to provide a brighter future for themselves and their families. Goodwill programs include: state-certified vocational training, free job search and employment services for the community, community employment for people with more severe disabilities, assembly and packing services for business, e-boutique and more! Good will is also an employer of almost 600 people in our community year-round.Organize a donation drive for your neighborhood, community, club, or church. We can help you with all the details.To protect your donation from vandalism or theft, we suggest that you donate during posted hours.
16.6 My Sister’s Closet
Gail J. Polk – Director of Retail Operations
3590 Fifth Avenue
San Diego, CA 92103
Fax 619/299-7285
Proceeds from the store help the YWCA provide Domestic Violence and Self-Sufficiency programs for women in need. You can help by “opening up” your closet and your heart! Purchase items from the store. Donate your high quality clothing and accessories, furniture and collectibles to sell in the store. Volunteer your time and energy for YW programs.
16.7 Purple Heart Veterans
Salvation Army
800/433-7453 www.salvationarmy.org
St. Vincent de Paul Village 619/687-1050 www.svdpv.org/thrift.html
17. TIRES Top
17.1 Big O Tires (Check your local white pages for location nearest you.)
17.2 Discount Tires (Check your local white pages for location nearest you.)
17.3 Reliable Tires (Check your local white pages for location nearest you.)
17.4 So Cal Tire Company (Check your local white pages for location nearest you.)
17.5 Winston Tires (Check your local white pages for location nearest you.)
18. OTHER Top
18.1 Alliance of Foam Packaging Recyclers
The Alliance compiles a list of Styrofoam block collection sites across the country.
18.2 American Petroleum Institute (API)
CA Integrated Waste Management Board

API provides a listing of used motor oil hotlines. CIWMB site can be searched for a certified used oil-recycling center. Most service stations, repair facilities and oil change centers will accept used oil and filters. Try calling your local automotive supply store for program information.
Boomerang Cardboard Boxes
To recycle cardboard boxes, or purchase used cardboard boxes for moving. They also rent Rubbermaid Storage Bins for moving.
Christmas Trees
Green and flocked trees are accepted at a large number of drop off locations. The trees will be recycled into high quality mulch and compost.
The Lion’s Club collects used eyeglasses for redistribution in developing countries throughout the world.Collection centers can be found in local libraries, and at Lenscrafters, For Eyes and Pearle Vision locations
18.6 Grocery Bags Plastic grocery bags are accepted at most grocery store chains including VONS, Albertsons, Major Market and Jimbos.(Better yet, bring your own cloth bags when you shop!)
18.7 IMS Cardboard Boxes
National City
Small reimbursement for recycling of cardboard boxes.
18.8 Plastic Loose Fill Producers Council
Call to find the business nearest you that reuses Styrofoam packing peanuts.
NO-3540 Nesbyen, Norway or to
Helga Moore – President, Sons of Norway
San Diego Chapter
2429 Marilouise Way
San Diego, CA 92103
hsmoore@cox.net www.tubfrim.no/
Please, never throw away canceled postage stamps and phonecards. Stamps and phonecards from any country in the world can be used. Tubfrim collects and sells used stamps and telephone cards, and uses the proceeds to aid the eradication of tuberculosis among Norwegian children.
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SCORE Breakfast is a Great Networking Opportunity

Check out this fantastic networking opportunity in San Diego on May 13th.

I will be providing quick and easy tips to hep you master your emails, schedule and paper piles muck!

Learn more or place your reservation by clicking here

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San Diego Book & Writing Awards names How to Master Your Muck as Finalist

How to Master Your Muck has been named by the judges as a finalist in the Self Help category of the San Diego Book & Writing Awards.

How exciting! Click here to see other contestants and for more details about this competition.

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Author Sheryl Roush Speaks at NAPO San Diego

The NAPO San Diego meeting this month featured world renowned speaker and author Sheryl Roush.

Sheryl’s Topic: 7 Secrets to Connect with Anyone

This program was highly interactive, enlightening and engaging.

NAPO members discovered how to use proven research in adult learning theory:
* 7 multiple modalities in any group
* How to utilize tactics to sincerely connect with others
* Easy tips to gain instant rapport
* Ways to engage others authentically
* Skills you can use right away in business and in life

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