Virtual Presentation & Q&A on Connecting Coming Up Apr 26 4-6pm

Let’s connect in the virtual world!

Want to learn more on why people avoid strangers and how to make connecting with people easier and more fun? Want to be better at flirting? Making friends? Sales? Interviewing? Business partnership or leadership? Grab your favorite food or drink, and join us virtually for this discussion on connecting in the real and virtual world!

Our friend and Event Organizer of this group, Dr. Elicia Nademin, has planned several community discussions informed by her book, “Don’t Be a Stranger” on ways to connect with others. We may be stuck at home, but parts of her talk can still be adapted to connecting digitally, so social distancing will not stop us! Not to mention, we wont be stuck at home forever, so let’s work on our communication and connection skills in the meanwhile! For a limited time, Dr. Nademin is offering these talks for free, so jump on it!! The ZOOM link will be visible for those who confirm RSVP. Please plan to arrive several minutes in advance to confirm your audio/video connection and plan to stay the whole time in order to avoid interruption during the presentation/Q&A.

Please come prepared to share a favorite story of how you connected with a stranger in the past! How’d you meet them, who spoke to who first, and what came of it? Your questions and input make each of this events different, energizing, and so special! Let’s make the world a kinder place, one memorable moment at a time! Afterall, you get what you give, so let’s talk about exuding a warmth that is most likely to attract that warmth back as we create space to help bring out the best in others!

The event will go from 4-6pm. Please try to connect by 3:50pm so we can trouble-shoot any audio/visual issues before the talk begins, and please make sure to turn off any background noise. Thank you!

We’d love for you to join whether you’ve read the book or not! If you’d like to have ordered/reviewed the book in advance of the event, Don’t Be A Stranger can be found on iTunes or Amazon in ebook or paperbook ( The paperback is only $9.99 thru Amazon and is available for free two-day shipping for Prime members.

Please email me at for the login information for the event. Given zoombombing I won’t be posting this publicly but welcome anyone who’d like to join the conversation!

Dr. Nademin is a board certified behavioral and cognitive psychologist who works full-time in home care working with elderly veterans. She also maintains a small part-time private practice, lectures on topics of professionalism, communication, behavioral medicine, and diversity to medical and psychology doctoral students, has held leadership positions in state and national organizations for MH Advocacy and Health Professionals, and has been nominated to standard-setting and curriculum development for communication, interpersonal skills, and behavioral medicine for medical.

She has long overseen diversity advocacy efforts in the hospital system where she work as well as in the community. She has served as a volunteer on the Professional Advisory Board of NotMyKid, a nonprofit organization that provides children and families with lifesaving programs, support, resources, and education. She loves volunteering and organizes quarterly volunteer events with her business team in collaboration with this meetup for Feed My Starving Children, and she is a business owner as a Rodan + Fields Skincare Consultant as a way of supporting more fun, travel, and charity in her life! Please feel free to go to to learn more about Dr. Nademin and join us for a future talk and coming-together of minds and hearts!

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