I’m heading out the door later today for DC and Chicago.
You: Why? Those two places aren’t even near one another.
Thanks for the head’s up. First, I’m flying down to BWI today in preparation for my keynote presentation tomorrow at the Montgomery County Elder Law Series. With previous keynoters including The Washington Post’s Michelle Singletary and current year speakers including the editor of Kiplinger’s Retirement Report, it’s a true honor to participate in this award-winning series.
You: What will you be speaking about?
The title of my seminar is Don’t Be Cheap, Be Fiscally Responsible! Top Saving Strategies for These Crazy Times. I’m looking forward to my time with the boomer population.
You: What’s bringing you to Chicago?
I’ll be in Chicago for my annual presentation to Northwestern University’s graduating seniors. Like in previous years, the event which began in 2006, is part of the Countdown to Commencement series. My widely attended seminar enables graduates to confidently manage their finances right from the start. It’s a shame not every university provides this opportunity, but I am grateful for the trust Northwestern places in me – and I know the graduates have always appreciated the university and the alumni association for making the event possible and popular.
If you’re in DC or Chicago and want to meet up, send me a tweet. I’m on Twitter now so you never know . . .
Gary: Want to grab dinner?