Washington Memorial Chapel Unveils The First Session In Its 2022 Washington Memorial Heritage Leadership Forum Series

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“Finding Your Calling” With David Cross of Indispensable Leadership LLC Will Be Held Thursday, January 13 At The Washington Memorial Chapel

UPPER MERION TWP, PA — The Washington Memorial Heritage, which is the Washington Memorial Chapel’s preservation arm, and David Cross and Historical Leadership (LLC) have announced that they will be providing a History/Leadership and Author Events Program starting in January at the Washington Memorial Chapel. Drawing upon America’s Revolutionary history, the program will examine the challenges and decisions faced by the country’s Founders. Analyzing their experiences, the program will provide lessons that will help attendees in their business and personal life.

The first session, “Finding Your Calling: The Young George Washington,” will be held on January 13 at 6 PM. The theme of the forum is “To succeed and lead in your personal and professional life, you must first find your calling.” Cross will discuss young George Washington, how he found his calling, and how others can follow his methods in doing the same.(Suggested Reading Material – Indispensable: Learning How to Succeed and Lead from George Washington, by David Cross)

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The price will be $20 per person per session; students with proof of student status will be admitted free. Subscription to all twelve events is only $200. A catered reception for participants will follow each event.

Register to attend at http://wmchapel.org/heritage/leadership-forum-signup/ or https://indispensableleadership.com/.

Washington Memorial Chapel is located at Rt. 23 Valley Forge Park, Valley Forge, PA.

To learn more about the Washington Memorial Chapel, visit http://wmchapel.org/heritage/ and http://www.savewashingtonmemorial.org/ to learn about the restoration campaign.

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