Quality Living Made Simple

Today I want to share with you the interview that I did on Joshua Rivers podcast Quality Living Made Simple.

Chris LoCurto, Leadership, Business, Strategic Planning, Entrepreneur

Josh is preparing to attend the EntreLeadership 1 Day event in Oklahoma City, and he wanted to ask me a few key questions like:

  • Do you prepare yourself for attending an event? If so, how?
  • How can someone get the most out of an event like EntreLeadership 1 Day?
  • How do you network when going to an event?

Those are just a few of the questions I answered in this interview. To hear the interview click here.



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Meet Chris LoCurto


Chris has a heart for changing lives by helping people discover the life and business they really want.

Decades of personal and leadership development experience, as well as running multi-million dollar businesses, has made him an expert in life and business coaching. personality types, and communication styles.

Growing up in a small logging town near Lake Tahoe, California, Chris learned a strong work ethic at home from his full-time working mom. He began his leadership and training career in the corporate world, starting but at E'TRADE.

45 thoughts on “Quality Living Made Simple”

  1. Have not received an e-mail for this post yet, 6:43 CST
    And when I click on the link, to listen to the podcast, Error 404

    Sad am I 🙁

        1. Well, he’s gets around, so I can’t dismiss the possibility. I’ll do the right thing and leave him innocent until proven guilty (but, he’s still a suspect 🙂

          1. I’m gonna go ahead and not dignify this thread with a response (of course, I realize the irony that my statement that I would not respond was in and of itself, a response…)

      1. Nice! Awesome that you owned it–makes both you and Chris look even more like rock stars! 🙂
        Btw, do you give discounts through Dillanos? JK! Jk! 😉

    1. Amen to that!

      Maybe no one else has seen it, but on How I Met Your Mother, I remember an episode where Barney never had a bad photo – no matter how much the others tried to make him mess up. Not that I was trying to mess Chris up or anything – that’s Skropp’s job.

  2. That Joshua Rivers sure is doing it the right way. You don’t go to top notch events without preparing for it! Too much good stuff to miss. Waiting to hear when EL Team will do a quick 1 day event back here in O’town! Thanks guys for the great interview. It’s a blessing to many!

  3. Definitely like many things in live, you get out of it what you put into it. I posted this on Josh’s blog as well. I have been blown away by the organization, the content and the awesome, welcoming atmosphere at EntreLeadership. This is not just another business event. I’ve been to a few and you will not find yourself thinking you’re in the “typical” business atmosphere. However, I did see some attendees to the 1-day simulcast that were really not that excited about attending. Being remote is not the same, but definitely you get the great content as well. I experienced the same thing as Josh, I sent out a tweet trying to connect with people who had signed up for Performance series and nothing happened. However, when I got to the event, I made some great connections with people. Think of this, you are with like-minded people who value some important things you value too. Gives you a lot for conversation starters. Attending one event a year is a great way to grow yourself. I am looking forward to great new events by Chris LoCurto!

  4. Great topic!! Nice work Josh!

    For several years I was an organizer of an annual event for around 100 people. It seemed to me, the people that got the most out of it were the ones who looked at the networking as important as the sessions themselves.

    Here’s some ideas:

    1.) Take advantage of your lunches, breaks, and dinners for networking (just don’t plan too far ahead; leave some wiggle room).

    2.) If you see someone that looks lonely, go talk to them.

    3.) If you are having a great meeting with someone, it’s ok to be late (just don’t make a habit of it).

    Hope you have a great time Josh!!!

    1. Thanks, Bob. I hope to be able to make some new connections. I just need to break out of my shell more. All of this support and advice makes it a little easier to do that.

  5. Shoot, you’re going about this whole preparedness thing in such a smart way, Josh–wish I had thought of it 😉
    And I had to laugh when you guys mentioned being like a stalker. Isn’t that kind of how a lot of us approached Chris at some point: hey, Chris. I’m going to this event. We should get together.
    Enjoyed listening in 🙂

    1. I’m only doing this in a smart way because I’ve gotten around more smart people.

      Newbie networkers tend of be stalkers – but hopefully I don’t come across that way!

  6. Usually I do some research of the speakers – if it is a big event with multiple speakers. I always take extra cards to exchange – and if it is an industry event i try to plan lunches or dinners for mastermind opportunities. If I know who is attending from my company (we have branches across the nation) we usually take that opportunity to network as well.

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