RightLane challenged a packed house of Female Business Leaders in Lebanon to find their focus through single tasking. The event was hosted by the Lebanon Wilson County Chamber of Commerce for their new group called Women in the Lead. Sammy B’s, a historic, charming restaurant, was the host and if you haven’t been to Lebanon and that Castle Heights campus, you should make plans to go soon. Kudos to Lebanon for their public/private partnerships to get things done!
We rode the bus! A special bus. A bus painted like a big Tennessee Highway Patrol car-- a huge rolling billboard and marketing effort to find and ticket Distracted Drivers. It was a rush! A THP Lieutenant and a Metro Police Sergeant radioed their patrol cars to stop Texting offenders as we pointed them out. It was like “shooting fish in a barrel.” There were SO many motorists going at least 70 mph while texting/scrolling and we were in a tall bus with a spectacular view o
Remember that day that I-85 caught on fire in Atlanta? Two days later RightLane crammed a room beyond capacity to deliver our Multitasking and Productivity message to college women leaders. We were invited by the Coalition for Collegiate Women’s Leadership Conference to speak and had an overwhelming response. As a result we are doing personal accountability follow-up with all of the young women who expressed a desire to change. Their challenges and intentions included: Be Pr