A new vision, a new agenda, a new plan for the future. You may have heard about some changes taking place at NCTA, but as we all know, seeing is believing. So come see for yourself at NCTA's Opening General Session. We're excited to announce the keynote speaker for this session, who is just the person to get us started off right.
Wednesday, Aug. 8th at 3:00 p.m.
The Challenge of Change
What are the skills, life strategies, and support systems that one must develop and maintain not only to survive but to thrive in today's environment of accelerated change? In this presentation, Jack will challenge you to think courageously, as we consider the risks and opportunities encountered in an ever-changing world. Let the winds of change blow as we laugh and learn about living well and working with less stress in the 21st century.
Come see Jack again on Thursday for his breakout session on estate planning.
How to Hold on to the Family Farm and a Way of Life!
Thursday, Aug. 9th - 8:00-9:15 a.m.
Making the transition from one generation to the next is one of agriculture's greatest challenges. Often times it is a matter of cash. There are sophisticated strategies that can be implemented to create necessary transitional cash. In layman's terms, Jack shares strategies on how to open the discussion of estate planning.
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These sessions are made possible through a grant from USDA's Risk Management Agency. RMA's mission is to promote, support and regulate sound risk management solutions to preserve and strengthen the economic stability of America's agricultural producers.
Jack McCall is a graduate of the University of Tennessee, the Tennessee School of Banking at Vanderbilt University, and the Graduate School of banking of the South at Louisiana State University.
Mr. McCall began his career as a marketing specialist for the Tennessee and U.S. Departments of Agriculture. Over a span of 20 years he distinguished himself as a financial services professional and healthcare executive.
After developing his storytelling craft for more than 35 years, he left the corporate world in 2000 and founded Jack McCall, Inc. a professional speaking/training firm.