Heading to the Miami International Boat Show?

Miami Boat Show

Are you heading to Florida to attend the Miami International Boat Show? Here is some helpful information to make your trip a success.

Miami International Boat Show

February 12th – 16th, 2015 – Miami, FL

Are you heading out to the 74th Annual Progressive Insurance
Miami International Boat Show
this month? The show will be held at three  locations in the area and will feature more than 3,000 boats and 2,000 exhibitors from all over the globe.

There is something for all boat enthusiasts to enjoy at the show! Learn more about the show exhibitors here.

Boat Show Schedule:

February 12, 2015 – February 16, 2015

Premier Day:

Thursday, February 12th:  10AM – 6PM

General Admission:

Friday, February 13th:  10AM – 8PM
Saturday, February 14th:  10AM – 8PM
Sunday, February 15th:  10AM – 8PM
Monday, February 16th:  10AM – 6PM

Show Locations:

1. Miami Beach Convention Center
1901 Convention Center Dr, 33139

2. The New Yacht & Power Boat Show at Sea Isle Marina
1635 N. Bayshore Drive, 33132

3. Strictly Sail Miami at Miamarina at Bayside
400 Biscayne Blvd, 33132

Show Admission:

Premier Day (February 12th) – $35

5-Day Pass (Good for all 5 days of the show) – $85

Friday- Monday
Adult – $20 (16 and older)
2-Day Pass – $35
Children under 15 – Free (must be accompanied by an adult)

Group Tickets are available for groups of 15 or more at at
discounted rate.

Purchase Tickets Here

Tickets are also available at the following locations on the days of the show:

  • Miami Beach Convention Center
  • Strictly Sail Miami at Maiamarina at Bayside

No tickets required for The New Yacht & Power Boat Show at Sea Isle
Marina.

Please call or email our Client Services team right away so we can provide you with the best flight options for your trip to the show!

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Email: fly@flyprivate.com
Phone: 1-800-641-JETS (5387)

All flights arranged by Private Business Jets, LLC DBA FlyPrivate are operated by Part 135 Certified Air Carriers. FlyPrivate will act as your agent for the purpose of obtaining charter service.

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Communicate, Communicate, Communicate

Jan Jones Worldwide

Jan Jones is the author of “The CEO’s Secret Weapon How Great Leaders and Their Assistants Maximize Productivity and Effectiveness”. The book debuted at #1 on Amazon’s Hot New Releases in the Office Management Category. It has received widespread acclaim from executives and executive assistants worldwide. Jan spent 20 years as an esteemed international executive assistant to well-known business people, including personal development icon and author Tony Robbins. Jan is passionate about the executive assistant role and continues to champion the profession through speaking, mentoring and offering timeless, practical advice that is relevant to the day-to-day role of the executive assistant.

Jan Jones

Hello and Happy New Year FlyPrivate readers. I’m delighted to lead off the 2015 FlyPrivate blogging series by sharing some tips for how we can stay connected to each other through effective
communication.  Shall we commit to
effective and meaningful communication as one of our New Year’s resolutions at work and at home? I have a new book coming out in the Fall and will share extracts from it with you throughout the year. I look forward to being in touch with you.

I’ve just completed a book for executives, showing them how they can maximize productivity by working effectively with their
assistant. I interviewed many, many dozens of business leaders,
executives and assistants for the book. When I asked assistants what is the one thing the executive can do to help them, without fail, they all responded “communicate”. “Make sure the assistant knows all she needs to know in order to do her job,” said one. “Give me the big
picture and keep me informed of current projects” said another. One young assistant told me “I get stressed because I don’t know what he wants and I keep second guessing myself”. “Let me know your
opinion, which will help me to make better decisions on your behalf”, said the assistant to a high-profile entrepreneur. Fortunately, many assistants shared examples of their executives who were truly great communicators and always kept them informed and in the loop, which really helped their productivity and confidence in getting the job done.

Since communication and the ability to communicate effectively are vital skills, yet challenging for so many, I asked some of the popular speakers represented by my speakers bureau about some of the characteristics a good communicator, particularly one who is
delivering a presentation, must possess.

Chester Elton and Adrian Gostick are the bestselling co-authors of several books, including The Carrot Principle, and their latest work What Motivates Me: Put Your Passions to Work. Chester said: “The speakers who get my attention are first of all, experts in their field. They share real stories of real people in real companies. They aren’t afraid to confront tough issues and make the audience feel a little challenged. But most importantly, they don’t speak in platitudes – they give us real tools we can use immediately to make our
workplaces better.”

Adrian added, “The best communicators are people who are
transparent. These business leaders share even hard truths with their co-workers, employees and clients as soon as they can, and they encourage open debate of ideas and issues, even if it rattles harmony. Others come to trust communicators like this, because they know they will be truthful and direct, and that builds trust and a larger culture of openness.”

Jones Loflin, is a busy speaker who crisscrosses America and the world delivering talks for companies such as FedEx and Microsoft. He told me great communicators have a passion to see people
improve their lives in some way. They should also be willing to be transparent and let people see who they really are. Jones said “I am always seeking better ways to meet audiences where they are, and develop strategies to take them to a place they can’t seem to take themselves.”

What I’m hearing from executives, assistants, successful authors and speakers is that you can develop trust and rapport with your
employees, or your audience, by engaging in direct and honest
communication, being willing to be “real” and helping others to
succeed by sharing knowledge and information so they are well
informed and equipped to get their job done. As Elton & Gostick shared, communication helps organizations build robust cultures where employees are not only productive and profitable, but also engaged and energized.

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Citation X PlusWe are very excited to announce the relaunch of the FlyPrivate website! Request a quote, learn about our “pay as you go” service, and browse the jets available to you. On our new site you can also meet our management team, browse FlyPrivate merchandise, or contact us to see how we can save you invaluable time and money on your next trip.

While our website and blog are always a work in progress, if there is something else you’d like to learn about, please let us know! Email us at fly@flyprivate or leave us a comment on Facebook, Google+,
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Traveling during the holidays? If you haven’t booked your
jet charter, now is the time. Availability is limited during this busy time of year. Our Client Services team is here to make your holiday trip a hassle-free, enjoyable experience. Contact us today!

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Email: fly@flyprivate.com
Phone: 1-800-641-JETS (5387)

All flights arranged by Private Business Jets, LLC DBA FlyPrivate are operated by Part 135 Certified Air Carriers. FlyPrivate will act as your agent for the purpose of obtaining charter service.

Heading to the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show?

Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show

Are you heading to Florida to attend the Fort Lauderdale
International Boat Show
? Here is some helpful information to make your trip a success.

Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show

October 30th – November 3rd, 2014

Fort Lauderdale, Florida, the “Yachting Capital of the World”, will host the 55th Annual Fort Lauderdale Boat Show this fall. The show will be held at seven different locations in the area and in total will encompass over 3 million square feet of space.

There is something for all boat enthusiasts to enjoy at the show
including:

Boat Show Schedule:

October 30, 2014 – November 3, 2014

Prime Time Preview:

Thursday, October 30th:  10AM – 7PM

General Admission:

Friday, October 31st:  10AM – 7PM
Saturday, November 1st:  10AM – 7PM
Sunday, November 2nd:  10AM – 7PM
Monday, November 3rd:  10AM – 5PM

Show Locations:

1. Bahia Mar Yachting Center – 801 Seabreeze Blvd., 33316
2. Hall of Fame Marina – 1 Hall of Fame Drive, 33316
3. Las Olas Marina – 240 E. Las Olas Circle, 33316
4. Broward County Convention Ctr – 1950 Eisenhower Blvd., 33316
5. The Sails Marina – 2150 SE 17th Street, 33316
6. Pier 66 Marina – 2301 SE 17th Street, 33316
7. Fort Lauderdale Hilton – 1881 SE 17th Street, 33316

Show Admission:

Prime Time Preview (October 30th)
$38 online or $40 at the show

2-Day Ticket:
$40 online or $42 at the show

General Admission:
Adult – $22 online or $24 at the show
Children, ages 6-15 – $7 online or $9 at the show
Children under 6 – Free

Tickets (cash only, ATMs nearby) are available from the box office at the following locations on the days of the show:

  • Bahia Mar Yachting Center
  • Las Olas Marina
  • Las Olas Riverfront
  • Broward County Convention Center

No pets allowed besides service dogs.

Boats and Yachts on Display

  • Runabouts
  • Sportfishers
  • High performance boats
  • Center consoles
  • Cabin cruisers
  • Flats boats
  • Skiffs
  • Express cruisers
  • Sailing yachts
  • Motor yachts
  • Bowriders
  • Catamarans
  • Ski boats
  • Jet boats
  • Trawlers
  • Inflatables
  • Canoes
  • Superyachts

Please call or email our Client Services team right away so we can provide you with the best flight options for your trip to the show!

We’d love to hear from you! Please follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn and Google+ for the latest news and updates from FlyPrivate.

Website: www.flyprivate.com
Email: fly@flyprivate.com
Phone: 1-800-641-JETS (5387)

All flights arranged by Private Business Jets, LLC DBA FlyPrivate are operated by Part 135 Certified Air Carriers. FlyPrivate will act as your agent for the purpose of obtaining charter service.

South Shore Living Features FlyPrivate as Editors’ Pick

A big thank you South Shore Living for featuring FlyPrivate as an Editors’ pick for August, 2014! Make sure to pick up your copy today to see who else made the list!

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