Monday, September 17, 2012

Day 4

Day 4 was our final day at Good Life SCC. The morning meeting was delayed due to a hydro blackout (which is no unusual in the city, they happen frequently). We got started about 11am. My coaching partner and I presented our findings and recommendations with the assistance of our translators. The E.D. and her staff thanked us for the report and they looked forward to discussing it with their Board. The future of Good Life SCC is dependant on building a stronger business relationship with their sole employer group sponsor, Tuushin LLC. The potential new membership market present some opportunities for growth buy it is limited. Good Life is well run and we were thankful for the opportunity to visit and be of some help. After lunch we were driven out to see another member who's life has been vastly improved thanks to business loans he received. He handcrafts morin khuur's. The morin khurr is a traditional Mongolian bowed stringed instrument.

It's one of the most frequently played instruments of the Mongol people and is considered a symbol of the Mongolian nation

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