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Speaker Series: Science of “Getting Lucky” – February 26

Speaker Series:   

The Science of “Getting Lucky”

Learn the three principles we must know before “Getting Lucky”

With Rev. Dr. Bary Fleet

Massasoit Community College, 49 Union Street, Middleboro

Tuesday, February 26:   7:30 – 9:00 a.m.


Did anyone tell you that there is a science to success???  Do you know that there are specific principles for success … that always work … IF you always work the principles?  Just as there are laws that govern the Universe, so are there “laws” or principles that govern Success.      Success isn’t about Being Lucky, and it isn’t even about hard work, though hard work is often an intricate part.  Success is about following the principles.  All successful people, whether they realize it or not, are practicing scientifically proven principles.

It doesn’t matter what your goals are … whether you want to own an ultra-successful business, become a successful entrepreneur, enjoy a happy and fulfilling relationship or to lose weight … or anything else, the principles for success are always the same.    In this Eye-opening, Exciting and Thought-provoking seminar, you will learn about the three the fundamental principles that every successful person must – and can – control.

Check out his TED talk:


Rev. Dr. Bary Fleet Bio:

Undergraduate work:  University of Georgia, Duke University and Boston University

While at B.U., did an internship at what was the Interfaith Counseling Center in Providence … fell in love with Narragansett Bay, earned my doctorate and moved to Warwick in 1986

1986 – Director of the Counseling Center at the La Salette Shrine in Attleboro

1988 – Co-founder of Cross Roads Counseling Center, formerly on Main Ave. in Warwick

Formerly, taught on the Faculty of the School of Theology at Emory University.

Currently serves as an Adjunct Professor at Bryant and at Johnson and Wales Universities.

Retired after forty years serving as a local church pastor.

  • Became a Triathlete at age 69 and was the oldest participant in the “Oh, My Goddard Triathlon” that year.
  • Celebrated my 70th birthday at Fenway Park by achieving a “Spartan Trifecta,” completing a Beast, Super and Sprint event within the same calendar year.
  • Publish a weekly (sort of) Blog, which can be found on my website:
  • TEDx talk: “Your Inner Magnificence”
  • Inspirational Speaker
  • Certified Jack Canfield Success Trainer, Consultant and Coach
  • Author of the forth-coming book, “Move into Your Magnificence: 101 Ways to Feel Good about being Me!”

Proud father of two children and 5 grandchildren. Lives in Warwick happily married to my wife Debbie.  We enjoy outdoor activities, including gardening, biking, kayaking and hiking.

Hobbies:  Work with Stained Glass; Needlework.  Designed and built passive solar cabin using almost exclusively recycled materials



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