San Francisco, California
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Four answers every Business Owner, Professional and Entrepreneur should know...
Are you working on the right areas?
Do you know and understand what's next for your business?
How do you learn what you don't yet know?
What attitude automatically generates success?
Introducing: Explosive Growth; a BusinessWhitt interactive Workshop presentation - November 21st, 5:30PM-7:30PM
Explosive growth is for: Business Owners, Executives and Entrepreneurs
Explosive Growth is for you; if you want to play more golf or simply would like want more time off.
Explosive Growth Four Power Principles from world re-known business guru Brian Tracy! No one makes it easier. Simple, Graphically descriptive and to the point. Get your answers: Where is your business in the business lifecycle? What's next?, How do you get there? How to manage your team attitude for success.
Without the right tools, it's much harder to do the job. This is true for mechanics, carpentry, really every aspect and avenue of life...including business! Build up your entrepreneurial tool belt by learning the Who, What, How & Why of your business.
In this interactive entrepreneurial class, you'll be introduced to four different principles and an application workbook to capture the ideas and concepts for your business. Ideas and concepts that you can apply tomorrow!
- The Sigmoid Curve - All businesses experience the same lifecycle, from learning to growth and ultimately decline. Understanding these different phases and identifying where you are at a business can help you avoid common pitfalls and mistakes and consistently steer your business into more and more growth.
- The Four Stages of Learning - There is more to learning than just "knowing" and "not knowing." In fact, there are four different stages. By knowing the Four Stages of Learning, you will become proactive in your pursuit for knowledge.
- The 3 Eyes of the Entrepreneur - A business owner can very quickly find him or herself overwhelmed in all the tasks they have to do on a daily basis. This tool help you find how & where your time is best spent and encourages you to find different avenues for all other tasks.
- Victor/Victim - Using the Victor/ Victim behavioral model, a business owner creates a determined set of language as well as a visual model of successful behavior for your employees to reference and use.
"John's creative ideas and superb direction have helped my firm grow at a tremendous rate. His vast knowledge of business procedures and personal communication have opened my eyes to a world that, quite frankly, I didn't know existed. My company has increased its customer base by 30% in the first four months."
-John Thompson. President, Creative Network Services.