Saturday, June 16, 2012 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM (EDT)
New York, United States
Are you currently doing way too much? Are you a business owner, singer, actor, writer, producer, activist, dancer,entrepreneur or all of these things at the same time?Everyone will tell you that when you are feeling dizzy that you need to find a spot to look at it and keep looking at it until the dizziness goes away.It's referred to as Finding Center.The same principal applies to your career. If you are focusing on 4 things you are only giving 25% to any one thingWhich means you probably are not moving forward in any of them!In Finding Center you will take the time to de-clutter your life and CHOOSE where 75-85% of your focus will go. We'll cover:
- A system to break down your day and separate the things that need to be done NOW from the things that can be done later
- The three roles in any business and where you fit best
- A system for tapping into your existing network to get you unstuck
- A system for making money from your existing skill set.If you are constantly spinning, you cannot move forward. It's time to stop and FIND CENTERDue to the intimate nature of the class, seating is limited to 10 participants only.The class will run for two hours and include support materialsThe first class is Saturday June 16th from 10am-12pm and seating is on a first come, first served basis.I look forward to helping you Find Center.Excelsior!Michael RoderickSmall Pond Enterprises- If you want to be a big fish, come to the Small Pond.
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Michael Roderick is the CEO of Small Pond Enterprises, LLC.
Small Pond Enterprises seeks to support connectors, innovators, and entrepreneurs with a range of personalized educational services provided by expert consultants who develop an individualized process for creating quality work that is supported by a customized, viable business model. Additionally, by connecting entrepreneurs with resources, people, and advisers, we bring disparate communities together and help them to establish mutually beneficial relationships.
At Small Pond we believe that everyone has the capacity to be an entrepreneur and we hope to foster a community of connected change-makers who are confident and self-sufficient and who have built sustainable, well-supported businesses that leave a legacy and successfully operate in both the artistic and entrepreneurial worlds.