Build the net before you leap
Wednesday, April 17, 2013 from 1:30 PM to 4:30 PM (EDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Many people will tell you to leap and the net will appear. It's usually a better idea to build the net before you leap.
If you have decided to go off on your own and start your own business in the health and wellness space, there are a lot of challenges. In this workshop, led by Broadway producer and Enterpreneur Michael Roderick and Licensed Massage Therapist and Entrepreneur Anthony Zillmer, you'll learn about strategies and techniques for:
Creating a compelling mission statetment and targeting those who align with that mission
Building a strong permission base for your services and leveraging that network
Developing pricing that works for you and your customers
Preparing yourself for challenges that face anyone starting off on their own.
The day will begin at 1:30pm with open networking and light refreshments until 2pm and we will work from 2pm-4pm. The class will consist of individual as well as group activities. At 4pm we will end the day with Q and A and further networking.
Class size is strictly limited, so be sure to grab your tickets now, before they run out.
Look forward to helping you build the net, so you can leap into the business you want to start!
For more information on Anthony Zillmer Check out: http://www.a2zmt.com/
For more information on Michael Roderick check out: http://www.oneproducerinthecity.typepad.com/
When & Where
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.