What Would An Entrepreneur Do?
Moving Forward During Crazy Times
Remember the good old days when you had a boss? Whiney co-workers? Skimpy vacations? Aren’t you glad those times are over?
No matter why you started your own business, you probably brought something along you intended to leave behind, something hindering your progress.
That unconscious baggage is Employee Thinking.
Most of us don’t even know we’ve got it— which makes changing it mighty difficult. If you’re like most people, you’ve had years of conditioning to think like a good employee—and almost no education about how to think like an entrepreneur.
The things that make you Employee of the Month don’t translate at all in running your own business. As Paul Hawken warns, “Owning a business and working for one are as different as chalk and cheese.”
Learning to think like an entrepreneur doesn’t happen automatically just because we’ve started a business.
The good news is you can learn Entrepreneurial Thinking and put it to work building the business of your dreams. While it does require effort, it’s easier than learning a new language or Texas Hold ‘em.
Start discarding that unhelpful thinking at What Would an Entrepreneur Do?, a lively workshop headed up by Barbara Winter, author of Making a Living Without a Job, who happens to be a passionate self-employment advocate.
Barbara will show you how to connect, nurture and unleash the attitudes and thinking you need to make your business soar. You’ll learn:
- What makes entrepreneurs different
- How to recognize and eliminate Employee Thinking
- Six power tools that smart entrepreneurs use
- How to deal with an up and down cash flow
- Why small is the new big
Then we’ll put Entrepreneurial Wisdom to work…
In Part Two, you’ll roll up your sleeves and discover ways to:
- Expand our circle of influence
- Create tipping points
- See opportunities
- Generate more options
- Connect with entrepreneurial thinkers
Spend time at What Would an Entrepreneur Do? and you’ll leave with dozens of ideas and techniques for moving your business ahead while making a difference in the world.
June 9, 2-5 PM, June 10, 9-5 PM
$249 Early Bird $199 (expires May 25)