Dear Fellow Entrepreneurs,
Happy New Year !
Ready to meet and network at the Marriott downtown on Wednesday ? Our in person meetings are back in the swing of things and your missed…..
Our next meeting is scheduled for Wednesday January 11th,…….consider putting this on your calendar, at 6:30pm. and…. please RSVP at the meetup site.
People need to know that you’re attending. How about thinking about bringing a friend or colleague?
Meet us in the lounge (Facing del Alma) and enjoy some food or drink and get ready for some great conversations.
For this month’s updates we have;
- 6 Steps to business decisions
- Better leadership course, Acumen
- Need more content in your email ?
- Who needs free legal forms ?
- Take a certificate course, for free ?
- Need E-Mail templates ?
- Featured Member: Shervin Majd, PhD
- Need a color combinations tool ?
A goodrap from Entrepreneur LEAP
Discipline #6: Work Hard, Really Hard It makes me crazy when I hear “gurus” teach their easy way to build a business. Every entrepreneur I’ve ever talked to has told me their journey was the opposite of easy.
I’ve been inside hundreds of businesses and have yet to see one that takes no effort. I love it when one of my clients talks about another company, which also happens to be one of my clients, and says, “That business is so easy. I wish I had that one.” I think, “Oh, if you only knew.”
From Mike Grabham
|Making practical business decisions can often be quite a challenge, especially if all your options have their own merits. You can’t choose all of them—but no worries! Just follow these 6 steps:|
|STEP 1: Know your desired outcome, resources, & constraints.|
|STEP 2: Brainstorm options to reach your outcome.|
|STEP 3: Predict which outcomes are more or less possible.|
|STEP 4: Find the risks and opportunities.|
|STEP 5: Make the decision.|
|STEP 6: Confirm you have a culture fit.|
|To learn more about these 6 steps, you can download the full decision-making guide I made here: https://www.michaelgrabham.com/decisions-decisions-decisions-guide/|
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