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Entrepreneur Success Workshop – by Rob Shallenberger
April 12, 2017 – St. Louis, MO
There is a specific set of skills that successful entrepreneurs have. They take an idea and build it into a profitable reality, yet most entrepreneurs never learn these critical skills and continue to struggle towards their dreams. During this powerful workshop, Rob Shallenberger of Becoming Your Best Global Leadership will share the six keys you need to know to be a successful entrepreneur and live the life you’ve always dreamed.
Whether you have an idea or a mature business, during this bootcamp you’ll discover a very specific process and flow to take any idea from concept to thriving reality. You’ll learn how to save countless hours and dollars by following a prescribed blueprint to grow your business and accelerate profits!
Key Take Aways
- Create Winning Ideas: Take an idea from inception and grow it into a successful product or service.
- Turn Your Idea Into a Thriving Business: Develop a clear vision, plan, USP, and KPI’s to track and measure progress.
- Stay Ahead of Unknown Threats To Your Plan: Get Access to an e-book filled with tools that every entrepreneur should have.
- Learn From Other Like-Minded Entrepreneurs: Learn from other experience to prevent a lot of future headaches.
- Attract Loyal Customers: Identify 23 ways to create a loyal customer and a sustainable revenue stream.
- Avoid Costly Mistakes: Identify how to hire the right employees the first time and protect yourself from costly mistakes.
- Effectively Balance Your Hectic Schedule & Precious Time: Implement five techniques to prioritize your time, manage stress, and sleep well at night.
- Accomplish Your Biggest Goals and Dreams: Wake up every morning excited, refreshed, and filled with hope and happiness.
Rob is the CEO and Senior Consultant for Becoming Your Best Global Leadership LLC. Rob served as an officer and fighter pilot in the United States Air Force for over 11 years. He was selected as one of a handful of United States Air Force representatives to handle the movement of Air Force One. He handled the delicate coordination between local officials, the United States Secret Service, Embassies, White House Staff, and Foreign Governments.