Develop Your Small Business Skills
Small business owners have unique opportunities as well as unique challenges. We are free to ride on our skill, ability and decision-making, but we also are saddled with operations and administration (i.e., the non-revenue-generating tasks that someone else used to do for us). Many small business owners are unfamiliar with these aspects of running a business. We believe we have to do it all ourselves and that we can’t afford to hire anyone at the beginning.
When we arrive at a point where we are willing (or required) to seek help, it can be confusing with jargon, emotionally challenging and we can get into informational overload.
I am part of a new, free resource for Triangle, North Carolina small business owners, called Small Business Advocates.
Our primary goal is to help you get in the right mindset so you can competently approach the most common, yet consequential, business decisions. Our secondary goal is to educate you on the terminology and concepts that small business owners typically need when working with professionals in industries that often play a behind-the-scenes role in business success. We want you to get your administrative and operational ducks in a row.
Please join us for a meet-and-greet on Monday, September 10, 2018, 9:30 AM – 11:00 AM at The Frontier!
Professional Liability/Business Formations/Contracting
Facilitated by Donna Berkelhammer, J.D.
Business Attorney, Legal Direction
Cash Flow/Income Strategies and Considerations/ Self-Employment Retirement Options
Facilitated by Michael Davies, PhD
Financial Advisor, Carolina Wealth Partners
Personal and Emotional Development/Identifying and Overcoming Performance Barriers
Facilitated by Traci Philips
Leadership and Performance Strategist, The Innate Coach
Strategic Positioning of Yourself and Your Business in Writing: Bios, Websites, LinkedIn
Facilitated by Heidi Giusto PhD, Career Path Writing Solutions