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Finding Your Summit: Achieve a Never Quit Mentality and Grab Your Goals
Jul
24
6:30 PM18:30

Finding Your Summit: Achieve a Never Quit Mentality and Grab Your Goals

Former NFL player Mark Pattison is an entrepreneur, mountaineer, philanthropist, podcaster, author and dad. He is currently on a quest to be the first NFL player to climb the Seven Summits (the highest peaks on each of the world's seven continents) and along the way has gained a lot of insights into overcoming setbacks and staying focused on goals.

In this high-energy, inspiring discussion, Mark will share those insights to help you unlock your potential and identify your key driving motivators so that you don't quit on your goal when times get tough. He'll help you recognize your "why," understand the necessary sacrifices you need to make and get you on a plan of daily discipline to keep yourself accountable until you reach your summit.

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Grow Your Revenue by Finding Your Genius: Spend Less Time Doing Busy Work and More Time Doing What You Love
Jul
16
3:00 PM15:00

Grow Your Revenue by Finding Your Genius: Spend Less Time Doing Busy Work and More Time Doing What You Love

We all have unique gifts and true genius, but how many of us actually honor them and spend serious time utilizing them day to day? Most of us entrepreneurs wear many hats. But what if I told you all that hat wearing was costing you a lot by way of revenue and morale? You'd probably pivot pretty quickly.

In this powerful, hands-on workshop, we’ll give you specific and actionable tools to experience change in your mindset -- and your business -- right away. 

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Build and Grow a Brand That Stands Out From the Crowd. Cheers!
Jul
15
1:00 PM13:00

Build and Grow a Brand That Stands Out From the Crowd. Cheers!

Mark Warren and Tom Beaton combined their love for wine and passion for health and fitness by founding FitVine, a line of wines with less sugar, fewer sulfites and no flavor additives (but all of the alcohol!)

In this conversation, Mark and Tom will discuss their entrepreneurial journeys, sharing everything from the early days of introducing FitVine Wine at small tasting events to the first phone call they got from Whole Foods Market and more.

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Why We Buy: How Storytelling Drives the Purchase Process
Jul
11
2:00 PM14:00

Why We Buy: How Storytelling Drives the Purchase Process

Data can tell you who is buying your product or service, but it usually can’t tell you why they choose to do so. If you can’t understand why someone makes a purchase, it’s difficult to encourage others to take the same action.

Leveraging best practices from Design Thinking, you’ll learn how to understand why people choose to buy from your brand -- or a similar brand -- and how to tell stories that will engage other prospects to do the same. By highlighting the customer journey and desired outcome, you’ll be able to cut through the noise and make a genuine connection, while also positioning yourself as the go-to option for your target audience.

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Massively Scaling Up Your Business -- Without Massively Scaling Up Your Team
Jul
8
1:00 PM13:00

Massively Scaling Up Your Business -- Without Massively Scaling Up Your Team

If you want to scale your business, but are encountering blocks or it’s causing stress, don’t be so quick to hiring more team members and paying more in salaries. Anything that causes stress or a bottleneck in your business can be linked to an asset deficiency, and if you want more revenue, profit and scale, you need to develop an ecosystem of valuable digital assets.

But what is a “business asset”? 

A simple definition of a business asset is “anything that would still be valuable if you and your team disappeared.” Having a great website that would still be driving business tomorrow if you disappeared today is a business asset. A brand, a database or a system that is valuable to your business even when you’re not around is an asset. But if you need to be there to explain it or do something with it, then it’s not an asset.

Having assets makes making money a lot easier. Most struggling businesses focus on “sweating assets,” but reat businesses focus on developing assets first and then sweating them -- and there are 24 types of digital assets that you can start formalizing today to prepare your business for more funding... and more fun.

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