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And the Beginning! Change is the external event, situation, or relationship that morphs into something new/different/better/worse. After a 30-year successful run, the founder/business owner sells his or her business. That’s the change. Here’s how my client, Jim, described it to me this week: One day I’m in my office and the next day I am…

  Date: March 4, 2022 Start Time: 12 p.m. Eastern Standard Time End Time: 1 p.m. Eastern Standard Time Platform: Zoom Questions: Chat Click Here for Ticket: Kerry Johnson Your Mindset impacts everything you think, say and do. Your Mindset creates hope and hopelessness, success and failure. It is the software your brain uses to create attitude, experience, and achievement….

“So, tell me about yourself.” “What’s happening on the big project?” “How are our quarterly numbers?” If you want to sound confident, your response to any question should be clear and engaging. “Ummm, that’s a good question…” or “Well, that depends…” does not communicate confidence. At The Confident Communicator, we coach aspiring leaders to start…

Date: January 19, 2022 Time: 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. EST Platform: Zoom Questions: Chat Link for Free Ticket: Steve White (Even if you can’t make it sign up and you will get a link to listen later) Uncompromising explores seven pathways to help you identify and live your why—leading to an impactful life and a lasting legacy. Steve White’s path…

This has been a challenging year for business owners. I’ve seen it all, your own powerful pivots whilst guiding clients through revenue loss, and their market changes. Navigating your own business in the middle of a LOT of uncertainty, handling an entirely new lifestyle of work and home life.  Just wow! Can we just give…

Date: September 28, 2021 Time: 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. Eastern Daylight Savings Time Questions: Chat Free Ticket Click Here: Scott O’Neil  (Sign up even if you can’t make  and we will send you a link to listen later) Scott O’Neil, one of America’s most successful sports executives, shares seven principles to keep you present, grounded, and…

How to Emotionally Prepare Key Stakeholders for a Successful Transition People always have mixed feelings about change. When negative feelings are not surfaced and addressed in a systematic way, they often assert themselves exactly when they stand to do the most damage, at the closing. Thoughtful exit planners do well to find ways to address the needs and…

Program produced by XPX DC Metro In order to prepare for what is usually the single most critically important financial and emotional decision of a business owner’s life, the transition out of their company, you must start somewhere. How then, does an owner prepare for an event that is the measure of his or her…

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