Sucess Sucks - How to Make Owning Your Business Exciting AgainWed, Nov 9, 2011 | 9:30 – 11am
Most entrepreneurs start out with great emotion, excitement, passion and energy – they sound like Tony Robbins. But after several years, even though they may have some financial success, they spend most of their time doing things they hate to do, feel overworked, overwhelmed, frustrated and sound like the teacher in the movie Ferris Bueller (“Bueller, Bueller”). They have become business owners and have lost their entrepreneurial spirit. And to them Success Sucks! Join us November 9 as Nigel Clayton talks about what happened, how to move beyond the frustration, find the excitement you had when you first started your business, and have the life and business you really want!
- How and why you may be to a point where
- The different stages of an entrepreneurial business, which one you’re in, and why it’s important to know that.
- What the steps are to start moving forward and create the business and life you really want.
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Corporate Office Centers
4643 Ulster Street, 8th Floor, Denver, CO, 80237
Entrepreneur, C.P.A., and Professional Business Coach Nigel Clayton will take you through interactive exercises to show you how to be in control of the destiny of your business by learning the keys to unlocking the species… man (and woman)!
Nigel Clayton has been an entrepreneur for over 25 years. He is a C.P.A. (Certified Public Accountant) and has owned his own accounting firm for over 25 years.
Nigel is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) by the International Coach Federation (ICF) and has owned his own Business Coaching and Mentoring company for over 15 years.
Nigel has the unique ability to see where you are in your business and where you are as the business owner and help you connect the dots, discover how you and your business can work in harmony, and you can create the business and the life you really want.
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