Thrive Instead of Survive!
Wed, Oct 19, 2016 | 9:30 – 11am
4 Must-Haves to Attract More Clients, Make More Money & Create Lasting Impact
Building a successful, thriving business isn’t easy. New entrepreneurs and business owners often struggle knowing what to do first and how to get money flowing. Yet with right ingredients, many have found the freedom, flexibility, money and fulfillment that they want and deserve. Learn the essential elements you need for your business to thrive and actionable steps you can take today to get you there.
- The four essential ingredients you need to be successful in business, how many you have now and how many you need to get
- How to attract the right kind of clients.
- The proven six-figure success system and how to customize it based on your talents so you can make money fast.
- Who are the right people to support your vision and success.
Thrive Workplace – Ballpark
1415 Park Ave. West, Denver, CO 80205
Easily accessed from I-25 or I-70. One block from Coors Field. Free 2-hour parking in front of Guirys or Blake Street Tavern, as available. Ample metered parking all around. We are meeting in the basement training room, down the stairs to your right as you enter.
Jennifer Olson President of DVLP Solutions (pronounced Develop Solutions). Through DVLP Solutions, Jennifer works with conscious companies, business professionals and entrepreneurs who are looking to do things differently to create extraordinary results. With over 25 years of experience in leadership and business development, she loves providing customized programs that specifically address the areas of greatest need for her clients. As a certified coach, an Energy Leadership Master Practitioner, a certified instructor in the Art of Feminine Presence and a Core Dynamic Specialist in Training, she has a unique blend of credentials that enable her and her team to weave proven business strategies with nontraditional physical, energetic and values-based leadership practices that help business owners and leaders thrive exceeding their own expectations, goals and profits.