Jan 07, 2012
09:00AM - 03:00PM
GrowthCLUB - Santa Rosa
Santa Rosa GrowthCLUB - 90-Day Action Planning Workshop
1220 N. Dutton Ave. Santa Rosa
Event Description

We all know that every business SHOULD have a 90-day plan but somehow there never is the time to create or update your plan. Only 3% of the businesses in the US have written business plans - and yet those 3% control over 90% of the wealth in the US!

GrowthCLUB is your chance to step out of the business and get focused. We'll work with you to map out a winning game plan for the next 90 days. Plus with proven strategies and expert training, you and your team will get back to your business with clear direction and new tools to achieve your goals faster.

Learn the proven strategies business owners have used in the last 90 days to increase profits, build winning teams and work fewer hours. Listen hard. Take notes. Then adapt & adopt to get them working for you.

GrowthCLUB creates Massive Results. You'll leave with:
* A one page plan of specific strategies for the next 90 days to implement and Measure & Test
* Energy, vision and focus for the next 90 days in your business.
* Take home new strategies and ideas to create more profits in your business
* A ready-to-implement 90-day plan based on where you are today
* Powerful confidence, leadership and decision making skills to take you and your business from where you  are to where you want to be. 

Clients FREE; non-clients $199; BNI Members $99.  LIMITED SEATING, MUST PRE-REGISTER

Register Here

Fee: $0.00

Contact Information
Name: Kathie Ittel     Email:
Phone: 707-937-3165



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