What’s Your Entrepreneurial DNA?
Bend, OR – February 5, 2013 – Do you ever wonder why things can’t be just a little easier at work? Well, they can be if you do business according to your Entrepreneurial DNA instead of fighting yourself every step of the way. On February 20, 2013, the Network of Entrepreneurial Women (NEW) is bringing Freedom Personal Development speaker, instructor and coach Jana Owen to Bend to show you how to make your particular propensities work for you instead of against you.
At the meeting, which will also officially launch NEW’s annual membership drive, Owen will introduce the four basic entrepreneurial DNA (eDNA) profiles—Builder, Opportunist, Specialist, and Innovator. She’ll help you identify which category you fall into and explain how your individual profile dictates which business strategies are best for you. You can get a head start by taking the eDNA quiz at bosidna.com/test and identifying your individual eDNA profile.
Whether you are a business of one or one thousand, this is critical information affecting everything from how you make money (and how much money you make) to how you operate and market your company. Every day 121,000 businesses in this country fail because the people behind them didn’t understand their unique entrepreneurial makeup. Discovering your entrepreneurial DNA allows you to really understand your strengths and weaknesses, as well as how to optimize your business model. That information allows you to determine the success formula or best practices that are right for you.
Think about how much time and money you’ve wasted following generic advice that’s supposed to work for everyone. When the subsequent effort you expend doesn’t work for you, it’s not only frustrating, it’s downright disheartening and scary. But all that is about to change.
In the Discover your Entrepreneurial DNA program, you’ll learn:
- Your eDNA and how it impacts your business
- Who complements your eDNA and who to avoid working with
- What social media and marketing strategy will actually work for you
- The mistakes that put others with your eDNA out of business
- How to identify selling strategies based on others’ eDNA
- How to achieve true work-life balance
Jana Owen, a former speaker in the commercial lending industry, has helped train thousands of business professionals from all walks of life to grow their companies and enrich their personal lives. You owe it to yourself to check out this life-changing presentation.
For more information, please call Amanda Albrich at (541) 848-8598, check out our website atwww.networkwomen.org or come see us in person. NEW meets at 6 p.m. on the third Wednesday of the month at St. Charles (tickets are available on the website). You can attend up to two meetings without being a member. Of course, we’re pretty sure that you’ll want to join after a single visit. After all, where else are you going to find such a mix of business opportunities, networking, friendship and fun?