You have the ability to build the business of your dreams—the business you truly want… if that ability is developed and nurtured.
If you are like most entrepreneurs, however, you have formed habits and beliefs that prevent you from achieving important goals. As we uncover and address previously unconscious thinking and behavior, new possibilities arise, doors open, and success follows!
Does your thinking limit your success? Come find out!
You will be encouraged to participate in this workshop-style presentation. You will discover exactly how your perceptions could be preventing you from not only seeing opportunities, but also from taking actions that would lead directly to the results you ideally want. Although limited thinking is universal, it is your own, unique thinking that could be holding you back. Come prepared to examine and challenge yesterday’s thinking!
This is a dynamic, thought provoking, relevant presentation designed to be immediately applicable to both your business and your life.
Full Buffet dinner will be served.
EARLY BIRD registration through Sunday, February 16
$50 members and guests of NAWBO-SV Members / $70 general registration
AFTER February 16
$60 members and guests of NAWBO-SV Members / $85 general registration
Betty Jo Waxman is a Senior Trainer with Productive Learning & Leisure LLC, a unique Personal Growth company that has been helping clients create and live the life they truly want for the past 21 years.
After receiving a bachelor’s degree in Economics from UCLA and a master’s degree in Art History from Vanderbilt University, Betty Jo discovered her love of Personal Growth and turned that into a career path she has followed for over 30 years. She is a firm believer that all paths lead nowhere new without the mindset to propel us toward our dreams, and without the awareness to keep us from doing what we’ve always done.
Betty Jo co-authored “Scrappy Women in Business” along with 12 collaborators from Silicon Valley and around the world. She has presented to the Women’s Luncheon Series of the San Jose Capitol Club, the San Jose chapter of the International Association of Administrative Professionals (IAAP), Project Management Institute of Silicon Valley (PMI) and the San Jose chapter of the American Society of Women Accountants (ASWA).
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