What can we do to help grow your business is a question often asked by the moderator in the Bootstrappers Breakfasts.
How the Bootstrappers Breakfast Helps You Grow Your Business
What can we do to help grow your business? That’s a question often asked by the moderator in the Bootstrappers Breakfasts.
Something happens when you spend an hour and a half with others who are serious about growing their business, when a struggle or challenge is shared with the group. A serious conversation happens that expands your thinking. It’s the blend of experience and unique perspectives, what’s worked, what hasn’t. Everyone around the table learns something that can be applied to their business.
A sense of connection happens as well. I’m not the only one who’s bumped into this? The entrepreneurial journey can be a little lonely when there’s no one to bounce ideas off of, to voice struggles with, to get frank, honest feedback.
I’ve been involved with the Bootstrappers Breakfasts for over a decade and the comments I’ve heard the most are people walk away with ideas and helpful resources. For others, the Bootstrappers Breakfasts provide encouragement, inspiration and motivation to help them implement their next step.
If you’re spinning your wheels, you might want to check us out, the Bootstrappers Breakfast where entrepreneurs eat problems for breakfast.
About Angie McCormick
Equal parts admin geek, post-it note freak and behind-the scenes go-getter, Angie gets stuff done by taking the admin and marketing activities off the plates of busy entrepreneurs so they can keep things moving forward.
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