Business Coach and His Maui Mastermind Team Teach Entrepreneurs How to Flourish without Sacrificing Their Personal Lives
Do you own your business, or does your business own you?
Business coaching company Maui Mastermind is providing small business help by awarding more than $200,000 worth of business session scholarships to attend its Marketing Bootcamp in Irvine from April 12-13, 2014 or Systems & Controls Workshop from June 28-30, 2014. Attendees will learn concrete strategies and insider tips to help the entrepreneurs grow their businesses and keep control of their personal lives.
Maui Mastermind founder and Wall Street Journal and Business Week bestselling author David Finkel, along with the Hugh O’Brian Youth organization, have created a strategic partnership to help leaders of small to large businesses maximize potential through the event. HOBY alumni are also gifted free access to Finkel’s “Build a Business, Not a Job!”
“Maui Mastermind believes in building a sustainable business, not just a job,” actor and HOBY founder Hugh O’Brian says. “They have helped more than 100,000 business owners.”
Maui Mastermind COO Patty DeDominic, former National Association of Women Business Owners president, partners with NAWBO for the scholarships and offers members a full year’s access to Maui’s Online Business Coaching Program.
So often business owners are crippled with fear that growth means forgoing personal time. But the surprising truth Maui Mastermind reveals is that the key to scaling a company, and eventually selling your business, is to reduce its reliance on the leader.
With its revolutionary “Level Three Road Map” business continuity plan focused on propelling a business from owner reliant to a rapid growth or exit stage, Maui coaches help business owners defeat the toughest and most common issues that hinder growth:
- Exhaustion from working long hours each day of the year
- Carrying all the heavy weight on their shoulders
- Not having a clear strategic plan for growth
- Having no personal freedom
- Struggling to focus on the most important task at hand in one moment
- Fearing growth because of time and resources
- Not feeling certain of each decision
Marissa Curnutte, 347-574-3136