Entrepreneurship is for many people the key to their dream careers - and their best path to acquiring wealth. While the experts agree that either people make money for you or money makes money for you, many entrepreneurs don't start with this perspective. And, they don't know what they don't know about their own strengths and desires, business options, revenue models, assembling resources to bridge their gaps, and so much more. Most start with a dream or an idea and jump right in. While doing what you love is an important element to success, the number of small business failures is staggering because that's just not enough.
In this webinar, Nina Pickell speaks to both the person considering starting a business and the experienced entrepreneur hoping to improve their chances of longterm success. You'll learn more about....
- types of entrepreneurial ventures, income streams, and business systems.
- how to identify your strengths and put them to work for you.
- how to bridge gaps with the right resources and team.
- how to set yourself up for success.
Tune in to learn how to decide if entrepreneurship is right for you!
With a BBA and MBA from The University of Texas at Austin, Nina Pickell is an entrepreneur, innovator, and executive advisor, known for her expertise as a strategist, marketer, and branding pro as well as thought leader in the world of talent management and development. Her passions include growing companies and helping people achieve success as they define it. An entrepreneur herself since graduate school when she launched a successful consulting business to fund her MBA, she now follows her passions and shares what she's learned from entrepreneurs like George Kozmetsky and Laura Kilcrease, two well-respected names in the university’s history. She's an accomplished writer; strategic consultant; advisory board member; owner of Internet franchises and music ventures; interim executive; educator; and a trainer as well as coach for executives, entrepreneurs, and music professionals. She recently began teaching her newest workshops for prospective and current entrepreneurs, including sessions for professional athletes across the country in 2013.
Nina is an expert in the art of reinvention, having held various functional leadership roles in global and early stage ventures and applying her expertise to many different industries. She has decades of leadership and operational experience in early stage and global companies. Nina left her last full-time role as senior director of Product Development at Monster.com in 2002 and set a course to add value in a broader way -- working with aspiring entrepreneurs through global organizations to help launch new products as well as improve business performance and profitability. To learn more, contact Nina directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.