Entrepreneurship is living a few years of your life like most people won’t, so you can spend the rest of your life like most people can’t.
We were in great company – and a terrific venue recently – for a genuinely new approach to serious business growth and future planning.
Commissioners of Irish Lights Headquarters on
Harbor Road, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin.
After months of planning and collaborating with our colleagues in the United Kingdom, and getting together at our Quarterly ‘Partner Days’, our new twist on how to help Entrepreneurs take the next step on their journey to an Amazing Business and a Spectacular Life was a great success.
Our Blood, Sweat & Tiers event featured Alan Bell (Franchise Manager of Asentiv Ireland), Vic Vaughan (UK Master Franchise Owner), Gerry O’Reilly (Partner / Corporate Finance, Crowe Accountants) and Darragh Maloney (RTE Sports Broadcaster).
We focussed on what’s important for all Entrepreneurs – how to build a business that grows and maintains real value, have an exit strategy, understand the little-known and cost-effective promotional opportunities in the media, and the latest installments in our very popular ‘Guinea Pig’ sessions – highlighting fascinating business projects that our business community can directly help each other with.
And no, it’s not a typo! – these sessions are all about swapping Tears for Tiers – hardship for a strategy that will implement the different levels you can go to with your business.
Our proposition –
Unsuccessful entrepreneurs do 95% of the work.
Successful entrepreneurs do 5% of the work.
Here are some photos from the day, watch this space for more information.