Business expert to hold workshop
July 10, 2014
The Greater Grass Valley Chamber of Commerce and The Nevada County Contractor's Association have joined forces to offer a popular business and professional development workshop titled "Succeed with Purpose." This workshop will be facilitated by master strategic business coach and best selling author Machen MacDonald.
The two organizations have created a yearlong workshop series titled "Striking Gold in Your Business." This month's workshop will be held at The Nevada County Contractor's Association conference center from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on July 16 and will show attendees how to get clear, focused, and motivated to strategically grow their business while achieving and maintaining balance in their life.
The two-hour workshop, which includes lunch, costs $15 for GGVCC and NCCA members, and $25 for nonmembers.
"The Striking Gold in Your Business workshop series has been a huge hit within our community," CEO of The Greater Grass Valley Chamber Keith Davies said.
"Since January we have had upwards of 30 business owners and professionals attend each of the monthly workshops, and they keep coming back. That's got to tell you something of the quality right there, and we think this could be the best one yet."
The workshop entitled Succeed with Purpose is designed to help participants learn how to better manage their priorities, energy, efforts and enthusiasm to get more done in less time. As a certified business coach for the last ten years and owner of five successful businesses, MacDonald brings plenty of real life experience to a dynamic, humorous and fast paced presentation.
"This workshop is designed to bring forth your best strategic thinking," MacDonald said.
"So you can predictably get the results you want and deserve."
To reserve your seat for this event, call The Greater Grass Valley Chamber of Commerce at(530) 273-4667 or email Yolanda@grassvalleychamber.com
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