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Wednesday, February 26 • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
The Invisible Line: Cross It & Lose Your Business

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This session will help solo entrepreneurs and business owners at any level. It’s all about acknowledging that personal and professional boundaries are vital to our success. This informative and interactive session will help you learn to set appropriate boundaries for yourself and ensure that others are aware of your boundaries. Remember this—to ignore real boundaries may jeopardize your livelihood and threaten the destruction of your business. You’ve worked to hard to let this happen.

A boundary is like an invisible line around you. It is the line between what makes you comfortable or uncomfortable. It is also what is acceptable or not acceptable to you. I promise that you will learn where your personal boundaries stop and your professional boundaries begin. You will also gain the skills to either maintain your boundaries or re-establish stricter ones for the survival of your business.

Who should attend this session?

This session is ideal for the new entrepreneur or seasoned business owner with staff. Are you struggling with loyalty, trust, resentment or respect in your daily business operations? Perhaps, you’re faced with issues of insubordinate staff, poor productivity, nonchalant attitudes, poor tolerance or a lack of basic core values. Well, this session is designed just for you. All of us will benefit from discussing an essential element needed for creating a more productive business environment.

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Phyllis R. Thompson

Phyllis R. Thompson is recognized as an author, entrepreneur and speaker. She graduated from Our Lady of the Lake University in San Antonio, Texas with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology/Sociology. UTSA and University of Southern Mississippi is where she earned graduate credits... Read More →

Wednesday February 26, 2014 3:00pm - 4:00pm PST

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