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Win in Business by Eliminating The Silent Killers of Business Success
Identify, minimize or eliminate the ‘silent killers’ to achieve greater business success
Success in business requires many things to fall into place whereas failure requires just one thing to go wrong. Many people do not see the things, known or unknown to them, that impede their success or cause them to fail. Most of these ‘silent killers of success’ can be minimized or eliminated if only people identified, acknowledged and worked to minimize or eliminate them.
With more than 70% of all businesses failing or going out of business, eliminating the obstacles to success for each member can make individuals and businesses more successful, increasing revenues, profitability, sustainable jobs and standards of living.
The simplest way to increase the likelihood of success in business is by minimizing the likelihood of failure – by eliminating the ‘silent killers of success’.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:
- Review the ‘silent killers of business success’
- Review and discuss ways to eliminate each of the ‘silent killers of business success’
- Review and discuss ways to succeed in each of the factors for business success.
Who you currently are and possess could inhibit your business success (or cause failure) long before the lack of external resources becomes an impediment to success.
WHO IS THIS FOR?
- You are a business owner who wants to make better decisions faster.
- You are an executive or member in an ongoing business – small, medium or large.
- You are an entrepreneur who wants the X-factor of successful entrepreneurs have – make better decisions faster.
- You are an MBA or business person seeking greater business success.
- You are a techie or scientist faced with choosing between tradeoffs or seeing to make better decisions faster.
- You are a solopreneur/freelancer
Two full days at your location or ours.
UPCOMING PUBLIC WORKSHOP: New York City, September 13, 2018
1-Full day Workshop – $1295
Breakfast, Lunch, Snacks and Coffee included
CLICK BUTTON BELOW TO REGISTER (you will be taken to a new page)
Ram is the President of the Business Thinking Institute in Princeton focused on helping individuals more successful in business. He has worked and consulted at large companies including Boeing, Lucent, Pfizer, DuPont and Cargill. He is a former venture capitalist from Silicon Valley and 4-time entrepreneur who has failed and succeeded in business. He is the former President of the worldwide MIT South Asian Alumni Association and the MIT Club of Princeton. He has traveled to about 35 countries and 48 American states.
“I really enjoyed your motivational and data-driven talk. It was refreshing and an honest reset for everyone.“
– Senior Executive, Boston Incubator
It was a very energizing perspective that helped me get my head back in the game.
– MIT Graduate & Attorney
AFTER THE WORKSHOP…
We will schedule a 90-minute call with Ram and fellow attendees. You will also get regular emails to encourage and accelerate your journey to rid yourself of the ‘silent killers of business success’.
SOME QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE:
What is the investment for this retreat?
The price of conducting it at your location will depend on many factors such as number of participants, location, additional services required.
What is included in the price?
- All retreat materials – a customized binder of materials for you.
- Meals and refreshments during the workshop
Where do I stay during the workshop?
If you are local, you know. If not, we will provide you with a list of nearby hotels so you can choose a place that suits your budget.
I have special dietary needs. Can you accomodate them?
Sure, please let us know and we will try our best to accomodate your needs.
I have more questions about the workshop.
Please send us a message from our CONTACT page or call us at +1 609 275 6300.
STILL PONDERING? WATCH THE VIDEO BELOW OF DR. MARSHALL GOLDSMITH & RAM IYER DISCUSSING THE SILENT KILLERS.
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