PRLog - Jan. 4, 2014 - ASHLAND, Ore. -- Why do some entrepreneurs struggle where others succeed?Loren Fogelman, author of The Winning Point (http://thewinningpointbook.com/)
Loren Fogelman - author of The Winning Point
“How to Develop the Business Success Mindset,” event on January 7 teaches business owners how their beliefs impact business growth. Local entrepreneurs are perfectly poised for business success when they are focused, confident and seize opportunities. This event is specifically designed for the small, or solo, business owner seeking business growth. Business Networking International is an exclusive community of professionals thriving in the business community.
Loren Fogelman will explore the relationship between mindset and success. With the right mindset, success is possible. Learn how hidden beliefs influence behavior. Poor focus, ineffective time management strategies and a weak marketing plan are three specific ways entrepreneurs slow business growth. Become inspired, learn about the mindset for success and implement the strategic steps that lead to success.
Fogelman says that business owners spend too much time working in their business, as the technician, and not enough time working on their business. The insights offered in “How to Develop the Business Success Mindset” will enable entrepreneurs, business owners and executives to work smarter, not harder, to achieve their goals. The event will be held on Tuesday, January 7, 2014, 7:00-8:30am in the ballroom of the Rogue Valley Country Club in Medford.
Loren Fogelman has been helping professionals achieve success since 1997. She is a results-oriented success expert who works with high achieving individuals. Ms. Fogelman is author of The Winning Point – How to Master the Mindset of Champions. For more information about success strategies for entrepreneurs, or to schedule an interview with Loren Fogelman and Mindset for Marketing Success, visit http://mindsetformarketingsuccess.com or call 541-732-4991.
“Working with Loren has been transformational!
Gwendolyn Overland, Founder of Expressive Voice Therapy.