Reverse Panel - Motivate, inspire, inform, empower

Feel like giving up or giving in? Don't! Identify your strategy, remove obstacles and identify resources to move your business forward
OVERVIEW

Feel like giving up or giving in? Don't! Identify your strategy, remove obstacles and identify resources to move your business forward

Feel like giving up or giving in? Don't! Identify your strategy, remove obstacles and identify resources to move your business forward.  These are stressful times.  Possibly more stressful than many of us have ever experienced.  Regardless of the circumstances, however, small business owners area always under stress.  We are always juggling too many things with too little time and too little resources.  To complicate matters, our stress and emotions can become a major obstacle, preventing us from taking any action, or identifying the right action to take.

This reverse panel discussion will introduce a 3-step process to help you take control of what you can, make logical informed decisions on what you need to do and identify resources to help you get there.

  1. Give up or give more and get busy
  2. Moving your business forward by identifying what to do first and analyzing the results
  3. Resources to help you, where they are, how to choose

Meet your reserve panel facilitators: Sheryle Gillihan, CEO and owner of CauseLabs, Cheryl Jones, Economic Development Specialist  with the Fort Worth Business Assistance Center and Cheryle Hays, Director of Rising Tide Initiative and Founder and Chief Strategist of InPower Strategists. 

What is a reverse-panel?   Attend and find out, just know that your active participation is critical to the success of this discussion.  This is not your typical virtual event or even in-person panel discussion.  This is not just a talk followed by a Q&A session.  Instead, it is a chance for us to see synergy in action.  By sharing insights and drawing out the insights of our audience, we can help each other find hope, optimism, and a clear path forward to success, even in the midst of the pandemic.   As Charles Dickens said “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of light, it was the season of darkness, it was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair.