How to be Resourceful and Why it Matters

FollowFollowFollow Lisa@NEVCC.org Lisa Ducharme, Executive Director, New England Veterans Chamber of Commerce Always have a business buddy, that is someone you can bounce your ideas off. It’s always best if you have someone who will be honest with you, and you trust....

How to Keep Yourself and Your Business Together in Challenging Times

Jim Wong, President, CA Veterans Chamber of Commerce, COO Veterans Business Project Dr. Shauna Springer, Author & Chief Psychological Officer for Stella Center This is the 13th Recession since WWII, so we have come through this multiple times and have come through...

Tips and Strategies for Finding & Developing a Strong Team

Jim Ball, Founder Jim Ball Coaching What do you do better than 10,000 other people? We have a unique lens to which we view the world. What are the natural patterns of thought, feelings and behavior? How to keep the activity going: We want to create economic energy,...

The Restructuring Process During a Downturn

Leland Goldberg, CEO/Founder, Veteran Entrepreneurial Training & Resource Network (VETRN) Inaction is the riskiest response to the uncertainties of an economic or financial crisis. No decision is a decision. You need to figure out the best way to survive and maximize...

Reshaping Your Financial Narrative

Fred Parrish, CEO/Founder The Profit Experts and Co-Author, The E-Myth Chief Financial Officer A three-step management process to help you reshape your finances. Every decision you make, regardless of how small, is a financial decision. Extra Bonuses: 90 Day free...

Systems of Success in Business

Anita Eliason, Sr. Business Advisor, MA Small Business Development Center Think about the hat analogy Going to a 5-star restaurant with a ball cap on or think about going to a baseball game with a Top Hat you would wear to an extremely formal wedding. You have to have...