The pack. Your tribe. Whatever you want to call it, there’s a reason why high-performing executives invest serious time and money in facilitated peer circles, ie, mastermind groups. If you’re going it alone, you can only learn from yourself…what would your business look like if you surrounded yourself with 7-10 kick-ass peers for 12 months?

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Funny. Educational. Inspirational. You’ve put a lot of effort in making sure your event hits the mark–are your attendees looking at their phones and checking out, or taking out their phones and taking pictures? When it’s got to be dialed-in, retain Jay to deliver new perspectives and actionable take-aways to your team.

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Unless you’re the lead dog, the view never changes.

I’m still an entrepreneur at heart, and for this reason, entrepreneurs are some of my favorite business clients. I was bit by the entrepreneurial bug when I started my own landscaping business at age 12. In 2011, I opened a restaurant on my own from start to finish. I know the fear and adrenaline of jumping off that cliff when you finally commit to launch your venture, I know the mind-bending exhaustion of 100+ hour weeks, I know the desperation of having your back against the wall, and I know the pain of shutting your venture down. Even though your predominant thought maybe “I don’t have time for coaching,” I implore you to take a step back and reconsider that perspective for the long-term health of your business.

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