October 23, 2014 – Avoiding Mistakes w Susan Schreter & MEometry Architect Jason Goldberg

 

Susan Schreter – Entrepreneur Failure Expert and Author of Start On Purpose: Everything You Need to Know and Do to Startup With Strength

Susan Screter

Susan Schreter

Susan Schreter is a leader in the world of entrepreneurs and startup businesses, and the her new book gives a strp by step guide on how to start a business. Susan has done extensive research on why businesses fail, and how to avoid it. She brings more than 20 years of experience in finance and funding, including specific work with commercial lending, buyout fund investing, investment banking, and venture capital. She is a popular contributor to a Q&A column in the San Francisco Chronicle and regularly contributes to Yahoo! Small Business and Fox Business. Susan is also active as a board member and advisor to entrepreneurial companies and a National Association of Corporate Directors’ Fellow, and has also taught at the MBA level and facilitated various workshops for educators and organizations.

Susan Schreter

 

Jason Goldberg – Life Architect, Founder of MEometry and the author of “Mastering Your Entrepreneurial D.N.A.”

Jason Goldberg

Jason Goldberg

Jason Goldberg is a Life Architect and founder of MEometry, his focused approach to coaching and inspiration aimed at helping others find their interests, passions, and skills that can help to make their endeavors successful. He is also an award-winning entrepreneur (and even former rapper who opened for the Wu-Tang Clan) who strives to change the lives of others by using action-based coaching and mentoring techniques, and he has helped countless small businesses and even large ones such as NASA and Northrop Grumman to reach their potential. He won the Excellence in Technology Transfer Project of the Year Award, was a Most Influential Men / Men to Watch Nominee, and won the Orlando 2011 Business Innovation and Growth Award.

Jason GoldbergJason GoldbergJason Goldberg

 

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