Win Big At Business Without Losing Your Mind

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San Diego Holistic Chamber of Commerce says
Join us for an inspiring talk by business coach and HCC member Mary Cravets. Recently a health crisis forced Mary to completely start over and revamp her business, and from the systems she created to weather the storm, she tripled her income while cutting her work hours. She will share some of her success tips with us.

Owning your own business gives you freedom, flexibility, and the opportunity to make incredible income – IF you can focus and get things done. But most business owners end up with a business than runs them ragged, instead of creating a profitable business that frees them to do all the things they want to do. In this talk, Mary helps cut through the chaos and shares her unique success formula – simple and immediately usable tips for growing, managing, and loving the business you started! Participants will learn:
• How to catapult yourself out of overwhelm in 3 easy steps
• The ONE thing you must do to guarantee success in your business
• The formula to double your income and cut your time in half (yes, really!)
• The myth that keeps you stuck – and how to bust it!
• How to get your to-do list under control once and for all.

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Build your business and community of professional contacts one lunch at a time with our heart centered, success on all levels oriented San Diego Holistic Chamber of Commerce.

The restaurant opens at 11:00 so you may come early. Though the program goes until 12:30ish, you are welcome to stay until 1:00ish to network with other high integrity professionals, feast on fabulous food and invest in your business success. We have a private room and there is good variety on the menu as well as a lunch buffet.

Though our events are primarily for HCC members, we welcome guests. For this meeting, first time guests and members are free. Please bring a $20 bill and an envelope in addition to lunch money and business cards to the meeting.
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