Free Business Topics in Washington D.C.

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  • Create Media To Market Your Startup Business

    Anita Washington, M.Ed. & M.B.A.,, CEO, That Anita Live, LLC

    Learn the top three scalable techniques for creating your own media to attract the attention of your target market to your startup business. After this workshop, you will be able to create and monetize content showcasing your expertise. Your toughest challenges and greatest knowledge can become the biggest lessons you can teach the masses, while you earn multiple streams of income. MORE >

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  • Networking, Like Life, is a Process Not An Event

    Dan Williams, Networking, Like Life is a Process not an Event

    Mixing stories with light humor, Dan shares how to build a networking community through systematically managing network contacts from the point of simple awareness through a series of measurable milestones. Dan's networking system is adaptable to virtually any set of circumstances. MORE >

    His presentation can be customized for audience members who interactively learn how to build their networking community and how to develop their elevator pitch along with learning the secret to remembering names.

    Plus, Dan shares his life experience with the ONE networking principle that has NEVER failed.

    Dan speaks to corporate, professional, university and association audiences about the power of networking and how it transformed his life. He energetically shares life lessons on the art and science of networking. Those who attend Dan's interactive speeches and workshops find his advice practical, entertaining and motivational.

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  • Breaking Through Generational Differences

    Bob Graham, Author, Speaker, Trainer, Coach, Breakthrough Solutions

    The most diverse workforce in history is working in offices in the U.S. People in their 60s, 70s and even the 80s might work alongside people in their teens and 20s. The experiences of each age group (Baby Boomers, Generation X, Millennials and Generation Z) differ greatly. Yet they have to work together for business to succeed. Bob Graham explains how his breakthrough skills can empower people of any age to work more effectively with people who are different. MORE >

    Takeaways:
    + Key components of each generation and what they mean
    + Important similarities among the age groups that can forge a new understanding
    + How to embrace differences to find better solutions to complex problems
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  • Unleashing the Power of Breakthrough Skills

    Bob Graham, Author, Speaker, Trainer, Coach, Breakthrough Solutions

    Technology cannot do it all in business. Successful entrepreneurs, leaders and managers need more. Bob Graham has developed three breakthrough skills, which when unleashed empower people and organizations to become more productive, collaborative and innovative. Using a combination of humor and insight, Graham has participants not just learning about breakthrough skills, but putting them to work – during the session. Participants leave inspired and prepared to act on what they learn. MORE >

    Takeaways:
    • How successful people blend technical skills with breakthrough skills to achieve that success
    • The importance of attunement, experience management and storytelling to solve complex problems
    • Strategies for using breakthrough skills in their own lives
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  • Ambitious stress management for ambitious people

    Alyssa Adams, PsyD, BCC, ACC, Psychologist and Board Certified Coach

    During the event, we’ll work to develop a sustainable stress management strategy while still going full force after your goals. MORE >

    Four outcomes:
    · Identify stressors you can control vs. ones you cannot
    · Create a non-negotiable stress-management routine
    · How to apply evidence based tools to improve mood and build resilience
    · How to use mindfulness as a tool to create peace in chaos
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  • The Power of Telling Your Story

    Robin Hamilton, Principal, ARound Robin Production Company

    Everyone has a story to tell – even if you don’t believe you do. Sometimes, the stories we think we need to tell aren’t the ones that need to be shared the most. As a filmmaker and journalist, I’ve had the privilege and power to share people’s stories. At the very least, an audience is entertained. Best case scenario, they are changed. MORE >

    Telling your story can help you build your brand, conquer a goal, or merely explain to others how you came to be who you are.

    My films tell the stories of people who made a difference in both small and large ways. Many of them didn’t think they were doing anything at all. However by just being, they were making a difference.

    For me, my story is that we all have a purpose – and mine is to help you share your story – because if someone else’s story connects with you in any way, that can be the missing puzzle piece that helps you see your problem, your goal, your solution, much clearer.

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  • Your Progress is Holding You Back

    Cheryl Abram, Learning Doula, Ypifany

    In this high energy session, Cheryl helps decision-makers see and understand why change is necessary, difficult and rewarding. As the accountable party, decision-makers need to evolve while embracing real change. The session includes practical guidance for how to cultivate the power of personal accountability at home and at work.

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  • Set boundaries and communicate assertively without feeling like a jerk

    Alyssa Adams, PsyD, BCC, ACC, Psychologist and Board Certified Coach

    During the event, we'll focus on the importance of setting boundaries to preserve time and energy, how to communicate clearly and confidently, and how to shift out of "apologizing" mode when setting limits. MORE >

    Three outcomes:
    -How to set boundaries and how to enforce them
    -How to tolerate someone else's discomfort when setting a boundary
    -Three steps to communicating clearly, confidently, and assertively
    -How to get comfortable asking for what you need
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  • Folders and Files and Email, Oh My! How to Keep Your Business Organized

    Alexandra Suchman, Founder, AIS Collaborations, AIS Collaborations

    How often to you find yourself searching for an important document on your computer, but you can’t remember where you saved it: Was it an email attachment? Did someone send it to as a Google Doc? Did you save it to your hard drive? This search - which should take no more than 30 seconds - has eaten up more than 15 minutes of your precious time, and in the process, you’ve come across 5 other distractions. Sound familiar? MORE >

    Whether you need help tidying up your email inbox, are looking to create clear guidelines for your team’s shared folders, or would like to add some order to the files on your own personal hard drive, this Business Booster will get you started on organizing your information.

    This presentation will help you develop a customized system for:
    • Structuring your folders.
    • Labeling and saving your files.
    • Archiving and deleting old information.

    Take back your precious time and never go down the black hole of searching that one document ever again!

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  • Get The Clients You Want… Without Being Salesy

    Leah Neaderthal, Sales Coach for Women Entrepreneurs and Founder, Smart Gets Paid

    You started your own business, which is awesome... until you need to get new clients. How do you sign new clients without being salesy? Leah Neaderthal, sales coach for women business owners, shares exactly how. Join Leah to learn: How to stop saying yes to just any client... and start getting the clients you really want; How to use the sales process to build great client relationships; How to be authentically yourself... even when you're selling MORE >

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