Internet Business Builders: Focus and Flourish

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When

Wednesday

  • 8 PM Central

Where

https://meet.google.com/ybh-ffuz-zgj

What

I. 2 minutes each (7:00-7:10)

  • Hellos
  • 1 minute – 90 seconds Wins of the week. Socially acceptable way to share testimonials. Testimony time. Couple minutes.
  • Be done by 7:10 pm

II. Hot Seat (7:10-7:45)

  • One or two people bring a succinctly described problem, challenge, or opportunity for group feedback, with little story. Then be quiet and listen to group feedback instead of defending or justifying.
  • If someone just wants to share but not get feedback it may be reflective of something big is happening they don’t want to talk about.
  • If it has too much story it may not be the right question to talk about.

III. Next Steps (7:45-7:55)

  1. Plan for next week.
  2. Current challenge.

IV. Close (7:55-8:00)

Gratitude. What you got out of today’s meeting and the past week of progress in this area.

How

  • friendly.
  • supportive.
  • give feedback with the “sandwich” method.
  • be 100% engaged, interested, curious, learning, sharing, and teaching.
  • Read OYFOL and watch for C.U.B. (Compelling and/or Confusing, Unbelievable, Boring).
  • Watch for effective and complete use of PASTOR framework.
  • Share results and updates during the week by email and get feedback from others about it.
  • Commit to miss no more than theee weeks in a row or you may be disinvited.
  • Record with Loom for archiving.

Upcoming Hot Seats

  • March 27 Jane 10 minute review (Lean canvas). Janet Hot Seat. 
  • April 3 Janet 10 minute review. Dylan Hot Seat (Goals and Lean Canvas).
  • April 10 Dylan 10 minute review. Jane Hot Seat.
  • April 17 Jane 10 minute review. Janet Hot Seat.
  • April 24 No meeting
  • May 1 No meeting
  • May 8 Janet 10 minute review. Jane Hot seat.
  • May 15 Jane 10 minute review. Dylan hot seat.
  • May 22 Dylan 10 minute review. Janet hot seat.
  • May 29 Janet 10 minute review. Jane Hot seat.
  • June 5 Jane 10 minute review. Dylan hot seat.

Projects

Dylan

ChangeIsStillPossible.com

DylanCornelius.com

High Performance Business Services

Finally Thin Forever

Finally Together Forever

Love Your Job

Janet

The Geek Whisperer

Jane

Choose a product

Past Hot Seats

  • October 17 Bob 25 minute new subject.
  • October 24 Bob 10 minute review. Dylan 25 minute new subject.
  • October 31 Dylan 10 minute review. Janet 25 minute new subject.
  • November 7 Janet 10 minute review. Janet 25 minute new subject.
  • November 14 Janet 10 minute review. Jane 25 minute new subject.
  • November 21 Janet 10 minute review. Dylan 25 minute new subject. (No Jane).
  • November 28 No session.
  • December 5 Dylan whole session (review of Clear Direction Planning Guide).
  • December 12 Dylan 10 minute review. Jane 25 minute new subject. Google keyword planner and ClickBank demos.
  • December 19 Dylan 10 minute review. Janet 25 minute new subject.
  • December 26 Off
  • January 3 No meeting
  • January 10 Janet 10 minute review. Dylan 25 minute new subject.
  • January 17 Dylan 10 minute review. Janet 25 minute new subject.
  • January 24 Janet 10 minute review. Jane 25 minute new subject.
  • January 31 Janet 10 minute review. Dylan 25 minute new subject.
  • February 6 Dylan 10 minute review. Janet 25 minute new subject.
  • February 13 Janet 10 minute review. Jane 25 minute new subject.
  • February 20 Jane 10 minute review. Dylan 25 minute new subject.
  • February 27 ?
  • March 6 ?
  • March 13 Janet and Dylan. A review of Janet’s product options and web page.
  • March 20 Dylan and Jane discuss reasons why we need to start a business:
    • changes in the businesses who have historically employed us,
    • economics of role availability between Boomers (the big generation that came before), Gen X (the little generation), and Millennials (the big generation that is up-and-coming)
    • economics of employment vs. ownership,
    • no safety net, unless we build it ourselves
    • we are in this alone until we build a system, a team, and an ecosystem,
    • culture differences between us and those who employ us,
    • what are our lives for?

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