Why do some people with talent achieve mediocre results while other less talented people are remarkable achievers? People that achieve their potential use their heads and they measure success by the difference they make! Yikes…aren’t we brain washed into thinking that success is defined by the money we make. This is true for some people,…
In this presentation called, “From Relationships to Community”, e4e partner Bill Prenatt shares how discovering a passion for building relationships and growing businesses helped Bill Prenatt create e4e, a like-minded community…and how you can use his process in growing your own expert community and unique support system.
A discussion on changes that are being made such as a new location, people who want to subscribe for 6 months and people that will have new roles.
In this presentation called “Do You Know Who You Are Working With?” e4e partner Ann Prenatt explains the importance of professional relationships and how they relate to success. She introduces three core principles of building positive relationships between coworkers and business partners.
Set good habits, set written goals, take responsibility for your actions, stay positive about what you’re doing.
Getting motivated is not enough. Behavior change is essential, including specific actionable changes in your business and human systems. Life and business are changing quickly and in ways that create gaps and challenges to overcome. In this presentation, sales and productivity expert Bill Prenatt describes how systems enable you to cultivate conditions needed to respond effectively to what’s most important to your business so you are proactive vs. reactive.
In this presentation called “Are You Living Your Best Story?,” e4e partners Bill Prenatt & Glenda Woolley discuss the personal and professional benefits of “intentional living”. The discussion is designed to help develop the motivated self-awareness and positive mindset necessary for living your best life.
In his presentation, e4e partner Bill Prenatt gives the audience advice on how to stop “keeping up” and instead to get out ahead.
Most sales books are obsolete. Sales expert Bill Prenatt says, Rather than manipulate and game-play, be authentic, take interest in your prospects and seek meaningful ways to provide them value.
Most of us think we are good communicators just because we do so much of it. Often we are failing miserably at it and need to understand important decisions and actions are needed to succeed.