I love evolution.
The idea – no, the fact – that everything is constantly changing and that’s the only thing we know for sure and can count on – is both terrifying and exhilarating. Terrifying if you’re fighting it, potentially exhilarating if you’re not.
If you are ready and willing and open to evolve, personally as well as professionally, you have no idea what your potential is. Neither do I.
As since we’re talking business here, I’m referring to the evolution of your business. (But keep in mind that this process of evolution knows no boundaries and fits into no compartments. It happens in every aspect of our lives so it’s important to be in the flow of it, otherwise we perish.)
I see carcasses everywhere. We can learn a lot from those who have not evolved.
But I digress…I was talking about how much I love evolution, or at least the idea of evolution. Because in practice, it can be tricky and it asks of us something that doesn’t always seem to come naturally: ongoing learning, and change resulting from that learning.
But we do not have to evolve alone. I am here to help and many others as well, including my good friends and colleagues, Emily Cohen and Sheri Koetting. That’s why I’m so enthusiastic about their intimate 2-day Evolve Symposium in Brooklyn, October 22-23, 2015.
Join other creative leaders and peers from around the country to engage in transparent and honest conversations on the hottest challenges and opportunities facing creative businesses today such as:
- Evolving your business in a constantly changing and turbulent business environment
- Managing a business and responding to a clients’ “I need it now” mentality
- Developing strategic partnerships and scaling your business
- Qualifying clients
- Strategies for Managing a Low Budget Assignment
This event will facilitate your professional evolution. There will be expert presentations plus 2 interactive workshops on each topic, and handouts so you can prepare your Action Plan.
Take advantage of an extra $100 off the Early Bird discount — that’s $250 0ff — with discount code “Benun” if you sign up by Sept. 1, 2015 through this link.