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I thought about it at great length – consulted extensively with my colleagues – then asked on this blog if there would be an interest for some of those who contact me regarding their business growth strategies – would it be a good idea to get some like minded people got together for a weekend of discussion and sharing?
Now the entrepreneurs mentoring retreat is almost finalized and I’m getting very excited to have it all come together. The pre-reading list has been sent to those participating – the program has been developed. Philippa my colleague who has been designing the weekend with me – dragged the top eight ‘ingredients’ for success from me – and has brought them together beautifully in the Entrepreneurs Cookbook – which will form the basis of the work we cover over the weekend
The venue is booked (One of the RedBalloon experience locations – Lilianfels)….
We invited partners to attend – given that most entrepreneurial journey’s have a massive impact on the family and friends surrounding them.
I’m nervous but excited – committed to seeing a massive difference for participants. I believe that those who attend will form their own collegiate and meet some like-minded people that will complete the experience that each individual does not have to be alone on their journey.
We will have group sessions, I will have one on ones with each attendee – and we will have fabulous dinner parties to debate and explore ideas.
Thank you to those who are attending the inaugural weekend on 26 April– a feel we are all on the beginning of a journey – and we get to design our futures.

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