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Transitioning from a Steady Job to Running Your Own Business

Friday, November 1, 2013, 12:00 PM until 1:00 PM
Webinar by Internet and phone
Elene M Cafasso
Professional Development event
Registration is closed
Be sure to provide your email address. Instructions for joining into the webinar will be emailed to registrants the evening of Thursday, October 31st.

Transitioning from a Steady Job to Running Your Own Business

Launching your own business can be one of the most rewarding and challenging endeavors you may ever undertake.  In this webinar we will explore what to consider when taking the leap from the cubicle to running the business of your dreams.  You'll discover the #1 question to ask yourself when considering starting a business, the common mistakes many business owners make, and tips and strategies that will have you earning 6 figures in no time.


About the Speaker

Krisztina Kohlhaas (MBA'08), Krisztina Kohlhaas Coaching, is in the business of creating wealth and changing lives. As a success coach and business strategist, she works with powerful, confident visionaries who are stressed about consistently making money with their businesses and helps them create a sustainable flow of clients and revenue.


Krisztina works with professionals and business owners—from solopreneurs to startup CEOs—all over the world. Her global clients have included non-profit and private sector CEOs, coaches, and other entrepreneurial spirits spanning financial services, technology, real estate, graphic design, fashion, and more. With her playful and fearless methods, Krisztina guides her clients to bust through roadblocks to develop confidence, attract business, make money, and improve their relationships with others and—most importantly—with themselves.

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