Quick Start Shoreline Tuesday - entrepreneurs

Monday, February 15, 2016

Join the business community at a Quick-Start “Working Session” TODAY Tuesday, February 16 from 12:00 to 1:30pm at Shoreline City Hall, 17500 Midvale Ave N, 98133.

Quick-Start Shoreline is presented by Shoreline Community College Small Business Accelerator and the City of Shoreline. These workshops are designed to be helpful for start-up, existing and potential business owners, and business leaders who want to sharpen their innovation and entrepreneurial skills in a welcoming environment. Sessions are free and open to the public. Feel free to bring a brown bag lunch. Noon Networking. 12:15 lecture. Free.


Entrepreneurs are known risk-takers who seek ways of disrupting business-as-usual practices. They are endowed with characteristics that allow them to modify the environment and they possess traits that give them personal competitive advantages. They have vision, are risk tolerant, yet seek to avoid it.

They are explores whose passion and perseverance allow them to manage resources and design pathways to success, while they minimize risk along the way. Though their ventures will sometimes fail, they are quick to pick up again. They trust their instincts, they work through intuition, and they continually evaluate self-identify. Yet, there is still much to learn.

 Join this Entrepreneurial Leadership workshop to learn new ways to develop your strengths. Highly engaging. Bring your lunch! Leave when you need to.

Thought Leadership
People use the term “thought leader” as if all you have to do to become one is set up a Twitter account and start tweeting. This is hardly the case. True thought leaders have expertise, passion, and a track record of changing the world. They become thought leaders when they rise above themselves by sharing their knowledge so that others can change the world, too. Perhaps most importantly, they are recognized by their peers — they do not declare themselves. It is only through a sincere commitment to share the path forward to a better future that they earn the right to be called a thought leader.
- -  Guy Kawasaki

Greg Price
Greg Price is the Academic Program Director for MA in Leadership and Human Resource Management at City University of Seattle.  He is also Associate Professor instructing courses in Leadership and Business. In private industry, he served as director for a training organization in Tokyo, Japan, and as Publisher and Vice President for a regional publishing company.

He earned his BA in Economics from the University of Washington, his MBA from the University of Phoenix and he is presently a Doctoral Candidate earning a Doctor of Education degree with an emphasis in Organizational Leadership at City University of Seattle.



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