Virtual Meeting Time: Wednesdays @ 6:30pm CT / 7:30pm ET (12-week course)
Seats Available: Class size is limited to 20. Seats will be made available on a first-come, first-served basis so sign up early.
Last Date to Sign Up: Don't delay, event registration ends March 16th
Starting and Growing My Business
This self-reliance group will help you learn to make wise business decisions as you start or grow a business. The goal of this group is not only to help you with your business; it is also to help you act in greater obedience and faith in God and receive His promised blessings of temporal and spiritual self-reliance. Members learn key business skills such as identifying customer needs, finding customers, and keeping good business records.
This is a hands-on workshop designed to help those who want to work through the issues related to starting and growing a business. Participants will help hold each other accountable to commitments made each week.
More About the Entrepreneur Association
If you're an experienced entrepreneur or exploring how to become one, you're invited to join our Boston-based entrepreneurial community. You will find an energetic, supportive group of like-minded people who are passionate about entrepreneurship, and who are committed to helping each other succeed. You don't need to be a graduate of BYU to join.
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I attended BYU Hawaii and BYU Provo but didn't graduate (hello Pathway). We moved to Arkansas in 1994 and in 1999 with 6 children I founded a nonprofit organization and started the first charter school in Arkansas: Benton County School of the Arts. I learned that surrounding myself with people smarter than I was the best way to learn what I didn't know. Together with a brilliant and hard working board we forged a community base of parents and leaders that remain friends still after 20 years. Arkansas Arts Academy (renamed to broaden base) serves K-12 and has several years worth of students on waiting lists. After my 12 years of volunteer service as president of the BCCSO I began writing a fictional novel from the perspective of the Nephite women in the Book of Mormon and published the first novel in 2018 through Cedar Fort. The second book, first draft, is nearly done (life happens). We became empty nesters for the first time this year as our youngest went to BYU in spite of covid and our second youngest returns from his mission in Norway next week - he was one of the few missions that didn't return home due to covid.
As a lifelong member of the church I've served in ward and stake callings and love the Gospel and the many blessings we have received. Barry and I celebrated 33 years of marriage this year. After being released from the Stake Presidency, Barry is now the EQ President and I'm the Stake Self Reliance Specialist.