Balch knows what he’s talking about:
he generated over $5 million from his home-based business
marketing, selling, and supporting his own proprietary computer software.
has learned a lot along the way, and has tried many different things on
the road to success; some of them worked, some of them didn’t.
Dave shares some of these experiences so others can apply what he
learned to their own small businesses.
“…will make my business much more
profitable; well worth
the time invested"
Lake Gregory Chiropractic
“Fantastic! I need to review
Marilyn Taylor, Proprietor
Good summary of important concepts.”
Charley Brown, Vice-Principal
San Bernardino Adult School
“Lots of common sense stuff
that we often forget.”
“I’m feeling full of
“The program is fabulous for re-focusing.
I’ll refer to my bookmark often!”
Lake Arrowhead Chamber of
many areas of life there are often just a few key concepts that make a
world of difference. Small
businesses (including home businesses) are no exception.
You will learn:
some of the simple things
that change an average business into an extraordinary business
to re-think and improve on what you're doing now
strategies to get more customers, and keep them too!
program has something for everyone, regardless of past achievements or the
current size of their business. Dave
says, “Nobody needs all 10 things.
On the other hand, nobody needs none of them.”
It’s fun, too!
Dave will be wearing his bathrobe and invites everyone to do the
same. Those who do will be
eligible to win some of Dave's tapes, so you can bet that attendance will be high!
a secret: the program is
really about 10 simple things that will improve your small business
rather than screw it up. The title is just “show-biz hype”!)
A good combination of common sense and
business sense, “10 Things” will inspire entrepreneurs to look at
their businesses in a whole new way!
now to book this fun and inspiring program for your next conference,
convention, or meeting!
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