November 24, 2009 · 11:15 AM
This location is shown only to members
Most successful entrepreneurs figure out how to grow their businesses in ways that you wouldn't find in a business text book. Although there is not one single formula to become a successful entrepreneur, Silver Lining believes that there are six key characteristics that help predict success. At the workshop, Carissa Reiniger, Founder and President of Silver Lining Ltd., will share with you the lessons she has learned from 100 prominent entrepreneurs interviewed for her book, Inspiring Entrepreneurs:How to Build Your Business To Its First Million. Participants will go through a process of reflection and evaluation and take home valuable insights and tips on how to implement these six proven success habits and ultimately grow their business. This event is free. You will be treated with cupcakes. Beverages will also be available. The event will end at 1:00 pm. We have limited space for the attendees. Make sure you RSVP EARLY. Do NOT show up unannounced. To download the flyer of this event, click here.
Andrew Ran Wong - "I met Carissa Reiniger, Founder and President of Silver Lining Ltd., back in June of this year. I was at one of her seminars. I was really, really impressed with her style. These are the words I can use to describe her: energetic, bold, creative, approachable, out-spoken, and innovative.... She knows what it takes for any businesses to become the next Apple or Google. I am happy to hear that Silver Lining now has its own branch in NYC. And I am happy to see her coming to New York again. Can't wait!" Note: kudos to Deborah Novick, the leader of Silver Lining New York for putting this event together and offer NYEBN members a free opportunity to interact with Carissa Reiniger.
Andrew Ran Wang CEO of WebStudio13 Join NYEBN on Facebook Follow the NYEBN List on Twitter Note: Our food sponsor for this event is Gabrielle Sarmiento. This is their slogan - "Cupcakes for Events – grab it while they last!" Thank you, Gabrielle for providing cupcakes.