What we're about

The challenge of getting to know people you can connect with and relate to is as old as the hills.

Everyone wants more business and less hassle.

The problem is how to do this efficiently.

If you are like me then you want to use your unique skills to help as many people as possible, and get compensated well for your talents.

If you are looking to meet business owners and entrepreneurs to help you grow your own business, you have come to the right place.

We are a dedicated group of professionals with long standing ties to the community and a commitment to other members of our networking group.

We average $1,500,000 worth of business passed internally every year.

We are looking for the following professionals to join our dynamic group and to give business referrals, share information, and answer specific questions.

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New Connections business networking in the South Bay

Online event

“I track my success to the people I know and can reach quickly. My business would not be possible without the quality of my personal network. “

-Dale Carnegie

The goal of this group is to help you grow.

We help you do this by offering tools to scale your business, implement new growth strategies, connect with subject matter experts and get your high level questions answered.

Each week we meet to go over what we learned the previous week.

You will meet the same people each week, get to know them and understand their business.

This is an intimate setting for CEO's and business owners to get referrals, learn new information and get moral support.

The CEO's journey can be lonely, this is a place to regroup and recharge.

We are all supporting each other go grow our businesses, and the synergy created is greater than you could do alone.

20 Crucial Business Growth Habits That Will Make You Unstoppable:

1. Schedule your day with a Keystone Habit. Plan this as a daily habit and start in the morning. This could be making a list of the really important things you need to accomplish.

2. Identify the 3 most important tasks that must get done. This is a Keystone Habit. You should plan on doing this daily and get it listed in the morning.

3. Review your goals. Another Keystone Habit that really does need to be reviewed daily. What action steps are required to keep you on point to reach the goals? Make sure it’s something obtainable and makes sense to work on now.

4. Do the hardest task first. Use Support Habits on a daily basis to get this done. If one of your goals is to keep your office clean and you have papers everywhere and you can’t find important documents, a support habit to this would be to schedule a time to re-organize your office. A support habit would be a big note to self: reminding yourself to get a box or bucket to stack your papers in before you go through them.

5. Chunk down a Project (Goal) into small manageable steps. Using more Support Habits on a daily basis at the time that works for you, provide yourself the steps from start to finish and only handle a small part of it.

6. Remove distractions before starting the work. Using Support Habits like shutting down all devices that will distract you are very helpful. Use a timer and stay focused while the timer is on.

7. Create an interruption-free environment. More Support Habits: Put a DO NOT DISTURB note in your work area. Put on white noise to help you stay focused. I like the sound of my laundry room dryer for white noise.
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8. Declutter your DESK TOP. Oh boy, my favorite topic. Using your best Support Habits daily if possible. For me, when I start my initial work daily I clear my desk of things I’m not working on. They just get in my way and don’t allow me to

2) Support Habit: small things you can do to support the keystone habit. I.E. putting your work out gear in a place that you will see it so you can get to it quickly.

3) Elephant Habit: taking on a big project like a garage clean out, packing up a house for a move, finishing a school/work presentation, reading a challenging book. The key here is to take this in small pieces but with regular intervals. Repetition is the key.

Why does Habit Stacking work?

1) By identifying the small actions you can take that relate to the desired result.
2) Make a step-by-step list of what you can do to support the desired result.
3) You stay committed and focused so you can create a habit that stays in place.

Building a Habit Stacking Routine

1) Start with a 5 minute block of time.
2) Focus on small wins
3) Pick a time and location – home, office, am or pm
4) Anchor your new habit to some form of accountability reminder/trigger like a visual cue or a timer.
5) Create a logical check list.

New Connections business networking in the South Bay

Online event

“I track my success to the people I know and can reach quickly. My business would not be possible without the quality of my personal network. “

-Dale Carnegie

The goal of this group is to help you grow.

We help you do this by offering tools to scale your business, implement new growth strategies, connect with subject matter experts and get your high level questions answered.

Each week we meet to go over what we learned the previous week.

You will meet the same people each week, get to know them and understand their business.

This is an intimate setting for CEO's and business owners to get referrals, learn new information and get moral support.

The CEO's journey can be lonely, this is a place to regroup and recharge.

We are all supporting each other go grow our businesses, and the synergy created is greater than you could do alone.

20 Crucial Business Growth Habits That Will Make You Unstoppable:

1. Schedule your day with a Keystone Habit. Plan this as a daily habit and start in the morning. This could be making a list of the really important things you need to accomplish.

2. Identify the 3 most important tasks that must get done. This is a Keystone Habit. You should plan on doing this daily and get it listed in the morning.

3. Review your goals. Another Keystone Habit that really does need to be reviewed daily. What action steps are required to keep you on point to reach the goals? Make sure it’s something obtainable and makes sense to work on now.

4. Do the hardest task first. Use Support Habits on a daily basis to get this done. If one of your goals is to keep your office clean and you have papers everywhere and you can’t find important documents, a support habit to this would be to schedule a time to re-organize your office. A support habit would be a big note to self: reminding yourself to get a box or bucket to stack your papers in before you go through them.

5. Chunk down a Project (Goal) into small manageable steps. Using more Support Habits on a daily basis at the time that works for you, provide yourself the steps from start to finish and only handle a small part of it.

6. Remove distractions before starting the work. Using Support Habits like shutting down all devices that will distract you are very helpful. Use a timer and stay focused while the timer is on.

7. Create an interruption-free environment. More Support Habits: Put a DO NOT DISTURB note in your work area. Put on white noise to help you stay focused. I like the sound of my laundry room dryer for white noise.
Page 2 Segment 3

8. Declutter your DESK TOP. Oh boy, my favorite topic. Using your best Support Habits daily if possible. For me, when I start my initial work daily I clear my desk of things I’m not working on. They just get in my way and don’t allow me to

2) Support Habit: small things you can do to support the keystone habit. I.E. putting your work out gear in a place that you will see it so you can get to it quickly.

3) Elephant Habit: taking on a big project like a garage clean out, packing up a house for a move, finishing a school/work presentation, reading a challenging book. The key here is to take this in small pieces but with regular intervals. Repetition is the key.

Why does Habit Stacking work?

1) By identifying the small actions you can take that relate to the desired result.
2) Make a step-by-step list of what you can do to support the desired result.
3) You stay committed and focused so you can create a habit that stays in place.

Building a Habit Stacking Routine

1) Start with a 5 minute block of time.
2) Focus on small wins
3) Pick a time and location – home, office, am or pm
4) Anchor your new habit to some form of accountability reminder/trigger like a visual cue or a timer.
5) Create a logical check list.

New Connections business networking in the South Bay

Online event

“I track my success to the people I know and can reach quickly. My business would not be possible without the quality of my personal network. “

-Dale Carnegie

The goal of this group is to help you grow.

We help you do this by offering tools to scale your business, implement new growth strategies, connect with subject matter experts and get your high level questions answered.

Each week we meet to go over what we learned the previous week.

You will meet the same people each week, get to know them and understand their business.

This is an intimate setting for CEO's and business owners to get referrals, learn new information and get moral support.

The CEO's journey can be lonely, this is a place to regroup and recharge.

We are all supporting each other go grow our businesses, and the synergy created is greater than you could do alone.

20 Crucial Business Growth Habits That Will Make You Unstoppable:

1. Schedule your day with a Keystone Habit. Plan this as a daily habit and start in the morning. This could be making a list of the really important things you need to accomplish.

2. Identify the 3 most important tasks that must get done. This is a Keystone Habit. You should plan on doing this daily and get it listed in the morning.

3. Review your goals. Another Keystone Habit that really does need to be reviewed daily. What action steps are required to keep you on point to reach the goals? Make sure it’s something obtainable and makes sense to work on now.

4. Do the hardest task first. Use Support Habits on a daily basis to get this done. If one of your goals is to keep your office clean and you have papers everywhere and you can’t find important documents, a support habit to this would be to schedule a time to re-organize your office. A support habit would be a big note to self: reminding yourself to get a box or bucket to stack your papers in before you go through them.

5. Chunk down a Project (Goal) into small manageable steps. Using more Support Habits on a daily basis at the time that works for you, provide yourself the steps from start to finish and only handle a small part of it.

6. Remove distractions before starting the work. Using Support Habits like shutting down all devices that will distract you are very helpful. Use a timer and stay focused while the timer is on.

7. Create an interruption-free environment. More Support Habits: Put a DO NOT DISTURB note in your work area. Put on white noise to help you stay focused. I like the sound of my laundry room dryer for white noise.
Page 2 Segment 3

8. Declutter your DESK TOP. Oh boy, my favorite topic. Using your best Support Habits daily if possible. For me, when I start my initial work daily I clear my desk of things I’m not working on. They just get in my way and don’t allow me to

2) Support Habit: small things you can do to support the keystone habit. I.E. putting your work out gear in a place that you will see it so you can get to it quickly.

3) Elephant Habit: taking on a big project like a garage clean out, packing up a house for a move, finishing a school/work presentation, reading a challenging book. The key here is to take this in small pieces but with regular intervals. Repetition is the key.

Why does Habit Stacking work?

1) By identifying the small actions you can take that relate to the desired result.
2) Make a step-by-step list of what you can do to support the desired result.
3) You stay committed and focused so you can create a habit that stays in place.

Building a Habit Stacking Routine

1) Start with a 5 minute block of time.
2) Focus on small wins
3) Pick a time and location – home, office, am or pm
4) Anchor your new habit to some form of accountability reminder/trigger like a visual cue or a timer.
5) Create a logical check list.

New Connections business networking in the South Bay

Online event

“I track my success to the people I know and can reach quickly. My business would not be possible without the quality of my personal network. “

-Dale Carnegie

The goal of this group is to help you grow.

We help you do this by offering tools to scale your business, implement new growth strategies, connect with subject matter experts and get your high level questions answered.

Each week we meet to go over what we learned the previous week.

You will meet the same people each week, get to know them and understand their business.

This is an intimate setting for CEO's and business owners to get referrals, learn new information and get moral support.

The CEO's journey can be lonely, this is a place to regroup and recharge.

We are all supporting each other go grow our businesses, and the synergy created is greater than you could do alone.

20 Crucial Business Growth Habits That Will Make You Unstoppable:

1. Schedule your day with a Keystone Habit. Plan this as a daily habit and start in the morning. This could be making a list of the really important things you need to accomplish.

2. Identify the 3 most important tasks that must get done. This is a Keystone Habit. You should plan on doing this daily and get it listed in the morning.

3. Review your goals. Another Keystone Habit that really does need to be reviewed daily. What action steps are required to keep you on point to reach the goals? Make sure it’s something obtainable and makes sense to work on now.

4. Do the hardest task first. Use Support Habits on a daily basis to get this done. If one of your goals is to keep your office clean and you have papers everywhere and you can’t find important documents, a support habit to this would be to schedule a time to re-organize your office. A support habit would be a big note to self: reminding yourself to get a box or bucket to stack your papers in before you go through them.

5. Chunk down a Project (Goal) into small manageable steps. Using more Support Habits on a daily basis at the time that works for you, provide yourself the steps from start to finish and only handle a small part of it.

6. Remove distractions before starting the work. Using Support Habits like shutting down all devices that will distract you are very helpful. Use a timer and stay focused while the timer is on.

7. Create an interruption-free environment. More Support Habits: Put a DO NOT DISTURB note in your work area. Put on white noise to help you stay focused. I like the sound of my laundry room dryer for white noise.
Page 2 Segment 3

8. Declutter your DESK TOP. Oh boy, my favorite topic. Using your best Support Habits daily if possible. For me, when I start my initial work daily I clear my desk of things I’m not working on. They just get in my way and don’t allow me to

2) Support Habit: small things you can do to support the keystone habit. I.E. putting your work out gear in a place that you will see it so you can get to it quickly.

3) Elephant Habit: taking on a big project like a garage clean out, packing up a house for a move, finishing a school/work presentation, reading a challenging book. The key here is to take this in small pieces but with regular intervals. Repetition is the key.

Why does Habit Stacking work?

1) By identifying the small actions you can take that relate to the desired result.
2) Make a step-by-step list of what you can do to support the desired result.
3) You stay committed and focused so you can create a habit that stays in place.

Building a Habit Stacking Routine

1) Start with a 5 minute block of time.
2) Focus on small wins
3) Pick a time and location – home, office, am or pm
4) Anchor your new habit to some form of accountability reminder/trigger like a visual cue or a timer.
5) Create a logical check list.

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New Connections business networking in the South Bay

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