14 September 2021
“I look forward to the challenge of being accountable, and having other business owners check in to make sure that I'm doing what I need to do. Everyone needs a little kick in the butt sometimes…” says Herman Johnson.
23 August 2021
“...They probably saved me quite a bit of money because I let that idea grow into something that probably would not have been realistic. So they were really good at bringing me back down to earth…” says Nicole Perullo, owner of Nolia Mabel.
While expanding her store to two new locations, Samantha engaged her peer group and facilitator and was able to make confident decisions about her growth, access financial resources, and know that she isn’t alone in the learning curves she faces.
“I do think that there's an equivalency between running a nonprofit and running a business. I don't know nearly as much about running a business, so I’m excited to be involved with my Entrepreneurs Forever peer group,” says Rusty Thelin of RealTime Interventions.
Karla joined her Entrepreneurs Forever (eforever) group while she was waiting to hear back about the commercial contract that would be a significant win for her business. Her peers, who understood the weight of the lull, provided a supportive network to lean on.