Look around at all the businesses that waste time worrying about failing. Something more inspirational is going on behind the wall that some of these small firms cannot see. When someone is on sands of timea downward spiral, it often appears to be a long time before they can see the light. It really appears to be a long time before they can recover, but there are mentors out there to help avoid the wasted time.

When I’m networking people often ask me what I do. My positioning statement is simply that “I help people tell their stories in business”. In the summer of 2014 I got together with a group of entrepreneurs to create what has evolved now into the E² Forum. We started to network like every other networking group before I realized that I was wasting valuable time being like every other event.

In the beginning of 2015, I began to be remarkable to my audience. I simply began to break through that wall creating the Wasted Time Effect. The group began to show the changes due to the mindset shift. I began to build the strength of all the business owners that attended our events. The focus was on those entrepreneurs and not as much on my own business. The members displayed expressions of higher level interest, and a sense of belonging, by not just renting space or wasting time.

Don’t waste time only trying to promote yourself and your products. Growing friendship takes a long time. Building relationships requires a lot of patience. I love helping people lead their business just as much as I love to lead my own business. The way I find it easy to build relationships is by giving away tools that help entrepreneurs eliminate the fears of leading a business. I accomplish this by helping businesses go in the right direction by helping them exhibiting their creativity.

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