7 Reasons You Need to Attend the Aspire Business Book Review

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For the past several years, business coach Shawn Kinkade, owner of Aspire Business Development, has been providing once-a-month Business Book Reviews in Overland Park. I’ve attended 30-40 of them. It’s always time well spent.

If you’ve never been, or haven’t been in awhile, do yourself a favor and get it on your calendar. Why? Here are just a few reasons…

7 Reasons You Need to Attend the Aspire Business Book Review

  1. YOU DON’T HAVE TO READ THE BOOK!
    Shawn’s presentation provides you with the best concepts from each book. All you have to do is pay attention and then apply those concepts to your business and life.
  2. It’s Business Book Reviewonly an hour and a half of your time once a month.
    That’s such a minimal time investment to learn something new.
  3. There are always great people in the room.
    It’s a great way to network and meet people. In fact, several people in my peer groups are people I first met at the Business Book Reviews.
  4. You’re always going to walk out of the room having learned something.
    How many other events do you attend each month that provide real, tangible ways to improve your business and personal life?
  5. Kolaches and Coffee
    Shawn provides kolaches from the Kolache Factory and coffee for you to enjoy while you learn!
  6. Conversations that make you think.
    The questions people ask, and the ensuing discussions, are thought-provoking.
  7. You’re investing in yourself.
    The concepts in the book will help you become more successful in business and in life.

If you’ve made it this far (and it’s before August 23rd), the good news is that there’s a Business Book Review on Thursday, August 23rd, at 8 a.m. The book is The Five Dysfunctions of a Team. Sign up now!

If you can’t make this one, fill out the Contact Form and they’ll notify you each month about future Book Reviews. 

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