Motivational entrepreneurial thinking.

Motivational entrepreneurial thinking.

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Empowerment and transformation thru entrepreneurship.

Inpirations, self-improvement talks about the entrepreneurial mindset and how to become self-employed. See http://clintoneday.com,  http://thatbusinessshow.com/how-to-double-your-chance-for-new-venture-success,  https://goo.gl/SGYccd.

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Travels from Atlanta and Tampa, FL, Also Florida (US)

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Motivational entrepreneurial thinking.
Professor Clinton Day - Motivational Speaker

Clinton E. Day, MBA

Empowerment and transformation thru entrepreneurship.

Inpirations, self-improvement talks about the entrepreneurial mindset and how to become self-employed. See http://clintoneday.com,  http://thatbusinessshow.com/how-to-double-your-chance-for-new-venture-success,  https://goo.gl/SGYccd.

Fee Range: Varies
Travels from Atlanta and Tampa, FL

Affiliations:
  • Certified Speaking Professional
Motivational entrepreneurial thinking. - Motivational Speaker

Motivational entrepreneurial thinking.

Clinton E. Day, MBA

Empowerment and transformation thru entrepreneurship.

Inpirations, self-improvement talks about the entrepreneurial mindset and how to become self-employed. See http://clintoneday.com,  http://thatbusinessshow.com/how-to-double-your-chance-for-new-venture-success,  https://goo.gl/SGYccd.

Fee Range: Varies
Travels from: Atlanta and Tampa, FL

Affiliations:
  • Certified Speaking Professional

For more information about booking Motivational entrepreneurial thinking.,
Visit http://www.speakermatch.com/profile/clintoneday/
Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Entrepreneurship and Lean Startup.
Evidenced-based entrepreneurship.

Understanding Lean Startup Evidence-Based Entrepreneurship 1. Learn the power of the Business Model Canvas (BMC) and its nine components. 2. Invest time searching, finding, and executing an idea before spending money. 3. Discover how validated learning trumps all other ways to start a new business. 4. Understand the importance of the product/market fit (a problem and its solution). 5. Establish demand by really listening to the customer then fund, expand, and scale. 6. Test the minimum feature that demonstrates a unique value, and just start. More at http://clintoneday.com.