By Women Entrepreneurs NYC (WE NYC) - Department of Small Business Services NYC
Good-bye 2020, hello 2021!
The idea of setting goals may seem far-fetched when you are facing uncertainty. Yet goals provide direction and a way to measure results and accountability. They anchor our tasks and day-to-day, provide focus and help calm some of the chaos.
But achieving goals can be hard. And it may require developing new habits, processes, systems and ways of doing things so that you can be more successful and can SCALE.
Learn how to build resilience into your business and set goals with built-in flexibility and a capacity for adaptation. Learn how to accomplish your objectives in fast-changing and unpredictable environments. Hear about brain hacks that can help rewire your thinking if you have a tendency to procrastinate as a way to put off uncomfortable challenges.
Agenda for Tuesday, January 26 @4-6pm: Keynote and Panel Discussion:
Registration for this event does not include the paid workshops of the second day of the NYWIB, SCORE and NAWBO Conference.
*Important Messages from the Organizer*
By registering for this event you hereby consent to the use of your image and/or statements made by you in any official DSBS or City of New York (City) media events and hereby release and hold harmless the City from any liability regarding the use of your image and/or statements for any legitimate government purposes in perpetuity.
Reasonable accommodations are available upon request. If you require accommodations, please contact Michelle Barnes-Anderson, MPA-IG, Director of Office For Disability Services at Mbarnes@sbs.nyc.gov.
If you have questions about this WE NYC Program or would like additional information about WE NYC, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit we.nyc.
Women entrepreneurs are key economic actors in New York City — building businesses that support families, uplift communities, and generate jobs.
Free services are available for women entrepreneurs across the five boroughs and in multiple languages.