THE STARTUP MINDHACK WORKSHOP
Finding yourself working IN your business rather than ON your business all the time?
Didn’t quite expect all of this to come your way?
Questioning whether it was indeed the right decision or whether it would be best to go back to 9 – 5 and play it safe?
After the initial excitement about doing our own thing we often times find ourselves overwhelmed, working around the clock, wearing countless different hats and the day-to-day running of the business seems to be taking over, with little time to remember how we got here in the first place.
Being part of the startup community, having started my own business and speaking at various entrepreneur events I’ve come to realise that there is a whole lot of advice, mentorship, workshops and programmes out there dealing with all sorts of practical topics like business planning, finding investors and funding, marketing strategy etc. What however very rarely gets addressed, but is a very crucial aspect of starting your business, is the human side of things.
What does it take from YOU as a person to pull this off?
So I thought why not put together an interactive fun workshop? And here we are!
Receive a first-hand unfiltered insight into the ups and downs of starting a business
Gain clarity on your vision
Start feeling comfortable talking about it
Discover what it is that will keep you going through the tough times
Understand what is holding you back
Explore the keys of Goal Setting
Master the skill of Time Management
Get some practical Tips & Tricks
Learn to take the “work” out of Networking
Take home a whole lot of tools for you to use both for your professional and personal development
Most importantly have lots of fun!
Get in touch to find out more about dates and locations
"I had the privilege of inviting Moni to speak to a workshop of 30 young people looking to start their own businesses. She captivated the room with her measured, deep and incredibly important insights. Both the content and the delivery were fantastic, and I could see rapt attention and nodding heads throughout her talk. Highly recommended."
- Henry C. Blanchard, Founder of Uganda Marathon International