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Business Leaders Meet at the Cache Business Summit Viewed 603 timesBy: Lee Everton
Published for Logan, Utah (Area-Info.net Mar. 25, 2012)
On Thursday of this past week, there were nearly 250 business leaders and future business leaders who met to learn about the implementation of social media, changes in law, strategic planning for disasters in business, a forum with our legislature and a day of networking.
Part of the day was set aside to listen to successful business leaders who “had been there.” One of the first speakers was Jim Reese of US Safety and Security. His main point was the idea that success is not just the dollar amount, but the ability to balance your financial success with your personal life, such as family and service.
David Jenkins of Conservice shared information about the beginnings of his company, but also gave some insight to his management style and the need to give back to the community. His company makes it possible for each employee to be part of the system with a “no walls” environment and also encouraging employees to give of their time in the community each month by paying the employee for up to two hours of service.
Hearing from people such as Dale Siler, Kim Wheatley, John Davidson, Eric Shultz and Pattie Conner in the breakout sessions was interesting. There are always new pieces of information to be gleaned from seminars which can help in the world of business.
Robert Harris of Harris Research gave the keynote address for the Cache Business Summit. It was the first time that I had heard Mr. Harris speak. I found it interesting and with some good solid information for anyone in business, or who might consider themselves and entrepreneur. There were ten points he shared to consider when doing a project. However, his main point may be the most intriguing, “What am I waiting for?”
This Cache Business Summit was the first in what is planned to be an annual event. With 250 business leaders in attendance, it appears that the Summit will grow from year to year.
For more information about the Cache Business Summit, visit the website at www.cachebusinesssummit.org
Lee Everton enjoys writing occasional articles and observing all aspects of life. Lee believes: "Life is an adventure. Live it." In the past, Lee published Everton's Genealogical Helper and was the inspiration behind the original Everton.com website. Become a friend on facebook. Follow on Google + Lee Everton
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