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Educational Workshop

  • MVMTLAB 615-55 Water Street Vancouver, BC, V6B 1A1 Canada (map)

Managing the ups and downs of being a solo serviced-based entrepreneur is challenging. But there are many commonalities we all go through when we chose this career path. The biggest being our “why”, which always revolves around our desire to help other people improve their lives by sharing the amazing gifts we have. The next common connection is how do we build a business to sustainably deliver our services. 

That’s where things get challenging and what this workshop focuses around. James Boileau is going to talk about the ups and downs of being an entrepreneur and share ideas and tools on how you can sustainably grow your business. He is going to show you how to take better actions, build a simple forward progress strategy and reduce your overall stress. James will explain the path of least resistance as it relates to business and teach you how to make better, quicker, confident decisions that will propel your business forward.  

FREE for members (please send us an e-mail if you want to reserve a spot)*

$20 for non-members

*Seats are limites

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James Boileau is a business + life coach, author and designer. He has been an entrepreneur from the age of 15. Since then he's spent over 14 years working in high-level roles at marketing and advertising agencies and has been as a business and life coach for the last 9 years. The intersection of business + personal is where James works with individuals and organizations to navigate its tangled web to better align the personal or people part of business so you move forward on the path to creating the results you seek. 

James' biggest accomplishment has been writing a book called Own Your Sh*t. It is about restoring human responsibility. It is a rally point for a new generation settling into themselves. He created Own Your Sh*t because like every one else James constantly asked, “how do you make a difference in the world?” Own Your Sh*t is his answer, and a way to help others create theirs.

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