Business Briefs October 17, 2016
Women Interacting and Networking business trade fair on Oct. 26
All women chamber members and their guests are invited to attend the fourth annual W.I.N. Business Trade Fair from 7:15-9 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 26, at the Glenwood Springs Branch Library. Meet local business owners and see what they have to offer, pick up some great swag and win prizes. A light breakfast and coffee from Starbuck’s will be available as well.
Women Interacting and Networking (W.I.N.) is a Glenwood Springs Chamber Resort Association networking group specifically designed for women to connect and do business with one another. Meetings are free and open to all women in businesses that are members of the GSCRA and businesses interested in joining.
Register online at glenwoodchamber.com/events.
Contact Joni Bates at 970-945-1514 or email@example.com with any questions.
Coach Deb is now an Energy Leadership Index master practitioner
After many hours of coaching, seminars and classroom hours Deborah Korbel of Bountiful Blissful Beginnings is ELI-MP certified.
As individuals, we see the world through different lenses or filters (based on our experiences, values, assumptions, etc.). Our lenses or filters will either limit what we see (like tunnel vision) or expand what we see (like a prism) and, thus, impact how we perceive and what we think about our circumstances. This, in turn, impacts how we show up in different situations. The Energy Leadership Index assessment reveals what specific filters you’ve developed and how those filters are influencing the results you’re achieving.
Korbel is a career transition coach and offers individual or group coaching to organizations and businesses. She will guide you in expanding your awareness of how you and or your team shows up to see and experience life/career through a much clearer lens by attracting what you desire. The client sets the agenda whether it is productivity, meaningful life, better relationships, life purpose, etc.
For a free introduction to coaching call 970-948-8612. http://www.dktransitioncoach.com
River Center Community Enrichment Class: Financial Freedom
Are you tired of struggling financially, or just want to learn new ways to save and get ahead? Join us for this four-week class from 6:30-8 p.m. each Tuesday evening at the River Center, 126 N. Fourth St. in New Castle. Dan Niedbalski, from Alpine Bank, will be here to give key lessons on how to save and prepare for financial freedom.
Remaining class schedule is as follows:
Oct. 18: Beginning budgeting and getting out of debt. Ready, set, flat tire. Debt snowball and how it works.
Oct. 25: Budgeting/getting out of debt/insurance. Protecting your family and other assets. Having a plan.
Register for the class by going to http://www.rivercenternewcastle.org or call 984-4333. Child care will be provided.
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Summer market season begins this week in Glenwood Springs and Carbondale, with the return of the Tuesday evening Glenwood Downtown Market and Music Series and the Carbondale Farmers’ Market starting Wednesday.