Are you an entrepreneur that is frustrated with the state of your business finances?
Do you want your company to have healthy cash flow?
Do you see your business funding your life and legacy?
Everyone wants to be known as an entrepreneur. But you are really called to be a CEO. A CEO stewards a vision for the company. When you are clear about vision, then you become confident. When you are confident, you then become competent. Besides, great cash flow makes for great vacations!
In this session you will:
- Identify the key traits of successful C.E.O.’s
- Understand that purpose and profit are not mutually exclusive
- Translate your vision into the financial prowess to fund your life and legacy
“Your business can help you be financially available to make an impact on the world for the Kingdom.”
As founder of The Godwin Group (www.thegodwingroup.net) and a champion for women’s economic development Audrey L. Godwin (audreylgodwin.com) equips women business owners with the insights, strategies and tools to run a financially healthy and vibrant company. Her mission is to educate and inspire women to understand that their business is the vehicle that can drive profit and cash flow to the point of funding their lives and legacies.
Audrey is called upon to bring her insight and experience when partnering with business owners to build profits and value through collaborative planning and implementation. She understands what drives business and how to turn reactionary transactions to strategic decisions. Her keynotes and seminars simplify complex material and make it highly user-friendly with down-to-earth tips, tools and techniques.
She is co-author of the book, Mom Entrepreneur Extraordinaire and developed the popular and well-reviewed workshops, “I Don’t Do Numbers” and “The Next 90 Days – Strategic Planning with Everyday Action”. She is currently working on her next book, “What You Measure You Treasure.”
Her company earned the distinction of being listed as one of the top 25 Fastest Growing Minority Companies by the Puget Sound Business Journal in 2009. She was named the SBA’s 2012 Financial Champion of the year for the state of Washington and Region X.