The Valley Industry Association will host a special luncheon presentation about planning for business leaders featuring business advisor Bruce Wright of Macro Strategic Design Inc. at the Valencia Country Club on Tuesday, June 20, starting at 11:45 a.m.
During his presentation, Wright plans to help executives focus on the big picture as they plan for their businesses, without overlooking crucial details. Key elements include:
• Focus on your big picture.
• Implement crucial details.
• “See the elephant in the room” for wealth management.
• Get tangible, measurable results.
“Transcendent results are always preceded by new ideas and the courage to tenaciously put them into action, said Wright, known for encouraging an open-minded approach to planning for one’s future.
“Bruce Wright is also Mr. Right when it comes to helping you develop strategies to increase your current success and build a stronger future,” said VIA CEO/President Kathy Norris. “We’re very pleased he has agreed to join us and share his insights and the benefits of his decades of experience in helping executives plan for their futures.”
“Mr. Wright offers a high-energy, thoughtful and engaging approach to helping executives take the right steps to build a positive future outlook,” Norris said. “We expect this to be a very well-attended event and space is limited, so we’re encouraging local business leaders and VIA members to reserve their seats now. You won’t want to miss this one!”
Tickets cost $45 each for VIA members and $65 for non-members. RSVP is required; click [here] to register.
Established in 1981, the Valley Industry Association of Santa Clarita has been representing business interests throughout the Santa Clarita Valley for more than 30 years. VIA provides its members a blend of industrial, commercial and service companies the opportunity to collaborate on a broad range of business issues. In addition to being a legislative advocate, VIA serves as a one-stop shop for relevant business information, supports local educational initiatives, and provides networking opportunities. Learn more at the VIA website.
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