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POSTPONED – new date to be determined: DISCOVER YOUR ENTREPRENEURIAL SUPERPOWERS AND THRIVE

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Thu, Apr 9, 2020 @ 8:30 am - 10:30 am

Cost: Free

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“Manage your behavior, then your business.” The “One-Size-Fits-All” conventional wisdom about business, money, and success might be killing your business. Learn how to develop a “One-Size-Fits-YOU” business strategy based on your natural temperament.

Speaker: Ted McLyman, founder Apexx Behavioral Solutions Group, author, entrepreneur, consultant, Lt Col USMC (Ret), and Ironman All World Age Group Triathlete.

Presenter

Ted McLyman

Ted McLyman
Entrepreneur, business owner, author, speaker, trainer, Lt Col, USMC (Ret), and Ironman All World age group triathlete.

Over 30 years of award-winning experience, helping individuals and organizations achieve peak performance. BA Social Relations, Colgate University; MA Public Administration, Pepperdine University; and MS Performance Technology, Boise State University.

Founder Apexx Behavioral Solutions Group, retired financial advisor/agent, economics instructor, US Naval Academy; Aide to the Under Secretary of the Navy for Financial Management; Head, Marine Corp Training Management Division; Commander, USMC Financial Management School; artillery officer; Executive Office, Battle Assessment Team, Operation Desert Storm.

Authored three books on behavioral finance, created Quick Scan Money Temperament Assessment; technical consultant to "Behind the Money" program at Impact television; and Director, Behavioral Finance, and Advisory Board Member at www.DreamSmartAcademy.com.

Ted McLyman presents a compelling story about how behavior drives money decisions and that the common wisdom about personal finance is wrong.

Building on over thirty years of experience as a leader, educator, financial advisor and business owner, McLyman offers a refreshing new approach to money management.

Discover Your Money Temperament, A Common-Sense Guide to Financial Security draws on his vast understanding of behavioral finance to explore why we continually make bad money choices.

Using self-deprecating humor and stories, McLyman offers a light and entertaining account of how our human nature conspires against us when we make money choices.

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