Carol Little is a Public Speaker and Certified Master Trainer. She draws on her 15+ years of experience working with corporate clients as well as top executives and individuals to deliver practical and accessible tools for improving her audience’s public speaking skills.
She excels at helping her clients move beyond the roadblocks that prevent them from achieving their full potential. Her passionate, fun and engaging style keep her clients coming back for more.
Why Presentations Matter Even if You Think You Never Need To Give Them
Date: April 11, 2018
Time: 11:30 AM - 1 PM
(DOORS OPEN AT 11 AM FOR NETWORKING)
Location: Etta's 4212 Emancipation Blvd.
(formerly Dowling, Houston, TX)
Who is the ACCESS Network for?
This is not for everyone.
This is not about IDEATION, or idea creation. Attendees should be in the WORK of their business, yet know it is time to build team and get resources. You know what you need to do to grow your business and serve more clients.
· This event is for those in business that have a need to fill and are ready to DO business to grow their business.
· Serious business owners who are working on growing their business or developing a project or event.
· Fast-Action takers.
· Typically those who have done some research on the service needed ahead of time and they are prepared to take action on the offer.
· This is for those looking to learn, collaborate to leverage their growth, invest in their business and GET IT DONE!
Benefit of being in the ACCESS Network:
Unparalleled ACCESS to people and resources you know you need but haven’t had the time or the knowledge to find or vet.
Cost savings by joining other decisive business owners who need this just like you.
What about these presenters?
They are vetted.
Experts in their industry.
Operate with Integrity.
Interested in seeing your business grow.
These are the people I have referred clients to over the years and I have asked them to offer a limited-time, discounted service that will benefit you and help you take fast action when it is presented.
About the Leader
Why ACCESS Network:
Most of my life I have been viewed as someone who “knew who to call” if you needed something.
I’ve had my business since 2003, but primarily I supported clients while working full-time. In 2014, I went full-time in my business and learned very quickly that my business was operating like a “Hobby”. In order to get it up to speed to serve my clients like I wanted, I had to get my house in order.
That meant learning about what was missing and figuring out where to get it from. I learned the hard way that I paid too much for some services and that some businesses don’t give you the output they sell.
Two years after going full-time, I was hanging on for dear life! Several family losses and a failing funnel saw me land at what I thought was failure. But what it did, was make me reach out to the many relationships I had with other business owners and start to be more intentional about how I did business with them and how I connected them others who needed their services or products.
When I came up with the idea for ACCESS Network, not one of them was surprised, nor did they think I was “off brand”. It is WHAT I DO. Through strategic conversations about their business, I connect people to people and things that need to help them move forward. Primarily these are tied to their business ventures.
I spent too long trying to “figure it out” for myself and if I have all the time in the world, I am good at finding the answer. But there came a point, where I was truly “stuck” and I did not have the time, nor the inclination to divert from the work I was doing, to locate a resource.
I thought to myself:
· “I know that I know what I am doing and I’ve been doing it for quite a while”.
· “I have a powerful vision to help business owners and wasn’t getting it to them in a timely manner”.
· “I’m all about connection and giving people access to others who can help them”.
· I’ve lost time and money trying to do it myself, when I knew the resource was out there".
· “I knew exactly what I wanted or needed, but I just wasn’t sure who to use or how much it cost. There were so many options or choices".