Think Like an Entrepreneur

Think like an entrepreneur

Take a step towards becoming an entrepreneur and turning your idea into a business! Develop your entrepreneurial mindset by attending this Kansas Ice House Entrepreneurship Program being organized by the Lincoln County Economic Development Foundation.  The program will help you develop 1) critical thinking skills to identify and evaluate entrepreneurial opportunities, manage risks, and learn from results, 2) understand processes where entrepreneurs with limited resources can transform simple ideas into sustainable success, and 3) establish personal goals, identify resources, and determine steps to accomplish goals.

The program combines classroom presentations with video interviews and case studies featuring modern day examples of entrepreneurs who have triumphed over adversity by embracing an entrepreneurial mindset. Each lesson includes discussion topics, exercises and small group activities that encourage real-world application of the concepts.

Informational Flyer: Flyer for Think Like an Entrepreneur 2020

Dates
– March 7, 2020 – Choice, Opportunity, Action & Knowledge
– March 21, 2020 – Wealth, Brand, Community & Persistence

Time:  9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Location:  Finch Theatre’s Community Room at 122 E Lincoln Avenue, Lincoln, KS  67455

Cost (includes all meals):
– $100* – Lincoln Co. residents
– $125* – Non-Lincoln Co. residents
– $50* – Students
– $0 – Past program participants

*Participants who attend both sessions and complete a post-course survey will be rebated all but $25 of the registration cost.

Registration:  Go to the following web address and submit the online registration form,
https://bit.ly/2F3i9dq

Deadline to register:  February 28, 2020

Instructor: Deb Ohlde, Clyde, KS – Deb has over 25 years of experience working in community and economic development in north central Kansas. She has provided technical services to numerous non-profit organizations plus has her own successful business.

Ideal for:
– Future business owners
– Employees
– Non-profits
– Public officials
– Community leaders
– Students
– Dreamers
– Innovators

Questions, contact:

Kelly Larson, Director
Lincoln County Economic
Development Foundation
(785) 524-8954
[email protected]