February 01, 2016

Growing Support: Why You Should Join a Peer Advisory Board


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So you’ve started a businesses (or are seriously considering starting one). You have the passion, determination, and drive, but are interested in getting feedback from others in your position. You’ve spoken to your family, friends, and your current support system, but still feel like you’re missing something.

Well, look no further than a Peer Advisory Board (also known as a mastermind group). These groups depend on peer participation and are not comprised of career coaches or classes. Rather, it is a group of entrepreneurs seeking advice and feedback from their peers – basically, it’s the network you want, but didn’t know you could have. And as a founder of a CFO consulting company (and fellow entrepreneur), we know how important it is to surround yourself with other entrepreneurial spirits who will push you to become better…

Peer Advisory Boards have been around for a while, and for good reason: these professional peers will provide a support system that can help push your ideas into action. Group members will provide another perspective, different experiences, and thought-provoking questions (that you may not have thought of yourself) through brainstorms, peer-to-peer conversations, discussions, and so much more.

So, if you’re looking for additional feedback or another perspective in addition to a new network of entrepreneurial people, then it might be time to sign yourself up


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