"Bill Ringle Leads AskBillRingle.com Forum on Caring for Critical Business Asset"
Bill Ringle Leads AskBillRingle.com Forum on Caring for Critical Business Asset On February 2, 2012, AskBillRingle.com's open conference call for entrepreneurs and business owners will address the subject "Taking Care of Your Most Important Business Asset: You, the Owner." Philadelphia, PA, February 02, 2012 - Nationally known speaker, author, and CEO coach Bill Ringle will lead this month's AskBillRingle.com forum, "Taking Care of Your Most Important Business Asset: You, the Owner," on Thursday, February 2, at 4:00pm ET. If you're an entrepreneur, business owner, or business leader, self-care is absolutely essential to ensuring the sustainability of your business' growth and productivity, the strength of your creativity and innovation, and the longevity of your career. The February AskBillRingle.com conversation addresses this issue through concrete, practical suggestions for self-care gleaned from Ringle's significant experience as a serial entrepreneur, CEO coach, and nationally-recognized growth strategist to senior management. The forum will help listeners identify the "sticking points" that repeatedly cause distraction and disruption in their lives, understand how splintered attention causes diminished productivity, take a stand for a stronger support system, and refuse to tolerate conditions that drain and deplete their optimal energy. Ringle will lead listeners through a system to create changes that are easy and automatic, so that they are rapidly adopted. "The neglect of self-care is often seen as a macho badge of honor, especially in the tech sector, where leaders often learn that it's better to brag about pulling an all-nighter than to complain that the client demo isn't ready because they didn't have enough time," says Ringle. "In the life science and medical device fields, I often hear echoes of the medical hazing that MD's typically encounter during residencies as they now, as business leaders, set unrealistic expectations for themselves and their team. This month's topic is about rational self-care. And that's not to say let's all hold hands and sing Kumbaya and cross our fingers that the project work gets done. Instead, you'll discover the principles of good self-care that lead to high productivity for yourself and your team. Bring your biggest challenges, puzzles, and conundrums to AskBillRingle.com this month so we can unravel the mystery of self-care and rapidly get back on a productive direction." AskBillRingle.com gives business owners and entrepreneurs answers to their most pressing business growth questions. The website and accompanying conference calls, focusing on a different subject each month, will give business owners unprecedented access to Ringle's expertise, experience, and advice, as well as allow them to benefit from the shared exchanges with other business owners. March's topic, "Ways to Improve Cashflow," will discuss important warning signs and pointers for success in that area. Bill Ringle works with entrepreneurs and CEOs who want to overcome the five big challenges to business growth so that they can run profitable and rewarding businesses rather than become stuck and overwhelmed in unfulfilling and draining roles. He has worked on four continents, is the author of four business books, and inspires and educates thousands of business leaders each year through his speaking, coaching, interactive programs, and educational products. For more information and to participate, visit http://AskBillRingle.com . Contact: Meredith Hegg LearnWell.com 491 Baltimore Pike, Suite 209 Springfield, PA 19064 610-626-0175 firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.AskBillRingle.com ###