Become a More Conscious Entrepreneur

Robert Lockwood

Robert Lockwood

Robert Lockwood, authority on business trends in America, is presenting his signature program, Become an eXpansive Entrepreneur, at Greenshire Arts Consortium, in Quakertown, from 9 a.m. to noon, November 8. Lockwood will discuss the qualities that go into building a purposeful business, helping participants bring together their wisdom, experience, knowledge, and intuition to unleash their power from within.

As an innovative trend in business, the impact of integrating spiritual aspects into business practices has been found to powerfully affect all those involved. Known as eXpansive Entrepreneurship, this style of conducting business is helping shift this country’s paradigm of business to a higher conscious level. In the workshop, individuals will be guided into expanding their consciousness to include everything that is possible, positioning them to become an eXpansive Entrepreneur.

As Lockwood affirms in his book, Regenerating America, “An emerging business paradigm is evolving, a trend that will transform our country’s current path. It is through the coming together of like-minded, eXpansive Entrepreneurs that we will be able to regenerate America—spiritually, physically, psychologically, emotionally, and economically.”

Lockwood’s unique educational experiences include a partnership with the Gallup Poll, where he specialized in strategic brand building, and consulting with Fortune 500 companies and universities throughout the United States.

Cost: $30. Location: Greenshire Arts Consortium, 3620 Sterner Mill Rd., Quakertown. For more information and to reserve a space, call 215-538-0976 or visit November 2014.

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