Entrepreneur and business owner, Lauren Harrison frequently hosts company-wide workshops to the contractors at the Nottingham-based sales and marketing firm, Emora. The CEO often plans seminars focused on self-development and the acquisition of strong business skills.
The most recent workshop run by the entrepreneur was focused upon the mentality of the ‘winning mindset’ with inspiration taken from the MFCEO Project Podcast, presented by Andy Frisella.
Andy Frisella is a CEO of a leading nutritional supplement business entitled 1st Form International alongside founding five other companies across a range of industries. Frisella regularly hosts the MFCEO Project podcast that has proliferated over recent months with millions of listeners. The episode detailing the winning mindset focuses upon the idea of setting standards and expectations, with reference to success stories like coaches Nick Saban and Bill Belichick.
Harrison’s workshop covered the ethos of pushing oneself, expanding past a 60% effort level to 100%, the entrepreneur explored the concept that many individuals aim to win, but the most successful aim to dominate an industry. The seminar continued to cover the idea of setting standards, encouraging professionals to continue to challenge themselves past what they think they can achieve.
“The MFCEO podcast is the latest in a long line of inspirational and motivating podcasts run by successful entrepreneurs that I have pulled content from for company-wide workshops. The idea of a winning mindset is one that drives success for a huge array of business owners, and I’m hopeful that professionals at Emora will adopt such an attitude in the coming weeks,” stated Lauren Harrison, Managing Director of Emora.
Harrison is eager to continue to inspire and motivate contractors at the firm, finding one of the most effective ways is through media platforms such as podcasts that the professionals can continue to research after the seminar. Harrison has frequently discussed the concept of mindset and perception and is hopeful that this latest workshop will continue in that trend, encouraging individuals to look towards such a mentality as genuinely useful within a business and personal growth.
Emora is the Nottingham-based outsourced sales and marketing specialists, the firm has seen massive success in recent months, and is looking to expand their headquarters. The business is looking for driven professionals that are eager to gain experience in the sector that would thrive in a business that provides enormous levels of progression. Any individuals wishing to discuss opportunities with the firm can contact them via email on firstname.lastname@example.org.