Diane Dye Hansen Mentors at Entrepreneurs Assembly

On April 3, 2017
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Adams Hub is a business incubator in Carson City, Nevada.

Entrepreneurs Assembly is a meeting of business minds. The event takes place at The Studio at Adams Hub for Innovation, in Carson City, Nevada, on the second Wednesday of the month. This month, Chief Inspiration Officer of What Works Coaching, Diane Dye Hansen, joins the line up of mentors who facilitate important business conversations. She will help businesses bust through challenges and find the opportunity hidden within crisis and transition.

At Entrepreneurs Assembly, facilitated discussions change lives and businesses. The group is operated in a mastermind format. Business owners introduce themselves and what they do. They then break off. Guided by mentors, they explore their challenges in an open format.

Forbes Weighs in on Mastermind Groups

Forbes magazine has a lot to say on the topic of masterminds. Mastermind groups give entrepreneurs the ability to be part of a community and gain expertise from that community’s knowledge. Collaboration, cross-promotion, and network building are by-products of masterminding. Because you will usually find someone in a mastermind who has the missing piece to your business puzzle. The learning environment is dynamic, based on what members of the mastermind are going through. So, the experience is never cookie cutter or stale. Ultimately, you will think bigger, work better, and have the inspiration and motivation you need to power through your next challenge.

Best, at Adams Hub for Innovation, participation in the live event is free. Although its not framed as a networking event, you will be able to meet some of Carson City, Carson Valley, and Reno’s brightest minds and innovators there.

What Works Gives Back in Nevada

Entrepreneurs Assembly is just one of the things our Chief Inspiration Officer does to give back to her community. Adams Hub for Innovation is a non-profit operated by the Hop and Mae Adams Foundation. Diane also supports GirlMade, a non-profit which supports women and inspires girls to pursue leadership roles, Advocates to End Domestic Violence, a shelter program for abused women, and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northern Nevada, the local arm of a national organization which provides mentors to children and helps improve graduation rates and life skills for kids from low income homes.

For a full listing of Adams Hub for Innovation events, and to learn how to register to attend, visit their web site.

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