Holistic Business 6 – Weeding: Identifying and Addressing Risks
In this class, we will discuss how to identify possible risks associated with your business and ways to address those risks. Risks can include financial risks, competitor risks, design or supplier risks, etc.
Weeding: Identifying and Addressing Risks can be taken individually or as a part of the full 6-part series: Building a Strong Holistic Business, designed to inform and coach participants in developing a solid plan for their initiatives or businesses. This course can be utilized to understand the nuances of major areas of planning and executing a business idea, dive deeper into operating your current business or write a strategic business plan. Scroll down to learn about the comprehensive experience and exclusive benefits of the entire series.
All registrants will receive the course recording and handouts, with access to materials for one year.
Tuition: $40; Early Bird: $30 by 4/21/2022
Class meets: Thursday, 5/12/2022, from 6:30-8:30 pm live via zoom
Building a Strong Holistic Business is a 6-part class series designed to inform and coach participants in developing a solid plan for their initiatives or businesses. This course can be utilized to understand the nuances of major areas of planning and executing a business idea, dive deeper into operating your current business, or write a strategic or business plan. Participation in this course includes group classes. Templates with critical questions and considerations, and a full review of your strategic or business plan (if desired).
The areas of focus in this course include:
(a) the Company’s Concept and Business Formation
(b) Economics of the Business
(c) the Marketing Plan
(d) Research, Development & Operations Plan
(e) Critical Risks, Problems & Assumptions
(f) Accounting & Tax.
This course is designed for current and aspiring entrepreneurs seeking guidance to develop or refine their planning for their current or future business or initiative. Throughout the course, participants will gain knowledge on the following items:
- Primary components regarding business planning
- Considerations for how to establish or structure the business entity
- Factors to consider when starting or planning a business
- How to create forecasts and budgets
- Evaluating risks and how to limit exposure
- Tracking business revenues and expenses for bookkeeping and tax purposes
When you purchase the entire series, receive these exclusive benefits:
- Two individual coaching sessions with Christina Lynch
- Eight handouts outlining the key components of planning and outlining a business/strategic plan
- Personalized feedback on any written plans developed by the participant within six months of the class series
4/7 • Holistic Business: 1 – Grounding: Key Factors for Establishing Your Holistic Business
4/14 • Holistic Business 2 – Planting: Affirming Business Goals and Developing a Financial Plan
4/21 • Holistic Business 3 – Stemming: Understanding Basic Bookkeeping and Tax Practices
4/28 • Holistic Business 4 – Branching Out: Creating a Strong Brand Presence
5/5 • Holistic Business 5 – Blossoming: Optimizing Business Processes
5/12 • Holistic Business 6 – Weeding: Identifying and Addressing Risks
~ If you miss part or all of an individual class, you can view the class recording.
Please review this link for our school’s tuition and cancellation policies.
Instructor: Christina Lynch
Christina Lynch is a growing community herbalist who desires to share her knowledge and passions with those around her. She is a first-generation American, with her lineage deriving from Barbados. Taking great desire to reconnect to the earth, continuing the spiritual and physical connections with the earth as her ancestors once did, her intent is to assist others in starting or continuing their journeys in becoming one with themselves.
She is currently the Vice President of Accounting & Finance for The Gabor Agency in Tallahassee, Florida. She has her Master’s degree in Human Resources and Employment Relations from Penn State University, and her bachelor’s degrees in Accounting, Finance, and Human Resource Management from Florida State University. She has 13 years of professional experience in corporate accounting, human resource management, risk management, business plan development, and strategic planning. She has also assisted numerous small businesses to improve administrative operations, develop and maintain bookkeeping practices, and provide training support through her consulting firm, Trydent Consulting, and the Small Business Development Center.
Christina is an avid tea lover, recovering foodie, and cultural explorer.