Saturday, January 30, 2010

UCF Business Incubation Program presents: The Lunch Connection sponsored by Jason Walker, Build A Business, LLC

Title: Are you on the path to success?
Date: Thursday, February 11th
Time: 11:30-1:00
Fee: $20, Make checks out to the UCF Research Foundation. (Free to Incubator Clients)
Location: University Tower, 12201 Research Parkway, 2nd floor large conference room, Orlando, FL.,32826
Are you on the path to success, or on track to becoming a statistic? Every year, enthusiastic and confident men and women start businesses with creative products and services
that they sincerely believe address real industry needs. These entrepreneurs are absolutely certain that nothing will stop them from succeeding. Unfortunately, 33% of businesses
fail within 2 years; 56% fail within 4 years, and 97% fail by 10 years. These are devastating numbers, but you can avoid being a statistic if you choose to "Be a Leader that Delivers
Join Jason Walker of Build A Business as he shares what leaders must do to deliver results:
· Face the Crisis and acknowledge the leadership failures that are plaguing businesses
· Identify the Resolution that will avoid these failures and lead to results
· Take Action and Deliver Results
Jason Walker graduated with Distinction and a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering from the U.S. Naval Academy. He then accepted an appointment in the U.S. Marines where he developed
cohesive, high performance teams while serving in Light Armored Reconnaissance and at the prestigious Marine Barracks, 8th & I before transitioning into the private sector.
Delivering results across many industries which included Information Technology and Financial Services, Jason demonstrated his belief that "Everything rises and falls on leadership!"
Jason started his business in 2002 and continues developing cohesive, high-performance teams for organizations spanning various industries. He affiliated with Academy Leadership
in 2008 to utilize their world-class leadership development programs to transform managers into leaders.

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