In addition to keynote presentations, I also offer professional workshops on a few critically important business ownership topics. Please feel free to contact me for further information or to schedule a speaking engagement for your next trade or professional association meeting.
What will happen when the Baby Boomers step down from active productivity? Get ready because the largest, wealthiest, most acquisitive and competitive generation in American history is about to pass the baton.Boomer Bust Graphics and Fun FactsMore Boomer Bust eBook InfoPresentation Details
Since his seminal article in 2007, John F. Dini has been educating audiences about the coming perfect storm. The retirement of two-thirds of America’s small company owners will intersect with a generation that is much smaller, less entrepreneurial, and has a variety of options they find more appealing than business ownership.
John F. Dini speaks about “Beating the Boomer Bust“ to business owners and their advisors throughout the United States. His eye opening statistics and inescapable logic provides a competitive advantage in the approaching buyer’s market for small companies.
Hunters have been the leaders and risk takers in society for thousands of years. They are the Entrepreneurs who create jobs, organizations and new products with vision and initiative.Take the Hunter/Farmer QuizVisit the Hunting Book SitePresentation Details
Unfortunately, Hunters are often victims of their success. As they build opportunities, they get trapped in the farming tasks of management. Hunters are creators, and have no patience for the farming tasks. They hate repetition, and frequently fail at the more routine tasks of running an organization. Understanding their Hunter personality will help explain why they do what they do.
From his work with entrepreneurs, John developed his award-winning book and keynote presentation “Hunting in a Farmer’s World,” which examines the strengths of people who explore and create, along with the forces in modern business that discourage them from doing what they do best.