This past Tuesday, Sister Jenna interviewed Eric on her America Meditating radio program. In case you missed it, the recording is here.
Eric Edmeades, CEO of Kerner Studios (Canada) and owner of the Kerner Group of companies in the USA is touring Norway in support of Global Entrepreneurship Week and will be speaking to entrepreneurs about business success and the role of small business in social programs and in the recovery of the global economy.
OSLO, NORWAY – 20 September 2013 – Global Entrepreneurship Week is recognized by 138 countries and takes place from 18-24 November 2013. Global Entrepreneurship Week seeks to inspire business owners and would-be entrepreneurs to realize their business potential through a series of events and activities all over the world.
In 2012 Kerner CEO Eric Edmeades toured the United Kingdom in support of Global Entrepreneurship Week speaking at events alongside President Bill Clinton, actor Kevin Spacey and TV celebrity Bear Grylls. This year, Edmeades continues the tradition with a series of entrepreneur-focused events in Norway.
Edmeades will speak at a number events around Norway, including Gründermesse, a multi-day entrepreneurship conference and exhibition in Oslo where he will headline with two keynote presentations.
“Most entrepreneurs start companies believing that being a business owner will make them more Read More
Most new business owners already model marketing strategies; but not very effectively. They tend to model the activities of their competitors; using similar advertisements, websites etc. While this ‘shortcut’ is probably useful to some degree, some of the very best marketing strategies I have ever employed have come from modeling OTHER INDUSTRIES.
Years ago I owned an IT company in England and I had a number of competitors. We all tended to advertise in the same places and use the same basic telemarketing strategies.
Eric Edmeades, CEO of Kerner Studios (Canada) and owner of the Kerner Group of companies in the USA is touring the UK speaking to entrepreneurs about business success and the role of small business in social programs and the recovery of the global economy.
LONDON, ENGLAND – 13 November 2012 – Kerner CEO, Eric Edmeades is conducting a multi-city tour that will take him to Luton, Newcastle, Manchester, Bristol and London where he will speak at a variety of organized events including Entrepreneurs2012 and Anthony Robbins’ renowned Business Mastery program, both of which are taking place Read More
Eric will spend much of November 2012 on a speaking tour in the United Kingdom. Event, Venue and Registration information can be found on our event’s page.
A list of the events as of today is shown below: Read More
Event: Business Mastery
Guest Speaker: Eric Edmeades
– London, England (17-20 November, 2012)
– Las Vegas, USA (20-24 January, 2013)
– Melbourne, Australia (22-25 February, 2013)
I have been listening to Wayne Dyer since my early 20’s when my good friend Trish introduced him to me by handing me a tape (yes, a while back now) with a recording of him speaking in Vancouver.
On that tape he talked about his love of running and joked that when he visited rainy Vancouver he would simply run in the hallways. I smirked at the site of him all kitted up in his running gear running past the maids in the halls.
Some years later I met Wayne in Dublin, Ireland and it was not too long after that he quite seriously helped turn my life around.
My business, based in England, was suffering. This meant, at that time in my life, that I was also suffering.
What Wayne reminded me of one morning, as I contemplated the stressful day I was about to have, was that I was not my business. In other words, Read More
I was interviewed yesterday for a book — a book on entrepreneurship. While there is nothing unusual about that, this book was different: it is a book about dyslexic entrepreneurs that Nicola James is writing.
I am not sure at what age I realised that I had mild dyslexia but I do remember spending most of my childhood feeling separate from the other kids and embarrassed about my compleet inabillity two spel [sic].
During the interview I had a realisation about the connection between dyslexics and entrepreneurship. You see, a fair number of highly successful entrepreneurs — including Richard Branson and Bill Gates, Nicola tells me — are dyslexic. I suspect that the reasons for this are: Read More