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  • Heber Valley, Utah
  • Thursday, July 18, 2024
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April 2023 Director's Letter

There are many ways to learn. Some people are good at reading a book or instructions to learn a new principle. Others, like myself, like learning from a teacher or someone experienced to discover new principles. At our past luncheon this week, we were fortunate to have three businesses in town share their knowledge and experiences to help the rest of us learn how to grow. Erika Stover from Quench It, Anna Seear from Ritual Chocolate, and Nate Sargent from Miro Industries graciously took questions submitted by chamber members eager to learn how to grow their business to the next level. In a trove of interesting lessons, three points stand out.

First is the need for building relationships. Whether with bankers, team members, or other businesses, creating a core of people who believe in you and your business is vital to keeping any entrepreneur through the tough times of starting a business. Next, the idea of creating uncompromising values stuck out. Having these core values is vital as it helps build the brand of the business and the owner, and it serves as a stable foundation for decision-making. Sticking to your core values shows that you will deliver what is promised to customers and your team.  The last takeaway we learned was to get help. The panelist talked about personal weaknesses pertaining to their business, such as social media, accounting, or marketing. They found strength and growth as they found people to help in those areas.

We learned so much from these businesses, more than can be shared here. You can visit our YouTube channel to rewatch this luncheon in the coming daysYouTube channel to rewatch this luncheon. I also want to thank Erika, Anna, and Nate for speaking to our chamber!

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