Training & Consulting
If you haven't already, watch the video on the home page of this site here: http://www.PhilanthropicEntrepreneur.com
the Los Angeles Economic Development Institute, a non-profit
entrepreneurship training organization to learn more about training
prorams in Los Angeles County. www.laedi.org
You can also go directly to The Training Center - Los Angeles to register for upcoming training events: www.traininginla.org
Inspirational/Motivational Speaking: Through our relationship with
Shared Vision Network, we can bring you nationally recognized
inspirational / motivational speakers for groups of 100 or more. We’ve screened
the "best of the best," pioneers as well as best-selling authors, in most any
field of study. From Jack Canfield to Robert Allen, we can bring you
some of the most successful entrepreneurs of our day.
Contact us to learn how your next event can be a big success.
Dream, Plan, Achieve!
Custom Business Plans / Sales and Marketing Strategies for
Small Businesses & Start Up Companies. We’ll help
you develop the right questions and research the right answers to ensure
that you move from
plan development… to
start up capital procurement… to
profitable business. We have also hand picked a
thorough list of resources, tools, and services geared toward helping
any small business owner achieve
Contact us to find just the right consultant for your business.
"Feed your network and your network will feed you."
Join Our Referral Network:
sign up here, free of charge, to expand your
own client base through helping others do the same. Submit your business cards / flyers / and
websites for distribution to a large network of
successful business people based in Southern
California. “Increase your network and you’ll increase your net
Contact us to ask questions about joining our network or
learn more here.
Inspirational Media Consulting
In a single phone appointment, our experts can direct you to just the right
author / speaker /or trainer so that you can make the best use of your time and
money. We have hand-picked some of the
top-selling proven programs available and
listed them for you
To give you a head start, we
also have dozens of the classics available as
downloadable e-books, audio files, and
prosperity consciousness documents available
us to save yourself a lot of time and money when considering
buying any products or attending any seminars within the "human potential"
or "personal development" industry. And, if you're looking
for a proven system to help you digest all the classics as well as the
latest cutting edge thinkers and technologies, read below about the very
effective ULTRA Pro Coaching Program.
ULTRA Pro Coaching
Universal Laws Triggered
What specific ACTIONS are necessary to get
Small Group Coaching: Participants
learn how Universal Laws Triggered by Right Action
produce predictable results. “It’s not what you know that makes the difference, it’s what you apply.” You'll learn
to take the necessary actions to trigger universal principles governing your
success that allow the right people and situations to be drawn to you.
“Business is nothing other than serving others materially in
the best possible way.” When truly serving others is at the heart of your
business motives, you have spiritualized your ambitions and triggered the
universal laws to help you succeed. This program is offered in San
Diego and Orange Counties by
Andrew Barden. Learn more about
him here. Read testimonials
Read more about
ULTRA Pro Coaching
Give For the Common Good
Among other laws of prosperity, giving at least 10% (after
taxes) of your personal income to non-profit organizations is a key law to
apply in your financial planning. Join us in learning how to share your
wealth with the most worthy charities both locally and globally... and how
to save on your taxes in the process. How your invest your money also
matters. We recommend only those investment funds that help companies whose
policies are governed by strict moral codes. Or maybe you have a favorite
charity that you'd like us to consider in our members' estate planning or corporate
giving? One simple way to donate to your favorite charity is to set as
your search engine:
Another way of looking at philanthropy is to see one's
business first and foremost as a means to be of service to humanity.
When large-heartedness is one's primary motive in business, one cannot help
but attain a large base of loyal clients. "Givers gain."
Our philanthropic philosophy stems from the
guidance of one of the greatest minds of modern time:
“We should make money by
serving, not only to get something for ourselves in return, but also for the
sake of acquiring money to use in creating institutions that will serve
public needs. When one has made a great deal of money by helping to make
others prosperous, and then uses that wealth for helping people to help
themselves in higher ways, that is spiritualizing ambition. It is only by
having ambition and crowning it with the ideal of service that materially
ambitious people will find a spiritual reason for making money. When we
serve others we serve ourselves. Instead of thinking, “I will help others,”
think, “I will help my own, I will help my world, because I cannot otherwise
should be chiefly service. Without that ideal, the intelligence that God
has given you is not reaching out toward its goal. When in service you
forget the little self, you will feel the big Self of Spirit. As the vital
rays of the sun nurture all, so should you spread rays of hope in the hearts
of the poor and forsaken, kindle courage in the hearts of the despondent,
and light a new strength in the hearts of those who think that they are
failures. When you become filled with the joy of making others happy by
giving them kindness and peace, in God’s eyes your life is a success.”
Contact us to discuss philanthropic missions both charitable and
Recommended Reading on
“Cultivating Change in Philanthropy: A working paper on how to create a
better future,” by Katherine Fulton and Andrew Blau, Monitor
“The 21st Century Foundation: Building Upon the Past, Creating for the
Future,” by Jed Emerson, BlendedValue.org, 2004.
"High-Engagement Philanthropy: A Bridge to a More Effective Social
Sector," published jointly by Venture Philanthropy Partners and
Community Wealth Ventures, June 2004.
“Note on Innovations in Philanthropy,” by Karen Jacobson and J.
Gregory Dees with Beth Anderson, SI-05, Stanford Graduate School of
“Virtuous Capital,” by Christine Letts, William Ryan, and Allen
Grossman, Harvard Business Review, March-April 1997.