Sat, June 13, 2020
9:00 AM – 1:00 PM CDT
If you’ve been thinking about doing business for yourself or launching your own company but feel stuck, this course can kick-start your entrepreneurial journey. Business coach Adele Foster will help you take what you already know to put it into a business that will help you prosper and grow.
In line with the famous Chinese proverb, “The journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step,” this program is designed to help you with that first step. Throughout this course, you will learn how to:
Successfully start the business of your choice.
Types of business and how to register your business (DBA, C-Corp or LLC).
Obtain an Employer Identification Number.
Get a resale tax ID number from the state of Texas (if you’re retailing a product).
About the speaker
Adele J. Foster-Glenn, founder and CEO of Aquarius Creations Publishing Consultants, helps people discover who they were created to be beyond their setbacks, hardships and personal challenges. She has enjoyed two decades of thriving experience as a business coach, author and speaker, changing the lives of entrepreneurs. Over 25,000 students and entrepreneurs have started and grown their businesses with her courses and mentorship.
Adele focuses on inspiring people to move past obstacles that contribute to setbacks. Her business coaching success draws from her experience as a business-course developer, adjunct instructor, and Small Business Development Centers and micro-lending consultant.
A former Toastmaster president and business columnist, she is also a published book author. Her best-selling titles include “The Healthy Woman – Inside and Out” and “Do It First, Do It Right, Do It Better, Do It Now! The Road Map to Entrepreneurship.”
Through her publishing and speaking company Aquarius, Adele helps provide a “voice” to those who want to launch profitable speaking careers and author books. Among her accomplishments, she also spearheaded the first Women’s Business conference in Plano, Texas.
The LiftFund Dallas/Fort Worth Women’s Business Center is funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration.