TEDx Baylor School Public Event September 16, 2017

For Immediate Release

TEDx BaylorSchool Holds Public Conference on Sept. 16

Student-Organized Event Will Showcase Local and Out-of-State Speakers

(CHATTANOOGA, TENN.) – Nearly 20 local and national speakers will share their ideas at the TEDx BaylorSchool conference on Saturday, Sept. 16. from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. in Baylor’s Alumni Chapel.  Tickets are on sale for $25 at www.tedxbaylorschool.com.

The theme, “Fast Forward: Past, Present, Future,” will challenge the audience to explore the past, assess the present, and invent the future. Eight of the 18 speakers who will present their ideas at the TEDxBaylorSchool event are traveling from various parts from the country, including Sam Feinburg, Executive Director of Helena Co., a global think tank in Los Angeles focused on executing projects that improve the world; Mike Micalowicz, Global Best Selling Author and small business growth expert; and Liz Kislik, president of Liz Kislik Associates, a firm management consultancy based in New York.

To access to the complete list of speakers and their topics, please visit http://tedxbaylorschool.com/speakers.html.

“Our goal for the TEDxBaylorSchool event is to put the extended Chattanooga community onto a trailblazing global activity map that is watched, shared, and discussed by the world’s top cognitive leaders,” said Liam Zhang, the event organizer and a Baylor School senior. “Through our theme, ‘Fast Forward: Past, Present, and Future,’ we aim to showcase how the different aspects of our world are changed and developed over time.”

Light snacks will be provided during the event and attendees will be free to leave campus for lunch. A shuttle service will run from the parking area to the chapel. Short breaks will be included throughout the event.

Tickets are on sale for $25 at www.tedxbaylorschool.com. A digital or hard copy of the ticket will be required at the entrance. For more information, go to the event website, www.tedxbaylorschool.com, or to the event’s social media pages. You can also find more information about the TED organization at www.ted.com.

Profit First Rises to Top Ten on Business Best Seller List

Posted: 07/14/2017 10:08 AM

Profit First, by author Mike Michalowicz, reaches #9 on the Worldwide ibook Best-seller list in the Business Finance category

Mountain Lakes, NJ (PRWEB) July 14, 2017

Profit First, by author Mike Michalowicz, hits #9 on the Worldwide iBook Best Seller list in the Personal & Business Finance category, just behind Steven Covey and Dave Ramsey who are long-standing best sellers. Profit First, a Penguin Publishing book, immediately hit the amazon best seller list when it was released in March of 2017 and has remained an amazon best seller since that time.

Profit First, provides small to mid-size business owners with a clear methodology to instantly and permanently make businesses profitable. The step-by-step process contradicts standard GAAP accounting. The simple method helps business owners manage day to day and long term finance without the need for an advanced understanding of Finance or Accounting. Michalowicz claims the average business owner can understand this method and manage profitability effectively by monitoring their bank balances and moving money in a prescribed way.

The method is used as the basis of accounting consulting in Michalowicz’s business Profit First Professionals, a worldwide organization of independent accountants and bookkeepers.

Michalowicz is a successful entrepreneur, business analyst and speaker who offers keynotes globally on profitability, marketing, branding and other business topics. His previous books include Surge, the Pumpkin Plan and, what Business Week deemed an instant business cult classic, The Toilet Paper Entrepreneur. More information about Michalowicz and Profit first can be found at MikeMichaowicz.com.

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