The Entrepreneurs’ Group (EO) has been serving to entrepreneurs obtain transformational development since 1987.

Our member community is dedicated to studying and serving to one another succeed. However this community of help and development goes past members. It consists of the lots of of workers and chapter directors who assist  the group run. Beth Chernick was EO New York’s chapter supervisor from 2003 to 2020. She shares her EO journey right here. 

I had a completely great 17-year run with EO.

My EO journey began in March 2003 after I was employed by then chapter president, Damon Gersh, and his board. My first EO project was to work at a studying occasion hosted by co-learning chairs, Jason Englander and Larry Zogby.

The speaker was Erin Brockovich, the well-known activist and topic of the extremely acclaimed film made in 2000, bearing her identify. On the venue, I used to be seated on the registration desk checking off names and assembly EO members for the primary time. Everybody was so pleasant. Erin’s presentation was fascinating (if you happen to’re not conversant in her story, it’s value trying out). I bear in mind going residence and considering, “Wow, that was cool”! It was my first sip of the EO Kool-Support.

Just a few months later, in Might, I attended my first EO International Management Convention (GLC), the annual coaching convention. Every thing about it was top notch–distinguished keynote audio system, peer-to-peer studying and over-the-top dinners and socials at unique entry venues.

Better of all, I met so many members, workers and my colleagues from around the globe. All of the whereas, my head was spinning with EO lingo, acronyms and new ideas. I knew I used to be experiencing one thing particular and I used to be in my factor.

Little did I do know that a number of years later, as I established myself in my function as EONY chapter supervisor, I’d be requested to facilitate the educational monitor for my colleagues at three subsequent GLCs. I used to be humbled and honored.

In my 17-year tenure, EO has enriched my life in methods I by no means imagined.

Working behind the scenes with 13 EO New York chapter presidents and 17 chapter boards, liaising with EO board members and workers, studying from knowledgeable audio system and touring the world to attend regional conferences and EO Universities—all have been superb, life-changing experiences.

I’ve grown tremendously, each professionally and personally. How can one not develop when surrounded by entrepreneurs and “leaders of leaders”?

Most essential to me are the priceless friendships I’ve fostered—the EO bond that all the time welcomes with open arms it doesn’t matter what, the bond that by no means breaks. EO members and households turned my prolonged household.

As many have performed over these previous a number of months in quarantine, I’ve mirrored on what’s most essential to me at this level in my life. Life is brief, and there may be extra I need to accomplish. And so, it’s time for me to comply with my coronary heart to new adventures.

It has been a beautiful journey, an honor to serve you all. I’ll treasure my EO years and friendships all the time. Thanks to all who’ve supported me through the years. You might be close to and pricey to my coronary heart all the time. Final, however actually not least, an enormous thanks to my pricey good friend and long-time EONY member, Jack Kassel, who launched me to EO so a few years in the past. I’m endlessly grateful.

I sit up for our paths persevering with to cross.

– Beth Chernick 

P.S. Keep in contact! 

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