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When Is Enough, Enough?

Written for EO by Frank Fantozzi, president and founder of Planned Financial Services, with offices in Brecksville and Beachwood, Ohio.  Many wealthy people are in the best financial shape of their life. Buoyed by the second longest bull market in history, the lowest debt ratio on their balance sheets and growing compensation, why then do… Read more »

Future First: Finding Opportunity in Global Challenges

Alice Mann’s latest book, Future First: How Successful Leaders Turn Innovation Challenges into New Value Frontiers is an important read for any business leader or entrepreneur who wishes to embrace global challenges as innovation opportunities. Like the EO members who are making an #EOImpact in their support of United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Alice believes that business leaders are… Read more »

Lessons Learned from Mike Koenig on EO 360

Written for EO by media maven and entrepreneur Michele Matthews-Morancie (pictured at left).  As an entrepreneur who co-owns and operates two companies and has a background in journalism and communications, the EO 360° episode “Mike Koenigs: Media Man” struck a chord with me. The episode touched on the life, career and current path of Mike Koenigs—a 13-time best-selling author, serial… Read more »

Joel Gandara: 6X the Value of Your EO Membership

In support of its vision to create the world’s most influential community of entrepreneurs, Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO) encourages new ways of inspiring entrepreneurship through education and experience sharing. One motivated EO member and enterprising parent has taken it to a new level with his commitment to raise the next generation of entrepreneurs in his own home! Joel Gandara is an EO… Read more »

Hyper Targeting Makes the Most of Your Budget

  The right data lets you personalize your message, no matter what your market. Consider this example out of the tourism industry from Morgan & Co., a media agency owned by EO Lousiana member Eric Morgan.  A Millennial, a Gen Xer, and a Baby Boomer walk into a swanky hotel bar. They sidle up to the three feet… Read more »