Business Golf: Young Execs Raising Kids

business-people-at-table.jpgI really enjoy talking to the next generation of junior execs and young business owners.  I like their energy and their willingness to listen to experience instead of the lessons they learned while getting their MBA’s.  I am very encouraged with most of them knowing that there is a bumpy road they will travel and the name of that road is ‘Raising Children’.

Yes, the number one problem amongst the next generation is the seemingly life stopping event called ‘raising a child or children’.  And is one of the big reasons why Business Golf is such a great opportunity for those young men and women who are finding it hard to hit the links after work or on weekends when they need to take care of their kids.

My mission is to help business people find ways to benefit their business while enjoying their family life.  And I espically want to help those young execs who feel they need to, or that their bosses require them to work 60 hours a week.

There are a large number of reasons I could go into that explains why people feel they need to work 60 to 80 hours a week…all of which are part of there being some bad management along the line, but I want go into that now.

What I want to go into is how junior execs can help their company, no matter what position they are assigned, by playing business golf during the week which frees up the time to take the kids to soccer or piano lessons after work.

The actual method of How To Play Business Golf is outlined in my book, but the bottomline is, each business should allocate the resources and make plans accordingly in their business plan for each employee to be a salesperson for that company…no mater their position.  Yes, even the receptionist or the shipping and receiving departments should be included in helping the business secure its customer base.  The best way to do that is to play business golf.

No, this is not a fantasy on my part.    If you don’t believe that is possible then the fantasy is on your part, because it works and works in a big way.  OF course, if you don’t want it to work it want, but it is not golf that is causing it not to work, it is just the decision to not use golf is what is causing Business Golf to not work.

Now, back to those youngsters and them raising their kids…It is tough with all that kids get involved with now days and all of what the school organize for a number of reasons, one of which I agree with and that is to help kids get ready for life.  I support parents and hope that one of the activities they will get their kids involved with is golf.  It definitely will help them in their life as well as their careers.

Parents want to and should be a part of the raising of their children and most parents make tremendous scarifies to making sure their kids get to do everything they are interested in doing while they are young.  But what about the parents.  There is so much they are not getting to do because the kids have to be ferried around after school and on the weekends.

When would a parent get time to play golf?  Well there is a lot of time during the week where playing golf can do their business good.  There are a large number of solutions available to anyone who REALLY wants to make it happen.  Even non-golfers who need to take a break can benefit from these business golf solutions.

The bottomline: Business Golf is a healthy way to release stress and tap into the large market of business decision makers who play golf….

Learn How To Play Business Golf and experience how golf can improve your business.  If you want to know more on what solutions golf can provide your business contact Innovative Business Golf Solutions…you will be surprised what options you have available.

Scot Duke,  President of Innovative Business Golf Solutions, provides over 31 years of corporate management experience to helping small businesses improve their marketing strategies. As author of: How To Play Business Golf, Mr. Duke outlines the steps to sucessfully using golf as a business tool.  To learn more about Mr. Duke, IBGS or to purchase How To Play Business Golf visit  http://innovativebusinessgolf.com

 

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