Join The 20/20 Boardroom
... and discover you're not alone!
20/20 - Clarity for you and your business
Experience exceptional peer support
The chance to clearly define your issues
Be held accountable
Share your successes
And just think BIGGER!
Join David Floyd and a "team" of like-minded entrepreneurs who will help transform your business?
Joining The 20/20 Boardroom is a critical first step in getting you to the next level.
At First On The Beach we understand business – the pressures, the unique opportunities and the sheer hard work required to pull it all together.
The 20/20 Boardroom provides a professional, supportive and totally confidential forum in which you can address the significant issues you face every day.
Join The 20/20 Boardroom to be challenged, to improve your bottom line, to renew your passion, and to support and be supported in your quest to build a business that will not only thrive but, ultimately, can run without you – now that’s real FREEDOM!
Why The 20/20 Boardroom Might Be Just What You Need
Get Professional Feedback
Being a business owner can be lonely. We make decisions in the quiet of our offices, we connect with people behind emails and avatars. We don’t discuss new projects with our team, if we have one, because they’re focused on activity… not creating the vision.
But, in The 20/20 Boardroom you get to pitch your ideas to people who understand what’s going on in your world, because it’s their world too. Everyone in your group has access to a different skill set and network of people and resources. They’ll give you immediate feedback that’s based on solid experience. They’ll offer different perspectives which, whether you agree or not, will ensure you make truly informed decisions.
Learn From Someone Who’s Already Done It
There’s no better teacher than one who’s already where you want to be. They’ve made the mistakes and, while that’s no guarantee you won’t make your own, you’ll get guidance on how to navigate the path ahead.
Clearly Define Your Issues
The biggest transformational changes in business don’t come from immediately seeking solutions, but by first clarifying the underlying problems. Our 20/20 Boardroom forums force you to define your business and personal issues clearly enough so you can explain them to someone else. Often this process itself reveals the most appropriate solutions, while helping your Boardroom colleagues to define their problems can also bring clarity to your own situation.
Share Your Successes
There’s nothing more deafening than the silence of celebrating a victory alone.
Be they big or small, sharing your successes with a group that has a genuine interest in your success is very satisfying. Your fellow group members know your story and want to be part of the celebration. Why? Because they’ll have been on the journey with you! Plus, you’ll also share in their stories and successes – from the small to the truly transformational.
In the early days of business ownership, it can be exciting to have no one to report to, no one to tell you what you can or can't do, no one to tell you when something must be done. But after a while the motivation to complete your projects can change, your self-discipline can slide.
Your ‘why’ might still be strong but, if you reach a plateau, it’s easy to become complacent. That’s tough to do when you belong to The 20/20 Boardroom. You’ll be held accountable to the goals you set, to the undertakings you give. Simply knowing you have a regularly scheduled meeting with your peers will drive you to make real progress.
The 20/20 Boardroom is like having an objective board of directors, a team of success coaches and a peer advisory group all rolled into one. It’ll do wonders both for your business and for you, personally. You can't help but think bigger and stretch beyond your boundaries when surrounded by amazing people doing amazing things.
Growing within a group is not only more effective, it’s also a lot more fun!
But, a word of warning…
Being part of The 20/20 Boardroom requires commitment, confidentiality, a willingness to both give and receive ideas and advice, and to support each other with total honesty, respect and compassion. Boardroom members act as catalysts for growth and transformation, play devil’s advocate and are supportive colleagues.