Inner Circle

I’d Like To Invite You Into My Inner Circle

You can be a founding member of Ivan’s Inner Circle.  We listened to your comments and it is now strictly the webinar platform and Facebook Community coaching along with live events.  I’d love to see you there.

I am hosting a free Master Class called, Who’s In Your Network, on Thursday, May 2nd at 1 pm Eastern Time (10 am Pacific Time). For the time in your area go this this URL:

I hope you are able to attend because it includes very impactful content relating to building the “right” network of people. It is based on content from my book, “Who’s In Your Room?” However, this Master Class will focus on applying the concepts from that book into your personal network. During this experience, I will help you assess who is in your network (aka your life) and who should stay in it.  Nearly every business owner that has experienced some type of challenge will admit that the root of this trying time was because they let someone into their network that was not aligned with their values. Whether this person did poor work, created drama and angst, or simply distracted you from your focus – they ended up not being a positive influence in your life or in your group. 

I’m going to be sharing my solution to this in the free Master Class, Who’s In Your Network?

The quality of your life is a direct reflection of who is in your network. How you manage who you let into your network is very important. This webinar is free and you are welcome to invite your fellow members and friends to it.  The class is sponsored by Ivan’s Inner Circle which has recently been changed to focus exclusively on my educational content.  I’d love to see you there.

To participate, please register here:

2 thoughts on “I’d Like To Invite You Into My Inner Circle

  1. Hi Ivan, I am so excited to be a part of this community. I joined BNI in November 2018 in Florida. I have lived a givers gain life and this is a perfect fit. I wanted to jump on after listening to podcast 607 how to say no. I found this to be very successful when my kids were younger and they asked something that the answer was no. I would respond, thank you so much for asking, today I’m going to have to say no but I am so glad you asked. I have Found that I still use that same response with adults.

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