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- Tuesday, Apr 13, 2021 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM CDT
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This event was available from Saturday, January 9, 2021 12:00 AM until the event start date.
Please join us virtually for the kickoff event to our Speaker Series with Isaiah Stanback!
With 2020 behind us and hope on the horizon, what do we as business owners do now? Some business continue to thrive because they responded to the pandemic by adjusting their business model or created a new idea to meet the needs of the community. But there are also businesses that seem stuck and are not sure how to respond or what to do next.
To help answer this question, we can't wait to welcome Founder & CEO of Steadfast Fitness and Performance, and former player for the National Football League, Isaiah Stanback. Isaiah will discuss how he is moving forward as a business owner following a struggling year, as well as his entrepreneurial journey and advice to entrepreneurs. Don't miss out on this actionable event!
A native of Seattle, Washington, Isaiah Stanback who is a frequent public speaker, most recently oversaught Community Engagement for the XFL Dallas Renegades. Additionally he is a wellness expert and the CEO/Founder of Steadfast Fitness and Performance – a personal training and performance facility in Lewisville, Tx. Currently Isaiah serves on the board for the Union Gospel Mission of Dallas. During his athletic career he played professionally with several teams including the Dallas Cowboys, New England Patriots and earned a Super Bowl championship ring with the New York Giants in 2012. A six-year veteran of the National Football League, he earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Washington and then a graduate EMBA from George Washington University. Isaiah currently resides in North Dallas with his wife, Natalie, and three children.