Becoming An EO Member
Key Executive Forum Program
Spousal Forum Program
MyEO Youth Exchange
2018 Date Night / Cooking Class with Chefs Holtz
2018 Lunch & Learn: Simple Content and Search Engine Optimization Strategies
2018 EO - GSEA
2018 Rockefeller Workshop
2017 Holiday Big Bash
2017 Member to Member: Don't Do What I Did
2017 In the Locker Room with Coach Mack
2017 John F. Barrett Vision Awards
2017 Limos, Beers and Drag Racing
2017 EO Family Fun Picnic
2017 In the Jungle with Jim
2017 Wine Tasting Class and EO Calendar Reveal
2017 June Meet & Greet
2017 Boost Your Brainpower with Heidi Hanna
2017 March Meet & Greet
2017 Ping Pong Tables Don't Make a Great Company Culture. You Do.
2017 Walk Away Wealthy
2017 Leadershift Intuition
2016 Festival of Lights Christmas Social
2016 Gather Round the Guru
2016 Nov Meet & Greet
2016 What Big Brands Know with Gerry O'Brion
2016 MyEO: Private Helicopter-Yacht Tour of Chicago
2016 John F. Barrett Vision Awards
2016 Being Frank
2016 EOS Traction with Michael Erath
2016 Most Likely to Succeed
EO Cincinnati Blog
EO Global Blog
EO Global | Information
EO Global | Official Website
EO Global | Entrepreneurial Indicator
EO Cincinnati | Forums
Links of Interest
EO Global | MyEO
EO Office Depot Program
EO FILM EVENT:
MAN IN RED BANDANA
April 26, 2016
Envision Cinemas Bar and Grille, Blue Ash
I have been a member of EO for 12 years, and it has transformed my life and business, but more importantly it continues to do so.
Imagine a group of men and women who continually meet to learn, grow, and inspire themselves in their businesses, families, and communities, and then having the privilege to be a part of that group!
The R.O.I. for me is so huge it can’t be measured.
THE VALEN GROUP
I have had exponential growth as a person and a leader not just in my business but as a husband and a father because of my involvement in EO.
EO is a global organization for entrepreneur’s only who are like-minded peers from all over the world eager to connect and who want to learn and grow to become a better leader in all aspects of their life.
It's amazing to me the different industries and diverse backgrounds that are found in EO.
The challenges and triumphs of owning a small business bring us all together and create an amazing bond.
Being in professional sports, I wanted to be a part of a exclusive peer to peer group made up of business owners that operated with core values that included leadership growth, non-solicitation and confidentiality.
I found that and more in EO.
CAC By Design
I found EO surfing the web to try to find like-minded people to discuss business. I had no real peer group to have meaningful conversations about business, and in searching the web I stumbled onto the EO Network.
I attended a "Mock Forum" and after meeting a few of the members I decided to become a part of EO Cincinnati. The time investment and cost were major concerns. After being a part of EO for a year I have more time than ever and I have benefited more than 10 times my investment.
In EO I've found my people. I used to feel like I was the only one with this unique set of issues, I quickly discovered that EO-ers from all over the world can relate to me and I with them.
In forum I've got a trusted group of advisors that I can share anything without judgement in a safe confidential environment.
I've seen and done things all over the world that I would have never even dreamed of 8 or 9 years ago.
Refuel fighter jets in flight.... Check; Conversation with Ford CEO Bill Ford... check; Dinner with NFL and OSU legend Eddie George.... check Piloting a jet pack with friends in Key West.... check
AI SOFTWARE, INC.
I found myself at a point in my career where it was difficult to connect with others on a personal level - I always had my guard up in order to avoid being taken advantage of.
EO, particularly forum, is a place where we business owners can let their guard down and be real. It's a place where you know no one is trying to 'take' anything from you.
The people I have met through EO are the highest quality individuals that I have ever come across and I'm proud to call them my peers, mentors and friends.