Dr. Steven Kirch
After retiring from a successful career as a manager and leader in high-tech, Dr. Steven Kirch brings his passion for helping small businesses to his clients. His goal is straightforward…to help serious small business owners generate more clients, close more sales, and increase their overall revenue and profits…quickly and inexpensively. He specializes in helping small business owners develop strategies to improve their results using time-tested sales and marketing strategies. Then together, they develop methodologies for the actual implementation of these strategies in their business.
Over the years, he has developed a keen understanding of the complex issues facing small business owners even in the face of today’s volatile economy. He has a special talent for helping business owners create competition-crushing marketing. He has been a certified facilitator of “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People™” for more than 20 years and uses that along with a variety of other tools to enable his clients to be more productive. Once a strategy has been defined, he helps his clients create custom approaches to bring them to fruition.
In addition, he is on the board of The Gratitude Network – a leadership development organization that works with social entrepreneurs around the world to enable the growth of these innovative companies that are changing the lives of children and youth all over the world.
Dr. Kirch has a passion for music and sings with The Fog City Singers (San Francisco). He has appeared on stage in theatrical productions at the Bankhead in Livermore and when not busy with music, you can find him on his bicycle or the golf course. He has been married to his wife, Donna, for nearly 40 years and they have two wonderfully intelligent and talented daughters who are making their way in the world.
Would you like to triple your leads, double your conversions and add $10,000-$50,000 to your revenue?
Many small business owners are frustrated because they just can’t seem to make the kind of money, they always dreamed would come with owning their own business. Using simple, time-tested strategies, I can help small business owners find more leads, convert more prospects, and uncover $10,000s to $100,000s in revenue for their business. You’ll come away with concrete actions you can make to take your business to the next level.
The PROtivity System
Do you ever ask yourself, “Where did my day go?”
The PROtivity System sets you up to increase PROfit, make daily PROgress, avoid PROcrastination, and feel like a PRO. This talk is an introduction to the system I have developed to help my clients achieve their dreams. We start with SMART goals, adjust focus, organize the to-do list, understand how to avoid distractions and procrastination, and then finish with building sustainable habits for the future.
Are you Productive or Just Busy?
So many small business owners and entrepreneurs are busy but not really productive.
Do you find yourself bouncing from task to task to get things checked off the list but not accomplishing the things that will really move your business forward and get results? This talk focuses on some simple steps you can take to avoid the busy-ness of chasing shiny objects.
PARTIAL LIST OF PREVIOUS SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS:
- Pleasanton Young Professionals
- NAPO (Natl Assoc of Productivity & Organizing Professionals) Northern CA
- Tri-Valley Executive Association
- SING (St. Isidore Networking Group)
- Rotary Clubs of Alamo, Benicia, Livermore, and Livermore Valley
“Just letting you know that we all LOVED Steven Kirch! He was, truly, one of our best speakers. He shared valuable information and was succinct and inspirational.”
~ Philomena Rambo, Program Chair, Rotary Livermore Valley
“Steve’s presentations and workshops are fantastic, as he speaks with passion and purpose! I have heard him present on several occasions and I consistently get clear takeaway action items, plus it was enjoyable! His experience and capability to connect with an audience diverse in age and professional background, made for time well spent for everyone.”
~ Kim Damiani, President, Pleasanton Young Professionals