Why Join a CEO Peer Group – Save Money

During a recent meeting with our CEO Peer Groups in DFW, I asked a few of our members to record a short member testimonial of why they are in our CEO Peer to Peer Advisory Groups. Jeff Stone of SERVPRO shared how he brought an issue to our group in a recent meeting, and that the insights he gained from the group will allow him to save $1.4 Million over the next seven years! This is just one example of why CEOs and business owners join our Renaissance Executive Forums Dallas peer groups.

Jeff is one of the many final decision makers who decided to join our CEO Peer Groups in Dallas. Here are some other reasons that successful leaders have joined our groups:


Experience and Insights – when you are facing something you have never experienced before, who do you turn to?

New Perspective – when you are not sure if you might be missing something, who helps you find out?

Reduce Isolation – it can be lonely at the top, but you do not have to do it alone.

Support and Encouragement – with so many people counting on you, who can you count on?

Peace of Mind – when something is just not feeling right, and you can’t seem to figure it out, where do you go?

Safe Place to be Real – when you need to get something off your chest and you don’t think anyone will understand, who do you talk with?

Enjoyment – when you make progress on something that no one else can see, who celebrates your accomplishment?

Unstuck – When you are feeling stuck, who helps you grow and move forward?

Space to Think – we all need time to clear our minds and make the right decisions.

Balance – when you are wrestling with all the demands on your time, where do you go to recalibrate?

Find your reason to join a CEO Peer Group in Dallas by filling out this contact form. Lets set up a time talk about your plans and goals.

Robert Hunt

“Committed to your Personal and Professional Evolution.”

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