Entrepreneur speaks at Chamber luncheon


By Kelsey Keener
Iron County Today

CEDAR CITY–The Cedar City Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon was held Thursday at Southwest Technical College. Entrepreneur Craig Hulet was the guest speaker.

Chamber President Chris McCormick opened by thanking this month’s luncheon sponsor, Intermountain Healthcare, and welcoming new members Knights of Columbus Council 11246, Celebrity Method, Legacy Flooring Center, Employers Council and A&A Staffing Solutions. After a brief networking activity, McCormick introduced Joel Deceuster.

Deceuster discussed Intermountain Healthcare’s new Live Well Center in Saint George and participated in 30-second physical challenges with luncheon guests to help demonstrate the importance of health.
Following Deceuster, Hulet spoke on his experience as an entrepreneur and offered advice for small businesses. After discussing his background, Hulet offered what he has found to be the nine best practices for small businesses. These practices include things like the ability to listen carefully and different strategies for marketing and networking. Hulet also offered a perspective that he values.

“What you do every day is more important than what you do once in a while,” Hulet said.
Hulet also offered luncheon guests two pieces of his Focus Tool package, a 10 wants in 10 years list and an ideal week profile.

Following Hulet’s presentation, several door prizes were given out at the conclusion of the luncheon.
Council 11246, Celebrity Method, Legacy Flooring Center, Employers Council and A&A Staffing Solutions. After a brief networking activity, McCormick introduced Joel Deceuster.

Deceuster discussed Intermountain Healthcare’s new Live Well Center in Saint George and participated in 30-second physical challenges with luncheon guests to help demonstrate the importance of health.
Following Deceuster, Hulet spoke on his experience as an entrepreneur and offered advice for small businesses. After discussing his background, Hulet offered what he has found to be the nine best practices for small businesses. These practices include things like the ability to listen carefully and different strategies for marketing and networking. Hulet also offered a perspective that he values.

“What you do every day is more important than what you do once in a while,” Hulet said.
Hulet also offered luncheon guests two pieces of his Focus Tool package, a 10 wants in 10 years list and an ideal week profile.

Following Hulet’s presentation, several door prizes were given out at the conclusion of the luncheon.

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