Entrepreneurs who need to claim their business, relationships invited to free Perfect Day Connect Workshop – October 20

October 18, 2017

Entrepreneurs who find themselves constantly overwhelmed by a never-ending to-do list and long workdays may be in need of a  lifestyle reboot. Charleston area entrepreneur Helen “Cokie” Berenyi is inviting business owners and entrepreneurs to a beta launch of her new program, Perfect Day Connect.

Attendees will get a first look at Perfect Day Connect in a workshop from 12:30-3 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 20 at The Harbor Club, 35 Prioleau St. in Charleston. There is no charge to attend and lunch is included. Space is limited and attendees should be willing to offer feedback following the event. Sign up by emailing [email protected] or calling 843-573-7277.

The workshop will be followed by a panel discussion on “Contribution Beyond Dollars in Devastating Times.” Panelists are Anita Zucker, philanthropist and chairwoman/CEO at The InterTech Group; Doug Warner, owner of Charleston Auction House and director media relation at the Charleston Convention & Visitors Bureau; Gail Lang, philanthropist and former executive at The Hershey Co.; Jamie Hough, owner of Redfish Mafia Charters. The discussion will be moderated by Jennet Robinson Alterman, president and CEO of J. Robinson Alterman and board chairwoman of the Women’s Rights and Empowerment Network.

All attendees are invited to stay after for a cocktail reception at 4 p.m.

Perfect Day Connect is an online course to help entrepreneurs create a richer life rooted in joy and freedom instead of stress and exhaustion. Berenyi is the founder of Alphavest, a leading provider of online, fee-only, investment management solutions. She also founded two nonprofits, therapeutic riding center Rein & Shine and She Climbs, which takes girls and young women on a mountain climbing trip to Mt. Kilimanjaro.

An entrepreneur herself, Berenyi understands the demands of owning and running a business and how easy it is for entrepreneurs to lose sight of why they went into business in the first place. She coined the term “Lifestyle Deficit Disorder” and created Perfect Day Connect to help business owners find a way to run their business instead of letting their business run them.

“For any entrepreneur who is tired, for any entrepreneur who has come to the end of their rope or for any entrepreneur who is seeking a better way, Perfect Day Connect is a lifeline,” Berenyi said.


Learn more about Perfect Day Connect and sign up for the wait list at www.perfectdayconnect.com.