Join Us October 9-10 on “The Road To Recovery”

For many B2B executives and business owners, the economy has created a lot of confusion, chaos, and paralysis.

The economic indicators don’t reveal the answers like they used to.  Clients are less loyal than ever. Previous business models for generating income have become obsolete.

As a result, the dreams of taking your business to new heights never materialize because not enough people know about who you are and what you can offer.  And you’re frustrated because you’re just not getting the traction you expected.

The good news is that you have choices. You can either stay paralyzed and hope things improve on their own accord, or you can gather ideas, inspiration, and feedback to get you on track and keep you there. You have the ability to define your future and build a plan that is empowering, practical, and simple.

The Road to Recovery  Retreat is the first step to help you choose powerfully. It will provide you with confidence, structure, support, and accountability.

Please join me and other growth companies October 9-10, 2009 in Rancho Santa Fe, California. “The Road to Recovery Retreat” is guaranteed to accelerate your 2010 growth plan. 

P.S. If you are not certain whether this is right for you, just complete the application and I’ll get back to you.

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