Seven Pathways to a Wealthy Business – Free Audio and Invitation

I just spoke at the largest live event in my career–13, 000 people registered! What an honor to be invited. Last Thursday, Chip Conley hosted my “Seven Pathways to an Energized Business” teleseminar during the Enlightened Business Summit.

The Enlightened Business Summit Other featured guest speakers included NY Times bestselling authors such as Stephen M. Covey, and Tony Schwartz, plus CEOs like John Mackey of Whole Foods, Tony Hsieh of Zappos, and George Zimmer of Men’s Wearhouse.


While we are on the topic of energized businesses, let me share another opportunity that I hope you will seriously consider.

For a limited time, I am offering a special invitation to the FOCUS on Energizing Growth virtual mentoring program. This program will teach you everything you need to know to design a B2B business that consistently attracts new clients.

And when you sign up by this Friday, November 5, and use the coupon code SUMMIT10, you’ll save $1,500.00 off the six-month program membership price. You pay just $47/month for mentoring, resources, and planning tools! That’s less than a years’ worth of Starbucks.

Register for the virtual mentoring program now

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