Guy Kawasaki on March 8 – Join Us and Win His New Book

You’re invited to an exclusive teleseminar on March 8

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If you are tired of investing in dead-end social media ventures, long sales cycles, and stalled project launches, this session will help.

Guy Kawasaki, long-time entrepreneur, venture capitalist, and nine-time bestselling author will be sharing his time- tested guide to winning hearts and minds in a crowded, over-connected business world.

And if you register now, you might win a copy of Guy’s newest book, Enchantment (a $26.95 value).

What makes this teleseminar really enchanting?

I am donating a portion of the proceeds to one of Guy’s favorite charities, the International Justice Mission. Please help them win the hearts and minds of citizens and governments worldwide. IJM is committed to securing justice for victims of violence and oppression.In light of recent events in the Middle East, Africa, and even the United States, your contribution really matters.

Click here to learn more and reserve a seat: And hurry – the low registration fee of $39 expires on February 21.

Thank you for helping us change the world.

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