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Extraordinary Minds: in a League of Their Own

Thanks to factors I won’t go into now, there isn’t much time;
so if you want some hugely valuable insights into how to blast your business – whatever it is – up to way beyond the next level, the best thing you can do right now is to click on the link above.

But alternatively, here’s a quick summary of the situation:-

This gathering, The League of Extraordinary Minds, certainly deserves the name that Rich Schefren and Jay Abraham have chosen for it. They have assembled no less than fifty-three of the finest expert minds in the business world,
for a six-week series of panel interviews, each almost two hours long, which are going to make history.

Nothing like this has ever been done before.

The sessions will be packed with uniquely original, highly innovative breakthrough approaches and fresh new ideas which business owners can start using right away.
The experts involved have the distinction of being THE absolute top minds in their fields.

But no one in these sessions is going to be selling anything. This is no pitch-fest. The content is going to be priceless, but access is free!

The first of these ground-breaking webcasts is on the subject of positioning.
It’s about the all-important business of:-
“Getting Customers To Choose YOU Over Everyone Else:
Leveraging Credibility, Believability, and Trust in Everything You Do”

And it’s today. At 20:00 (8:00pm) GMT, at least it is here in the UK.
If it’s going out at the same time all over the world,
that doesn’t leave you much time. So I won’t keep you here any more. I’ll be writing more in a future post.

But in the meantime, get over here quickly and register while you’ve still got a chance to get in.
If you miss it, there’s still a way you can recoup your loss, but you’ll see that when you get there.

Whatever your business field, if you can get in on this thing, I know you won’t regret it.

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