A lot of things get me out bed in the morning. And frankly, many nights I'm too excited or idea-filled to even sleep because I'm looking forward to the next day. But, I'll spare you my thoughts on optimism, leadership and motivation and instead promote a company and product that I believe in: Rapport.
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It's a focused, three-hour program that will ignite and invigorate you. I know, I know, many of you despise "self-help" seminars and books. Sure, some are cheesy. But, as someone that reads many of the leadership books and attends at least a few seminars each year, I assure you that you'll find value and be satisfied with Rapport.
I realize that this blog is a bit of commercial. So, do with it what you will. I'm suggesting, though, that you to dive into Rapport. Many at OnMilwaukee.com have benefited from it and now that the program is coming to Milwaukee we're hoping that you'll choose to attend.
Click here or call (800) 989-0715.
Downtowner | Aug. 26, 2009 at 11:33 a.m. (report)
$50/hour for training is a pretty good deal. Don't knock it until you try it.
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