Reinvention: How to Make the Rest of Your Life the Best of Your Life

By Brian Tracy | Go to book overview

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Brian Tracy—Keynote Speaker, Consultant, Seminar Leader—is a successful businessman and one of the top professional speakers in the world. He has started, built, managed, or turned around 22 different businesses. He addresses more than 250,000 people each year throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia, and Asia.

Brian’s keynote speeches, talks, and seminars are customized and tailored for each audience. They are described as “inspiring, entertaining, informative, and motivational.” He has worked with more than 500 corporations, given more than 4,000 talks, and addressed over 4,000,000 people.

Some of his talks and seminars include:

Leadership in the New Millennium—How to be a more effective leader in every area of business life. Learn the most powerful, practical leadership strategies ever discovered to manage, motivate, and get better results than ever before.

21st Century Thinking—How to outthink, outplan, and outperform your competition. Learn how to get superior results in a fastmoving, fast-changing business environment.

The Psychology of Peak Performance—How the top people think and act in every area of personal and business life. You learn a series of practical, proven methods and strategies for maximum achievement.

Superior Sales Strategies—How to sell more, faster, and easier to demanding customers in highly competitive markets. Learn how to sell higher-priced products and services against lower-priced competitors.

Brian will carefully customize his talk for you and your audience. Call today for full information on booking Brian to speak at your next meeting or conference. Visit www.briantracy.com, phone 858–481–2977, or write Brian Tracy International, 462 Stevens Avenue, Suite 202, Solana Beach, CA 92075.

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