Best-selling business author coming to Nevada County Online Meetup
November 22, 2013
Jim Britt, self-made entrepreneur and best-selling business author, will speak at the Nevada County Online Meetup from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Nov. 26 at the Courtyard Suites, 210 North Auburn St. in Grass Valley,
An internationally recognized business leader, coach and trainer who is highly sought after as a keynote speaker for all audiences, Britt leverages his skills and experience as one of the leading experts in peak performance and human behavior to produce stellar results. He is pleased to work with small business entrepreneurs, network marketers and anyone seeking to rid themselves of their emotional baggage.
During the Meetup, Britt will share his expertise and his journey as an entrepreneur who went from losing everything to selling over 20 thousand books in one week. Topics to be covered include: how to deal with shrinking, slow or stagnant sales, when to consider a brand or marketing makeover, how to transform an online business to capture a larger market share and much more.
Author of numerous best-selling books and programs, some of Britt's many titles include "Rings of Truth," "Do This. Get Rich" for entrepreneurs, "Do This. Get Rich!" for network marketers, "Unleashing Your Authentic Power," "The Power of Letting Go" and "Cracking the Rich Code." Britt was recently named as one of the top 20 living success coaches.
Nevada County online (NCO) is the largest business Meetup group in Nevada County, with 354 members. This group is for online beginners and experts and everyone in between. All Meetups are open to the public. A $5 donation is requested. RSVP online at http://www.meetup.com/NevadaCountyOnline.
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