(PRWEB) March 18, 2005
Prime Leaders announces a new program for entrepreneurs and busy professionals called ÂGetting out of OverwhelmÂ. It helps clients take control of their day before it controls them. The program is offered to entrepreneurs via the telephone and Internet.
Overwhelm seems to be a common theme for entrepreneurs. In April, the Association of Independent Information Professionals (AIIP) will hold its "Thriving Businesses in Challenging Times" conference in Tucson. One of the seminars will address working with a business coach. Entrepreneur Magazine recently featured an article called ÂWhy Entrepreneurs Should DelegateÂ. It explained how entrepreneurs feel the need to control all parts of their business and life.
Cheryl Vallejos, owner of Prime Leaders Community, explains why overwhelm is such a common theme: ÂBusy professionals are sometimes lonely at the top. They often need an experienced, certified professional to help them through tough decisions and get them to a new level of their business or life.Â
ÂGetting out of OverwhelmÂ is a one-to-one, 4-week coaching program. Prime Leaders Community is offering a discounted rate and free products and services for those that sign up by April 15, 2005. More information on this can be found at http://www.PrimeLeaders.com/time2
One client mentioned, "I've never felt so 'in control' of my schedule and time since I completed this program and my sessions with CherylÂ.
The mission of Prime Leaders Community is "to educate, inspire and encourage people to live to their highest potential by having courage, purpose, and joy, rather than fear, need, and obligation."
About Prime Leaders Community:
Cheryl Vallejos is the CEO and President of Prime Leaders Community and Endorse Success, Inc. She has over 22 yearsÂ management experience helping individuals and large companies grow and achieve success. Her company also offers the virtual Prime Leaders Community for dynamic achievers working to maximize profits, achieve their personal goals, and have more time. Visit their Web site at http://www.PrimeLeaders.com or call them at (520) 730-4456.