Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) October 11, 2006
Some of the nation's leading business experts are slated to speak at "The University of Freedom" seminar this month. The seminar's focus is on giving both adults and youth highly advanced success skills they can use throughout life in almost any situation.
The seminar is designed to help sales professionals, entrepreneurs/small business owners, executives, and youth who want to learn advanced life skills early. Details are online at http://www.thesuccessmechanics.com.
"You can spend a lot of money going to business workshops and walk away with nothing more than some tactics on how to make money one particular way. With our Success Mechanics event, we work to teach participants professional life skills at a highly advanced level that can be employed in their own business, on their current job, or just in the pursuit of a more meaningful life," said Thom Scott, creator of the seminar.
The University of Freedom seminar will include Scott and a host of world-class speakers -- Bob Proctor, a high school dropout who earned millions; young entrepreneur Cameron Johnson, who made his first million dollars before graduating high school; Bob Rathbun, the Emmy Award winning sports announcer; and speakers; Patricia Fripp, a noted coach for sales people; Bob Burg, an expert on business relationship leveraging; and more.
"We pack both days of the seminar with step-by-step, nuts and bolts information that will help anyone gain more freedom in their lives, careers, and financial future," Burg said.
Topics for the seminar include:
- Presentation Skills - Using the most effective communications to sell your products,services & ideas
- Powerful Referral Generation Systems
- Systems for consistent progress and staying on track
- Leadership - Attracting and motivating a superior team
- Winning Without Intimidation - Become a master persuader
- The Mind Game - step-by-step method for overcoming self-sabotage
- Managing Emotions - learning to bounce back from any setback.. and more.
- Entrepreneurship -- Creating multiple sources of income to quickly fill your bank account, even if you love your existing job and never want to leave it.
Scott, who was VP of Marketing for a Fortune 1000 company, now chooses to consult with growth-oriented businesses and home school his 6 children. He is passionate about having teenagers participate in learning these highly advanced skills,right along with the professional audience, stating, "Too many people underestimate the ability of kids to learn these skills and apply them to their lives. I want my children, and others, to gain the advantage of learning from our experience and get on the path to being great employees or entrepreneurs from the start."
Scott further noted that these skills, which The Success Mechanics teach, have even been used by some teenagers to set up passive businesses that grow to fully finance their college educations.
The Atlanta seminar is the first of several planned nationally to include Orlando, Dallas, Chicago, Philadelphia and Los Angeles. The Success Mechanics donates 5% of event profits to Junior Achievement in each state where an event is held.
Contact: Thom Scott
Burg-Scott Communications, Inc.
561 714-7151 - cell