"Achieve Personal Breakthroughs In The Next 90 Days By 'Stealing' Proven Shortcuts From 16 Successful Entrepreneurs"

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16 of the world's top success experts have shared their best tips and techniques for the benefit of individuals in this 11-hour audio package. The Great Successful People Package shares ideas which cover boosting your confidence, building win-win relationships, strategies for reducing the fear of success, how to win in the job market and how to have a successful career (plus much, much more).

With Andrew Rondeau's background in Management and Relationship Building, he has instantly built up a rapport with 16 inspiring masters, so they open up, share their experiences and reveal their secrets of success for you. This new and unique 11-hour audio package has just launched at http://www.greatsuccessfulpeople.com.

"There is so much personal development advice available to us as individuals, how do you know what works and what doesn't?" says Andrew Rondeau, Personal Development Mentor. "You can waste so much time. However, the ideas, tips, techniques and strategies from these 16 Top Experts have been proven to work." He goes on to say, "Let's bust the myth that 'working hard' will make you successful'. It will not, not on its' own. You might work hard, but more importantly you need to ask for advice and use practical tips and techniques which have been proven to work."

Some of the experts included are:

John Kotter is widely regarded as the world's foremost authority on leadership and change and he has been rated the #1 "leadership guru" in America. Professor Kotter is the author of 15 books and total sales exceed two million copies.

Christine Comaford-Lynch is CEO of Mighty Ventures, an innovation accelerator which helps businesses to massively increase sales, product offerings, and company value. Bill Gates calls her "super high bandwidth." Bill Clinton has thanked her for "fostering American entrepreneurship."

Penelope Trunk the author of the phenomenally successful blog and book Brazen Careerist: The New Rules for Success. She is a career columnist at the Boston Globe. Her syndicated column has run in more than 200 publications.

Allan Leighton, one of the UK's top businessmen, is Chairman of Royal Mail Group and in his new book, On Leadership, he argues for the importance of common sense in business leadership. As well as his wealth of personal experience, Allan brings with him the advice of more than sixty top executives and experts who were interviewed for his book, from Rupert Murdoch to Martha Lane Fox.

Cameron Johnson is recognized as one of the most successful teenage entrepreneurs in the world. He has been featured in over two-hundred newspapers, magazines and television stations, and has his own book, You Call The Shots.

Steve Denning is the author of the acclaimed books, The Secret Language of Leadership and The Leader's Guide to Storytelling. Steve Denning was selected as one of the world's ten Most Admired Knowledge Leaders and in April 2003, he was ranked as one of the world's Top Two Hundred Business Gurus.

Leon Ho founded Lifehack.org in 2005, a blog on productivity and personal development, which became #40 most popular blog in the world.

Ben Casnocha is the author of the bestselling business book My Start-Up Life: What a (Very) Young CEO Learned on His Journey Through Silicon Valley, which the New York Times called "precocious, informative, and entertaining". PoliticsOnline named him one of the "25 most influential people in the world of internet and politics". BusinessWeek recently named Ben "one of America's top young entrepreneurs".

The Great Successful Package shares ideas which cover boosting your confidence, building win-win relationships, strategies for reducing the fear of success, how to win in the job market and how to have a successful career (plus much, much more).

Read more about the package at http://www.greatsuccessfulpeople.com

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