Business Coach Aims to Help Homeless by Teaching Entrepreneurs How to Attract More Clients During Recession

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Through a special donation plan, U.S. business coach Terri Levine is killing two birds with one stone in her efforts to help victims of the recession get back on their feet. A percentage of ticket sales to a special seminar to be hosted by Levine will go towards the homeless living in tent cities all over the U.S. At the same time, she will help struggling business owners revitalize their businesses during the recession and create more jobs for those who need them.

A lot of them feel hopeless. They just don't know what to do. So I give them strategies that have been proven to work even in hard times like these.

One woman has made it her mission to help people revitalize their businesses during the recession while giving back to the organizations that feed, train, and support the homeless currently living in tent cities all over the U.S.

Terri Levine, the Biz Growth Guru, says she talks to entrepreneurs and small business owners every day who are struggling to stay in business. "A lot of them feel hopeless. They just don't know what to do. So I give them strategies that have been proven to work even in hard times like these."

Tent cities are a relatively recent phenomenon in the U.S. They have sprung up in places like Florida and Seattle, WA as more people have found themselves unable to pay their mortgages and facing foreclosure. "When I first heard of tent cities, I was shocked," says Levine. "It opened my eyes to the fact that people are really struggling."

Levine is now on mission to show entrepreneurs and small business owners how to survive and thrive in today's economy. That is the driving motive behind her upcoming Subscriber Appreciation Seminar on October 3-4 in Philadelphia, PA.

Levine will be teaching what she calls her Recession-Buster Profit Formula: How to Attract, Convert, and Retain Clients in This (or Any) Economy. "It's taken me more than a decade of in-the-trenches business experience to develop this. And now I'll be sharing it for the first time this coming October."

As part of her dedication to help the homeless, ten percent of ticket sales to her educational event will be donated to the organizations who fund and operate tent cities. Levine says the average person lives in a tent city for two and a half months. She'd like to see that drop to under two months. Says Levine, "The faster people can get jobs and get back on their feet, the better it will be for everybody."

About Terri Levine:
Terri Levine is a business coach and the bestselling author of a dozen books on coaching. She has been featured in Fortune, The New York Times and The Chicago Tribune. Retired at 41, Levine now coaches entrepreneurs to create seven figure incomes working no more than three days a week. To learn more about Levine's Subscriber Appreciation Seminar, go to: http://www.levinebusinesscoaching.com/appreciation/

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