Fresno, CA (PRWEB) July 24, 2010
“It’s time to quit being a member of a culture of complaint and become a partner in a culture of nice,” declares Winn Claybaugh, author of the award-winning and highly acclaimed book, Be Nice (Or Else!): And What’s In It for You.
Winn should know the value of being nice to others, having trained and worked with thousands of employees and consumers as the founder and co-owner of the school division for hair-care giant Paul Mitchell. A business owner for over 25 years with over 8,000 people in his organization and almost 100 Paul Mitchell School locations nationwide, Winn will speak on August 12, at 7 PM, at Paul Mitchell the School Fresno and be available for book signing afterward.
Join the staff and students of Paul Mitchell the School Fresno and discover why CNN’s Larry King calls Winn “one of the best motivational speakers in the country.” The author of Be Nice (Or Else!) offers insight and direction on how to:
-- Defuse people and handle someone who is mean
-- Implement a BE NICE culture in your home, workplace, and community
-- Be genuinely nice to everyone, including co-workers, family members, strangers, service providers, the elderly, and even people who aren’t nice to you
-- Be nice even while being written up for a speeding ticket, sitting in rush-hour traffic, or fighting the temptations of road rage
Most important, Winn asserts that nice guys do not finish last and implores people to take action. “Make a move, even if you’re not sure it’s the right move,” he says. “You’ll figure it out, and by making tiny shifts in your thoughts and actions, you’ll soon be building your own confidence and self-esteem, growing your circle of nice, healing your relationships, and making a difference everywhere you go.”
For additional information call Susana at 559-224-2700.
About Paul Mitchell Schools
At Paul Mitchell Schools, our teaching style is unique. We believe that education is an adventure and that the learning experience needs to be fun. When visitors tour a Paul Mitchell School, they notice something different—a positive learning environment everywhere they look. The culture within every Paul Mitchell School campus inspires confidence and success. Each school is a learning community that provides future professionals with the opportunities to develop essential skills while exploring their talents, passion, and creativity. Paul Mitchell School instructors—we them call them “learning leaders”—are trained to draw out the artist in every student and prepare them to compete in the real world. Rather than concentrate only on the basic training needed to pass state licensing board exams, Paul Mitchell Schools provide a well-rounded lifestyle education. Their experienced staff members are specially trained to help future professionals explore all of their creative and professional possibilities. For more information, visit http://www.PaulMitchellTheSchool.com.