Cheetah Learning Dramatically Drops the Price of Its Popular Mastermind Course From $2,100 to $333 to Help Kick-Start America’s Economy

Michelle LaBrosse, CEO and founder of Cheetah Learning, says the secret to solving America’s economic problems is to unleash non-financial sources of capital—and that’s the idea behind Cheetah’s Mastermind course, which uses accelerated learning and project management techniques in a group setting to achieve what LaBrosse calls “amazing results.” For details, visit http://www.CheetahMastermind.com.

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Cheyenne, WY (PRWEB) October 16, 2012

The Cheetah Mastermind course usually costs $2,100 and serious business people who have taken it say it’s worth every penny. Now—for a limited time only—Michelle LaBrosse, CEO and founder of Cheetah Learning, is slashing the price to $333 to help create opportunities for America’s business community. Details can be found at http://www.CheetahMastermind.com.

“I'm doing this because the more people who learn how to band together with other small businesses to create more opportunities for each other, using the techniques taught in Cheetah Mastermind, the better off we all will be,” said LaBrosse, recognized internationally as one of the most influential women in the project management field.

The Cheetah Mastermind Facilitator Certification was inspired by Nishanto Kane, a Connecticut therapist who was featured in a YouTube video that went viral. “The Bear Meets Nishanto,” which has been viewed about three million times, can be seen at http://www.YouTube.com/channel/UC3B_9b_88SH2n8QKXX9Gbxg.

The Cheetah Mastermind course—a $2,100 value—is being offered at $333 for those who use the promotion code: nishanto.

“If you enjoy ‘Going for It’ with your own goals and helping others achieve theirs along the way, this program is for you,” said LaBrosse, a graduate of Harvard Business School’s Owner President Managed Program (OPM 35), a member of the Women’s President’s Organization, and Washington State CEO of the Year in 2006.

Participants in the course are taught how to use accelerated learning and project management techniques to guide a mastermind group to achieve what LaBrosse called “amazing results, fast.”

The online course takes six weeks.

“We do not need to let the external conditions of the economy, or whatever the government is or is not doing, dictate our success as small business owners,” LaBrosse said. “We are used to thriving under austere conditions of adversity, and we can create even more opportunities when we learn how to leverage all our non-financial sources of capital—which is the purpose of setting up a Cheetah Mastermind group.”

Here’s how it all started: “Two years ago, Nishanto Kane asked me to help her start and run a mastermind group,” LaBrosse said. “The idea of mastermind is you get together with other business owners to help each other generate more business. As the facilitator of that first group, we brought together 12 local small business owners.”

Kane described the experience this way: “What she did with us was rather amazing. While I am portrayed as a force of nature in this bear video, we all have this (potential) in us. I experienced this in our mastermind group with 12 other small business owners and budding entrepreneurs.”

Since that time, about 350 people have taken the course—with similar results.

“In Cheetah Mastermind, you learn how to leverage the other Cheetah mastermind members’ four non-financial sources of capital to help your business soar,” LaBrosse said. “You do not need government bailouts or loans. What you do need is to learn how to help others leverage your non-financial sources of capital so they do the same with you.”

For more information about the Cheetah Mastermind Facilitator Certification, visit http://www.CheetahMastermind.com or call (888) 659-2013. Outside the U.S., call (602) 220-1263. For a limited time only, the $2,100 course is available for $333 to those who use the promotion code: nishanto.

ABOUT: Founded in 2000, Cheetah Learning (http://www.CheetahLearning.com) has had more than 60,000 students go through its courses—including employees from nearly every Fortune 500 Company. Due to its proven accelerated learning methods with teaching project management, Cheetah was given the prestigious Professional Development Provider of the Year award by the Project Management Institute.