New York, NY (PRWEB) October 09, 2012
Two weeks ago Nishanto Kane was living a quiet life in Connecticut; now she’s become an Internet sensation—all because she confronted a big bear that wandered into her yard. Kane’s courage inspired Michelle LaBrosse, CEO and founder of Cheetah Learning, to offer 10 percent discounts on three life-changing courses designed to help people face “The Big Bears” of life. For information, visit http://www.CheetahMastermind.com.
“It isn’t the external forces that will keep you from success with your most important projects,” said LaBrosse, who is recognized as one of the most influential women in the project management field. “Just like Nishanto used her power to protect the bear and her property, you too can learn how to reclaim your power.”
LaBrosse said that the online courses being offered are “Project Prosperity,” “Cheetah Mastermind Facilitator Certification” and “Failure is NOT an Option.” Here are details:
Project Prosperity – The difference between prosperity and poverty starts with mindset, explains LaBrosse. “You need to do more than program your brain with positive affirmations and have grand visions,” she said. “You need to take directed, effective, and consistent action towards achieving your goals and dreams.” The six-week online course explains how to use project management and accelerated learning practices to achieve goals.
Cheetah Mastermind Facilitator Certification – “If you enjoy going for it with your own goals and helping others achieve theirs along the way, this program is for you,” LaBrosse said. “Participants are taught how to use accelerated learning and project management techniques to guide a mastermind group to achieving amazing results, fast.” The online course takes six weeks.
Failure is NOT an Option: Avoid the Seven Common Mistakes that Can Derail Your Important Projects – “You start with taking charge of your day-in and day-out actions so that you can achieve your dreams at Cheetah speed,” LaBrosse said. “In this exciting, interactive one-hour online seminar, you will leave with an action plan you can put in place immediately to put your important projects on the fast track to success.”
LaBrosse said Kane was the inspiration for Cheetah Mastermind Facilitator Certification Training. Mastermind groups involve a small number of dedicated people who meet to cultivate business insight as well as generate opportunities for each other.
“Nishanto is an amazing woman with incredible presence,” LaBrosse said. “She invited me to run a mastermind group with her that became the basis for Cheetah Mastermind. This video is a testament to what is possible when you believe in yourself and your abilities to counter any challenge that appears.”
The 65-second video, titled “The Bear Meets Nishanto,” was posted Sept. 28 at http://www.YouTube.com/channel/UC3B_9b_88SH2n8QKXX9Gbxg. It has been viewed about three million times. The Connecticut resident explained the encounter this way: “I did not want him going in people’s yards as eventually he would be caught, tagged and—if he’s tagged too many times—euthanized.”
Kane describes herself as a small business owner who enjoys work and loves helping others. For the past 25 years, she has helped her husband in the family business: Kane's Country Market and Catering on Rt. 10 in Simsbury, CT.
“I have been blessed with good health, wonderful friends, great kids and grandchildren and a supportive and loving husband,” Kane said. “I am the lucky one. The bear is not. His home has been destroyed, and now he has to go find food in the yards of people who are afraid of him—or see him as a nuisance, a menace, a pest. Our well-being is tied to this bear’s well-being.”
Kane cares about the well-being of others, like when she saw small business owners around her struggling.
“I wanted to start a mastermind group to help us all out,” she said. That’s when she approached LaBrosse—and the rest, as they say, is history.
“What she did with us was rather amazing,” Kane said of her friend and mentor. “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.”
In addition to being CEO and founder of Cheetah Learning, LaBrosse is a graduate of Harvard Business School’s Owner President Managed Program (OPM 35), a member of the Women’s President’s Organization, and was named Washington State CEO of the Year in 2006.
For information about Cheetah Learning, visit http://www.CheetahLearning.com or call (888) 659-2013. Outside the U.S., call (602) 220-1263.
ABOUT: Founded in 2000, Cheetah Learning has had more than 60,000 students go through its courses—including employees from nearly every Fortune 500 Company. Cheetah was given the prestigious Professional Development Provider of the Year award by the Project Management Institute (PMI) because of its effective accelerated learning methods with teaching project management.