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No Risk. No Reward! Creating Breakthrough Performance and Opportunities

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On-Demand Webinar | (Recorded)
Member Price:
$89
Non-Member Price:
$99

Recorded September 18, 2014

Following this webinar, you will: 

  • Recognize the absolute necessity and benefit of taking appropriate risks in business and life.
  • Identify and mentally prepare for the 4 factors you must fight when evaluating your next step.
  • Learn 5 valuable principles for taking risk, including steps to take to motivate yourself and how to gain buy-in from others whose help you may need/want.
  • Identify and eliminate the excuses holding you back, and begin a plan to add more risk in your life to accomplish your goals. 

BONUS Handout: No Risk, No Reward: Your Guide to Creating Breakthrough Performance and Opportunities

Hot Tip: Learn the striking difference between being indispensable and being invaluable. Don’t just believe that your boss “can’t do without you”. To become invaluable, you need to demonstrate your extraordinary commitment to the job, as well as your professional competence. 

Biography: Sandy Geroux is a former Administrative Professional turned award-winning salesperson. She began a sales career in 1995 and quickly built her business to top-producer level. In 2000, she became a national speaker, trainer, author and coach, achieving her life dream. After 15 years of holding herself back from her full potential, Sandy learned to take calculated risks in the face of fear, which was a major turning point in her life.

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