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How Go-Givers Build Strong Teams with best selling author John David Mann -- recorded leadership program

Are you a Go-Getter or a Go-Giver?  Which approach is best for building transformative teams?

Most are familiar with "Go-Getters".  They make things happen.  They don't wait for things to go their way, they create circumstances that go their way.  This approach is very "yang" or forceful in it's thought pattern.  In the West, Go-Getters are often times seen in a favorable light.  And yet, many Go-Getters experience difficulty building strong teams.

Contrast the Go-Getter approach with the Go-Giver approach.

Being a Go-Giver means you add value to others in a way that helps them significantly while at the same time increases your own sense of joy and improves your bottom line, both in your business and your personal life.

Go-Getters are "me focused" and in the worst case scenarios become "Go-Takes", someone who feels entitled to take, take, take without ever adding value to the relationship or the process in any way.

Go-Givers are "other focused."  A Go-Giver has the ability to take one's eyes off oneself in order to focus on contribution and adding value to the lives of others.

Go-Givers build teams that naturally contribute and add value.  Teams built upon the Go-Giver principles Go-Giver will outperform all other teams.  Best of all, team members on a Go-Giver team will be happier!

How does one become a "Go-Giver" and build teams based on the Go-Giver principles?

The answer to the above question will be supplied by my special guest in this live and interactive TeleSeminar.

My guest will be John David Mann who is the co-author of the international best seller The Go-Giver -- A Little Story About a Powerful Business Idea

John has been writing about business, leadership and the laws of success for twenty years.  He really does know what it means to build and lead teams and has been doing it for a long time (he created his first business as a teenager!).

John_david_mann In the past few years John has worked with Paul Zane Pilzer (my favorite economist) writing The Next Millionaires, with Jeff Olson writing The Slight Edge and with John Assaraf and Murray Smith writing The Answer.  John is also the coauthor of You Call The Shots:  The 19 Essential Secrets of Entrepreneurship.

This TeleSeminar will be interactive - - you'll be able to talk with John and ask him your questions directly (or send them in as text).  It's "just in time" training and development! 

Call Details


How Go-Givers Build Strong Teams


Wednesday  May 18, 2011


Starts at 12 noon  Eastern (NY City time zone)
runs for 60- 70 minutes


John David Mann, Coauthor of "The Go-Giver"

Tom Heck, President & Founder of the IATF


CLICK HERE to register.  It's FREE.  Registration closed.


Come to the call ready to participate in small group discussions, share ideas and resources, ask questions, answer quick polls, and be fully engaged as we put the newest distance learning telephone conferencing technology to use!


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Click on the link below to download a one page PDF of the "5 Laws of Stratospheric Success".

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CLICK HERE to navigate to the Go-Giver website where you can download a FREE chapter from the book.


CLICK HERE to access previous recordings of the authors.



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