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Sep 5, 2012

September 2012 MVP Lifelong Learning—Subscribe Today!

MVP Lifelong Learning blends training and motivational topics delivered by experts and key leadership through CDs, books, and more on a monthly subscription program.

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Your September 2012 subscription offering includes:

  • “Who Is Guiding Your Boat?” by Scott and Sue Olsen, Presidential Black Diamonds
    Scott and Sue Olsen discuss the importance of three critical elements to your business—vision, passion, and belief. In this audio, Scott and Sue guide you through the process of taking control of the direction your boat is headed in.
  • “It All Starts Little” by Charlie and Debbie Kalb, Royal Black Diamond Executives
    Charlie and Debbie Kalb reveal how starting little has led to something much bigger.
  • “The Journey Is Worth It!” by Gina Merritt, Crowne Black Diamond Executive
    Listen in as Gina Merritt speaks from the heart and shares the incredible success and blessings she and her family have had through MonaVie. Gina also shares key insights into business building and capturing your dreams.
  • “Roots and Wings” by Dallin and Karree Larsen
    “My parents gave me roots and wings, not loot and things,” explains Dallin Larsen, Founder, Chairman, and CEO of MonaVie. In this presentation, Dallin explores the history of MonaVie and gives the listener a peek at the future. Savor the excitement and enthusiasm as Dallin passionately explains what you can expect for the future.
  • “The Three P’s of Success” by Henry Marsh
    Henry Marsh, Founder and Vice Chairman, discusses the three Ps of success: Purpose, Passion, and Perseverance. Peppered with personal stories and insights, Henry discusses how achieving success comes through discovering the power of these three P’s.
  • Book of the Month: The Richest Man in Babylon by George S. Clason
    What can a book written in the 1920s tell modern investors about their finances? A whole lot if it’s George Clason’s delightful set of parables that explain the basics of money. “This is a great read for a graduate or for anyone who seems baffled by the world of finance and a wonderful, refreshing read for even the most experienced investor,” reports the Los Angeles Times. Clason’s timeless classic will expand your understanding of personal finances and how to grow your wealth with the success secrets of ancient Babylonian parables.




    Includes 4 CDs


    Includes Basic subscription items, plus: Bonus disc and book of the month

    Click here to learn more about this monthly subscription program tailored for your personal enrichment and professional success.

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