BMA Houston May 16th Luncheon – Jeff Hayzlett

Business Marketing Association (BMA) Houston chapter May Luncheon will feature Jeff Hayzlett.

Building on the principles of his best-selling book “The Mirror Test“,  Jeff will discuss his new book “Running the Gauntlet” – taking you on a step-by-step journey down the road of positive change and teaching you how to take control of positive change within your company.

At this luncheon, learn how to:

  • Develop a “takeover” mentality to execute the right changes
  • Summon the vision and courage to drive and sustain the changes
  • Sharpen your mental and emotional focus for a lasting strategic change

Change is already happening all around you. The most dangerous move in business is the failure to make a move at all.

Wednesday, May 16,  11:30am – 1:00pm

Omni Westside

13210 Katy Freeway (at Eldridge Parkway)

Hear what Jeff himself has to say about this event and register online at www.bmahouston.com/mayluncheon.

I have seen Jeff live a number of times and every time I hear him, I take away something to implement.  You will not want to miss this event.

 

 

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