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phone: 215.504.9188
email: lynn@designstogrow.com

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Come enhance your knowledge, confidence, leadership ability and skills by joining the Morning Meetings Business Series. Invest in yourself and your people by signing up now.

“Your results can only be as good as you are!”

Pricing Details:
Payments can be made via credit card through paypal by clicking on the "add to cart" button for each product (a paypal account is not needed). If you choose to pay by check, please email Lynn here for payment instructions. Send payment to:

Designs to Grow
2007 Silverwood Drive
Newtown, PA 18940

Packages:

Morning Meetings Series iII:

Option 1 - $399 - one dial in number and six morning meetings
Option 2 – $999 - three dial in numbers and six morning meetings
**** For addtional options for your group, please contact Lynn at 215-504-9188

Here’s what your package includes:

  • Participation on teleconferences with speakers, authors, coaches and experts in the field of personal and professional development
  • Recordings of all calls so that even if you miss a meeting, you will get the information to listen to at your convenience (This is subject to speaker’s approval to be recorded. All speakers so far have agreed)
  • You will also receive a minimum of 6 morning meetings

Remember….For many people, learning new skills is just as important as the money they make.  In a study by Linkage, Inc. more than 40 percent of the respondents said they would consider leaving their present employer for another job with the same benefits if that job provided better career development and greater challenges. The National Center on the Educational Quality of the Workforce (EQW) found on an average, a 10 percent increase in workforce education level led to an 8.6 percent gain in total productivity. On the other hand a 10 percent increase in the value of equipment only increased productivity 3.4 percent