LIFE TEAM Customers
Posted by Orrin Woodward on November 10, 2011
Wow! What a week! I knew the LIFE TEAM launch was going to be explosive, but I had no idea the level of demand for our leadership materials in the marketplace. I have received numerous reports of car dealerships, school districts, colleges, etc, who are purchasing the LIFE materials. The consistent refrain from LIFE customers revolves around, “Finally someone has a turnkey method for teaching leadership skills into our organization at an affordable price.” Only one company in the world has two of the Top 30 Leadership Gurus and that company (LIFE) provides it’s information at a price affordable to everyone.
Leadership is the key difference between floundering organizations and thriving ones. If you run a business, what plan do you have in place to build the leadership capabilities of your community? The LIFE TEAM, through providing 4 CDs and a book for the ridiculously low price of 50 dollars, can help. Moreover, when a business has more than three customers, volume discounts kick in with LIFE’s buy three get one free program. LIFE is taking leadership to the people, focusing on improving lives, not just of the leadership elite, but everyone’s leadership!
By providing leadership training on a monthly basis, the principles sink in much better than a one time class. In fact, in my new book RESOLVED: 13 Resolutions for LIFE, I teach how to build and grow a leadership culture. Consistent messaging of the proper principles is one of the keys to building a leadership culture. LIFE provides the consistent messaging to help in creating the culture necessary to win in today’s ultra-competitive marketplace. Like Chris Brady and I said in our NY Times and Wall Street Journal best-seller, Launching a Leadership Revolution: Everyone is a leader in some capacity.
LIFE members do not miss this important part (and profitable part) of building your community. It’s time to reach 1 million people through the power of networking, leadership, community, and mentoring. Sincerely, Orrin Woodward