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F*R*E*E Teleclasses You Don't Want to Miss!

Ready to make some long needed changes, but aren't sure how?

Join Professional Success and Wellness Coach, Susan Creal for these F*R*E*E, teleclasses and finally overcome your negative beliefs you have and be free and open for an organized, successful life.

How to create an organized, successful mindset and eliminate those negative, self-defeating beliefs for good!
April 21, 2009 8:00-9:00 p.m ET


How to gain back control, clarity and organization in your business and life.
May 12, 2009 8:00-9:00 p.m. ET


About the Coach:
Susan Creal is known as a Success and Wellness Coach for Women Entrepreneurs because she knows first-hand how to overcome obstacles both personal and professional with using specific tools and techniques she uses in her own life and the hundreds of women she has coached over the years. She is the founder of Success Driven Woman, LLC, a company supporting women entrepreneurs and sales professionals in creating lasting change, a success mindset and unstoppable self-confidence.

Susan's coaching style is a no-nonsense; get it done approach, coupled with sincerity and compassion. As a licensed Wellness Coach, a Life Strategist trained in the Life Strategist theories and techniques of Dr. Phil McGraw, a member of IAC, ICF, Coachville, Well coaches and a graduate of Coach U's CEP program Susan is committed to her profession. With extensive coaching in the Anthony Robbins coaching style methodology, Susan can guarantee two things for your life...Massive Change and Massive Results! "It's all about change! Are you ready?" You can read what some of her raving fans have to say about working with her by visiting www.successdrivenwoman.com

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