Sunday, July 3, 2011

Get Connected Make Wealth Happen July Newsletter

Get Connected Make Wealth Happen!Newsletter
Canada Job Expo July 6th 10;00am- 3:00pm for details
New Speaker added Hirantha Nandasena Author of Success in Toronto


FREE 8 Lesson Audio program  on the 7 Goal Achievers steps and we are using it the generate leads to Goal Achievers FREE breakfast Mastermind sessions

Jim Pagiamtzis available for speaking engagements!

Looking for a dynamic speaker , corporate event, conference, convention, annual-general, sales, golf tournament, summer picnic or monthly meeting? Look no further! I present a variety of marketing keynotes, workshops, lunch ‘n’ learns and webinars.  for details

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Get Connected Make Wealth Happen !  
Event space available for workshops, event, meeting Bloor and Bathurst area email jim@pagiamtzis for details (serious enquires only) Parformance Training System
Interested in teaching this to other. email for more information
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About Get Connected Make Wealth Happen!

Published Author, Speaker and Elite Entrepreneur Jim Pagiamtzis is the founder of Get Connected Make Wealth Happen! has been articles published online by Toronto Public Library Small Biz Express, Centennial College, Linking People and Entrepreneurs,How's Business blog (Staples Business Depot) and Metro  Printed articles for FedEx Freight Canada (Newsletter) Centennial College Ascent Magazine. Has been on That speaking on How to become Networking Success.

Jim Pagiamtzis in 5 years has successfully leveraged his written articles into speaking all over the GTA from consulting with Burkert Fluid Control, Enterprise Toronto, Career Door, Skills for Change and Trios College. Has delivered keynote for Monarch Park Collegiate spoke on 3 keys task to success and How to attract a Mentor. His dynamic speaking style has empowered and inspired his audience to learn, do and apply his simple and effective Parformance Selling System. Jim has also volunteered with Junior Achievement in Toronto on "Economics of Staying in School"

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