Winning – in Business and possibly in this iPad Sweepstakes!

In today’s business world, technology can certainly give you a big advantage on the road to success. I still believe that business is all about people helping people, but technology is critical in facilitating that process. It can also be freeing, allowing people to do their work from anywhere in the world. Have technology, will travel. Live video chats, teleconferences, and Skype calls are no longer the exception, but have become the norm around the world.

How productive and technologically advanced are you? I know it can be a challenging process to keep up with constant changes in technology! To support you in that process, I created a Sweepstakes! This Sweepstakes will award one lucky winner a NEW iPad. By entering the iPad Sweepstakes, you will automatically receive tips, ideas and lessons from me on how to go after what you want most. My goal is to inspire you to stay on the path to achieving your dreams, no matter what resistance you may receive from others …or from your Little Voice.

So, if you have not entered the contest yet, sign up no later than March 30th for your chance to win:

Good luck and Be Awesome!


PS: Due to legal restriction, the Sweepstakes is limited to US residents. I wish I could have extended it to everyone across the globe, but it was not possible.

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