Executive Training

//Executive Training
  • OSSOL
    Learn how to be in control of your life and escape the “roller coaster” of doing well and doing poorly. Here’s a fact known for thousands of years: Your success and happiness is intimately connected with the people you choose to have around you. “The key is to keep company only with people who uplift you, whose presence calls forth your best,” wrote the Greek philosopher Epictetus. But for just as long, humans have wrestled with the riddle of, “How do you figure people out?” Well, the answer to this question is fully revealed in this course.
  • ADMIN

    Master the Use of the Administrative Scale and Flip on the Rocket Boosters in Your Life.

    You CAN accomplish BIG things and make your dreams a reality…IF you go about it correctly. Big goals require a lot more than a twinkle in your eye. There are 10 vital tools that, when MASTERED, enable you to confidently and competently achieve goals that would remain castles in the sky for most.
  • WIGL

    How to Enjoy Constant WINS in Your Life and Few Losses.

    Rarely do you meet someone who really has their life humming—who makes good money, who has a great marriage and family, and who is involved in helping his or her community—you know, really winning in life. But those people are out there and it makes you wonder…what really sets the “winning” minority apart from the “floundering” majority? These lessons give you the answer.
  • Level1

    Be a Powerhouse CEO!

    The title “CEO” might sound cushy, but that’s far from the truth. A lot rests on the shoulders of the CEO. A CEO is expected to be able to get to the bottom of any problem that might arise in the company. A CEO is expected to know how to devise and implement strategic plans that result in profitable expansion. A CEO is expected to know how to keep production rolling smoothly and efficiently. A CEO is expected to set, revise, and scrap company policies. A CEO is expected to maintain coordination between executives over each major area of the organization.
  • Level2

    Be a Powerhouse CEO!

    The title “CEO” might sound cushy, but that’s far from the truth. A lot rests on the shoulders of the CEO. A CEO is expected to be able to get to the bottom of any problem that might arise in the company. A CEO is expected to know how to devise and implement strategic plans that result in profitable expansion. A CEO is expected to know how to keep production rolling smoothly and efficiently. A CEO is expected to set, revise, and scrap company policies. A CEO is expected to maintain coordination between executives over each major area of the organization.
  • Level3

    Be a Powerhouse CEO!

    The title “CEO” might sound cushy, but that’s far from the truth. A lot rests on the shoulders of the CEO. A CEO is expected to be able to get to the bottom of any problem that might arise in the company. A CEO is expected to know how to devise and implement strategic plans that result in profitable expansion. A CEO is expected to know how to keep production rolling smoothly and efficiently. A CEO is expected to set, revise, and scrap company policies. A CEO is expected to maintain coordination between executives over each major area of the organization.