Do you refuse to settle
on one career?
Have you been through
several positions, and discovered new and different passions with each one?
Are you struggling to
make a success of your ‘not-so-normal’ career?
Would you like to find
a way to actually employ more of your talents?
Would you like to hear
how others are dealing with the challenges of being a multi-talented
I call multi-talented
people like you and I Genre Bustersâ„¢ because we’re trying to "do it
all" and we don’t fit just one genre or theme. You can read more about Genre Bustersâ„¢ here.
As a Genre Busterâ„¢ myself, I’ve learned that I deliver the best
results when I’m creating a workshop or program that focuses on what my
learners really need and want.
So, here’s my invitation to you.
JOIN ME August 22, 2006 at 1:00 P.M Mountain Daylight (2:00 Central,
3:00 Eastern, etc.) for a F*R*E*E Teleclass to
look at building "Successful Careers for Genre Bustersâ„¢"
D(["mb","If you are even the least bit interested in learning more about being\na Successful Genre Busterâ„¢,
DO THIS: Send a blank e-mail to \n\n\n\n\n\firstname.lastname@example.org\n
Later this week I will send you an e-mail with your official\ninvitation to the workshop and I\’ll ask for your input on the challenges of\nbeing a Genre Busterâ„¢.
REMEMBER: To get your personal invitation to\nthe workshop, send a blank e-mail to \n\n\n\n\n\email@example.com
Please FORWARD this information to other multi-talented professionals in your network.
Lyle Lachmuth MSOD, CDP, CRT(Hons)
The Unsticking Coachâ„¢
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//–>If you are even the least bit interested in learning more about being
a Successful Genre Busterâ„¢,
I will send you an e-mail with your official
invitation to the workshop and I’ll ask for your input on the challenges of
being a Genre Busterâ„¢.