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Are You "Inspired To Achieve More?"

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Are you ready to create the income you deserve, the connected relationships you crave, a healthy physically fit body, a rewarding and fulfilling career and a deep sense of passion and purpose in your life?

Are you having difficulty creating these things in your life and don't know whats holding you back?

Are you ready to be inspired to achieve these things and live the life of your dreams?

Join Coach Michael Taylor as he interviews Arthur J. Johnson about his new book "Inspired To Achieve More". Arthur will be sharing some key insights and wisdom that will inspire you to reach your full potential and he will provide you with some tools to support you in acheiving more in all areas of your life.

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Arthur J. Johnson – Keynote Speaker, Author, Consultant and Business and Life Coach has been in the “Potential Development” business for over 25 years. A former corporate Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and veteran of the United States Air Force, Arthur founded The VIP Group to help individuals and organizations discover, develop and deploy their "core" potential and translate it into enhanced performance and increased profits.

Arthur is a leading authority on leadership development and peak performance and works with organizations and individuals desiring to maximize their potential and produce the best in themselves and others. He also is the author of the best-selling book,” Ignite the Fire Within” and is recognized as a dynamic, engaging and impacting speaker and writer.

Arthur cultivates the energy for change, achievement and extraordinary performance and is known as an expert on Human Potential and Peak Performance.

 

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