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Keynoters Announced for the LCT International Conference in Las Vegas

LCT Staff
Posted on October 24, 2007

LAS VEGAS — Vince Poscente and Francine Ward will be the keynote speakers at LCT’s 2008 International Conference, held Mar. 17-19, 2008 at the Mandalay Bay Hotel & Casino.

It can be hard to get motivated among the stress that comes from running your own business and competing with other companies for your share of the market.

Learn how to ignite your passion about your life, your business, and the choices you make. Poscente will share the skills you need to get into a positive space in your life and become energized. His inspiring message and wit and wisdom will leave you with "take action today" motivation you need to make it in this challenging industry.

Ward's philosophy is simple, but profound — set a goal for where you want to be, create a plan for making it happen, don't let obstacles get you down, ask for help along the way, and baby step your way to success. She'll talk about overcoming adversity after having battled drug addiction and homelessness, and how she turned her life around by creating a life regimen that will inspire you.

These two speakers are not to be missed along with the priceless networking and educational opportunities that come with your show pass.

For more information or to register TODAY for the International Conference, visit www.lctshow.com.

SOURCE: Bobit Business Media

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