Conference Could Help People Get Ahead in Any Economy
DEL MAR, Calif., March 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ – With the health of the economy continuing to be a daily talking point around the globe, The Think and Grow Summit 2013 is poised to present a very different way of looking at how and why some people are succeeding today.
Many top minds from the personal development industry and agents of positive change will meet in Del Mar from April 25 to April 27 to celebrate business, success and free markets.
“The event is not a look at ‘get-rich-quick’ schemes. Instead it is a detailed examination of the mindset and strategies that enable people and companies to succeed, regardless of market conditions, and move forward to share their ideas and serve others,” said Tony Rubleski, event host and creator.
International bestselling author, Sharon Lechter, co-creator of the “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” book series said, “I am excited to be a part of this dynamic and timely event that is certain to help people get and stay ahead during this time of great economic change.”
“Job creators and innovators who provide vital products, services, solutions and new breakthroughs, and giving back to others will also be celebrated for their positive contribution to the world,” Rubleski said.
The speakers will bring ideas from both business and the personal development industries to reveal multiple ways to get ahead and stay ahead. The ideas are based on many principles they learned from Napoleon Hill’s classic book, Think and Grow Rich. The conference hopes to spread the good news of success, prosperity and capitalism with others eager to prosper and see their dreams, ideas and innovations become reality. Countless business leaders and high-achievers continually credit the book, which has sold over 80 million copies, as a major influence on their life and business career.
“Many entrepreneurs and small business owners risk it all and often fail a time or two. However, they learn, make adjustments and persist onward to achieve success years later after most people called them crazy,” said Rubleski.
Many never-before heard stories and timeless success strategies based on the work of Napoleon Hill’s books and teachings will be shared at the event.
In addition, five leaders will receive achievement awards for their body of work to help others. They are:
- “Go-Giver Award,” Dave Linger, Co-founder of RE/MAX International
- “Lifetime Achievement Award,” the late Stephen R. Covey, best-selling author
- “Entrepreneurial Excellence Award,” Dr. Nido Qubein, President of High Point University
- “Spirit of Free Enterprise Award,” Shane Morand, Co-Founder of Organo Gold
- “Persistence Award,” Dan S. Kennedy, entrepreneur and best-selling author
“We are excited to be a part of the Inaugural Think and Grow Rich Summit 2013. The timing of the event and level of world-class business and personal development speakers presenting at the event will make for a unique and positive experience for everyone involved. We believe the conference is a terrific way to spread the word about how people can achieve success and happiness,” said Don M. Green, Executive Director, The Napoleon Hill Foundation.
About Mind Capture Group
Event organizer and host Tony Rubleski, 40, is the president of Mind Capture Group, which focuses on direct marketing consulting, training, and corporate keynote programs on motivation and mindset. He is a best-selling author, speaker, and strategic business consultant and has over 20 years of knowledge, expertise, and contacts within the business and personal development industries.
About Napoleon Hill
Napoleon Hill was born on October 26, 1883 and passed away on November 8, 1970. He was one of the first authors who wrote and publicized the connection between success and the powers of the mind. His most famous book, Think and Grow Rich, is one of the best-selling books of all time. Andrew Carnegie commissioned Hill to interview more than 500 successful men and women, many of them millionaires, to discover and publish this formula for success.
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