How to Make Millions While Making a Difference

Suzanne Evans is a friend to the ACO and has presented programs on our behalf since her first sterling presentation at the 2008 ACO conference. She has recently committed to present a pre-conference workshop in Chicago, yet another reason to snap up one of the last remaining conference spaces.

Our 2011 conference committee first contacted her about presenting last year when her schedule was already booked in. Things changed and the ACO grapevine passed on that she was now available, and once again we contacted her to support our coaches by presenting on business building. This year ACO coaches will learn from Suzanne:

  • A step by step formula to keep a full pipeline of ideal high paying clients
  • Strategies to create products and programs for passive income streams
  • The I. C.A.R.E sales closing system that has heart and closes over 90% of the time

Previously, you may have enjoyed Suzanne when she presented to the ACO Roundtable on “How to Survive This Economy” in 2009 which is available for audio review by ACO members here. In 2010 she led a call for ESS about “Do You Have Marketing ADD?”

Register for the conference, if you haven’t done it yet.

Don’t wait any longer. We have less than fifteen places left available out of a total 100. It would be such a shame to miss out.

If you’ve already registered for the conference but not for any of the Friday PreConference sessions, you don’t have to go thru all that registration stuff again.

You’ll find descriptions of the PreConference sessions and links to register and pay for each session here.

Practice What You Preach

Suzanne Evans, owner and founder of Suzanne Evans Coaching, LLC, is the tell-it-like-it-is, no fluff boss of business building. She supports, coaches and teaches over 30,000 women enrolled in her wealth and business building programs. Having surpassed the seven figure mark herself in just over three years, she’s coached her private clients to total revenues exceeding eight million dollars. This year she will launch her Global Impact Project, a not for profit serving women worldwide in education, entrepreneurship and equality.