CLAIM YOUR FULL POTENTIAL
- Learn how one new idea can transform your performance
- Identify the bad habits that are holding you back from your next level
- Determine the small steps that lead to big change
- Learn how to embrace the pain of discipline and why you should
- Discover the impact a great service experience makes on success
ABOUT THE SEMINAR
Are you living as the best version of yourself? Do you ever wonder how the best get even better? In this inspiring program, Robert Stevenson will teach you how to Claim Your Full Potential and become the person you want to be. Whether you’re looking to improve your business or your personal life, you’ll walk away from this seminar with the tools to accomplish both. Using real-life stories to illustrate his points, Stevenson shares practical advice for helping individuals reach their next level and businesses stand out from the crowd. Robert breaks things up into simple next steps that lead to big results, so you won’t get overwhelmed. Instead, you’ll feel motivated to move forward and your mind will be transformed to see challenges as an invitation and welcome change with open arms. Get ready to usher in a new era of success in your life.
Robert is a man who knows how to deal with the risks, competition, and the ever-changing technology in the business arena. In short, he understands what it takes to be successful. He brings over 25 years of extensive corporate and entrepreneurial experience to his programs.
This is a man who has been there. He has owned several companies, sold internationally in over 20 countries, established and maintained hundreds of accounts worldwide, along with managing a worldwide sales force. Your people will be hearing from a man who has been there and made it happen, not just studied it; a man who has held positions from Salesman to Chief Executive Officer.
“I guess you can say I am forever the salesman. When you start your own companies from scratch, when it’s your money on the line, you discover quickly what drives everything else… ‘SALES.’ If you don’t have sales, nothing else matters.
When I address an audience I never lose sight of that fact. The moment a customer comes in contact with any aspect of a company, the moment that contact occurs, some form of selling is taking place. Every department of a company is responsible to sell. Customer service, accounting, shipping, marketing … everything serves to aid in the current sale in hopes of obtaining a repeat sale.
I was a businessman long before I ever considered becoming a speaker. Your people will see that in my programs. They start to appreciate that I am not just saying the words, but more importantly, I have lived these experiences. Lived them, survived them and am now sharing them.”