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We are Constantly Learning

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We are constantly learning. Every day we pick up a new piece of information that we learn from, so what is the difference between learning and intentional learning? Intentional learning is described as having the intention to learn the material and to commit it to one’s memory.   You are setting yourself up to learn something new, pick a topic that you want to excel in, and take the necessary steps to acquire the knowledge and set your goals.

About the conference

We at TrainerTainment are constantly learning, and passing on what we’ve learned to others.  This past week, we did just that. The Advanced Sales Conference at Jakes Unlimited in Mesa, AZ. was a huge success!  We thank all of you who took time in your busy week to do some intentional learning. We covered lots of topics and hope you left with some knowledge and skills that you could immediately put into action to affect your bottom line.  Hey, we know how busy you are, and really applaud you for attending. Our trainer and speaker Kim Wheeler said this:  “This was one of the best Sales conferences, yet! The engagement and camaraderie amongst everyone there was beyond great! Everyone was so open to sharing their own experiences and offering advice to other centers. We really became a team of customers and vendors who were all just trying to learn how to be better salespeople! I can’t wait for the next one!”

Webinar

If you could not attend, (or even if you did) we hope you can make our next webinar, (from the comfort of your office) on Thursday, September 5th, at 1pm CST. “How to Avoid Dysfunctions In Your Business With These 6 Components“.  Hope you can make it and continue that intentional learning! 

Click here to see some pictures of the Advanced Sales Conference!  Yes, that was a delicious  Unicorn Cotton Candy Taco! Thanks to all our awesome Sponsors and Jakes Unlimited! 

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