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“Innovative companies create a culture where people are free to make a difference.”

Drs. Kevin and Jackie Freiberg, the accomplished founders of the San Diego Consulting Group, have taken their status as best-selling authors and put it into high gear with their newest published work, Do Something Now! Be The One Who Makes Something Happen. It’s a jam packed, high energy book full of great advice for even the most seasoned work vets. Whether you’ve been in the work force for one year or ten, Drs. Kevin and Jackie Freiberg push each individual reader to “DSN,” or “Do Something Now”, and they make it their mission to tie every tidbit of information back to that overarching theme. Take a risk, think outside the box and push yourself to be your most motivated self. Do Something Now! is packed with inspirational quotes and other anecdotes that brings the whole message together in a realistic and compelling way, ranging from General George Patton to John Masters, a Canadian Oil and Gas Wildcatter.

Now here’s the fun part – the first 20 blog visitors to fill out form below will receive their own personal copy of “Do Something Now!”. Let us know where you would like the book sent and we’ll get it delivered.

Jay and I are looking forward to sharing our expertise and work experience with any interested parties, and hope each visitor to this blog will soon consider it to be an indispensable part of their meeting planning agenda. With years of experience under our belts, we hope that these upcoming articles will serve as answers to the broader questions you might face when organizing and planning a speaking event.

We are looking forward to hearing your feedback on this exciting new book in the comments section below.

Gary McManis & Jay Conklin

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