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"The speakers were an excellent group of experts in each of the important subjects covered. Each one had a significant contribution and new content that offered recruiting owners ways to increase their bottom line sales and improve their firms. It was intensive training at its best. What’s great is we can go back and listen again to each speaker – which will further solidify the techniques and encourage the implementation.
“I also gained so much new information from the summit that was not only useable and exciting, but also crucial to succeeding in today’s market. I would highly recommend you to all recruiting owners to invest the time and money to take access the summit. A further comment – the sense of humor that Mike and the other speakers brought to the summit helped to lighten the intense content and make each day zip by. No boring speakers at this summit! I am looking forward to future telesummits– keep me posted."