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I believe you were born to be a leader and possess all the necessary skills and traits. You are also correct to believe that you have a lot of work to do, and this site is an interruption in your time. You should be assured this site is worth every second you spend reading, and I will prove it to you.

In a recent study of the return on investment of investing in leadership training, participants found for every $1 in value paid the return was $6 in tangible benefits (Rhos, 2015). This means that if your time is currently worth $20.00 per hour and you study this information for 10 hours you would have invested $200.00 worth of your time into this information. According the Rhos’s study, the benefits you will receive will be greater than or equal to the value of $1,200.00.

Would you invest $200.00 to make $1,200.00, if you had 0% risk of losing the money?  I know I would take my chances with that investment everyday of the week.  I have been called,  "A Great Manager" and "Passionate and Inspiring" by my coworkers and peers. I have worked with management companies over the past 10 years and have turned around a number of failing investors portfolios. I pour my heart out in any endeavor I encounter.  I promise if you work with me that I will help you deliver big results.  It is in my nature to provide you more value than you thought possible.   
Citations:
Rhos, Richard F (2015) LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT: RETURN ON INVESTMENT - CALCULATING THE MONETARY VALUE OF THE MANAGERIAL ASSESSMENT OF PROFICIENCY PROGRAM FOR THE GEORGIA EXTENSION SYSTEM. Retreived from: http://www.leadershipeducators.org/resources/documents/conferences/anchorage/rohs.pdf

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