Launch to High-Performance Seminar

February 21st, 2019

9 AM - Registration
9:30 AM to 11 AM - Seminar
4650 E Cotton Center Blvd in Phoenix, Arizona

Who Should Attend?

Far too many entrepreneurs and their teams operate in a constant state of overwhelm, reducing productivity and profitability and increasing struggle and frustration. It does not have to be this way. In fact, it should not be this way. Every organization and its leadership already have the necessary ingredients to create greater alignment and engagement that results in much more fulfillment, enthusiasm and inspiration for the work they do. In this motivational presentation, Daran will inspire you to discover and utilize these ingredients, explain how doing so allowed him to launch his own company to high-performance, and encourage you to fulfill your own dreams by doing the very same thing.

Registration starts at 9:00 AM and the presentation begins promptly at 9:30 AM. Please allow time to participate in the post-seminar discussion from 10:30 to 11:00, which many attendees have said is as rewarding and informative as the presentation!

What's My Investment?

  • Regular price: $29
  • Pre-registration: $14

Course Description

Building trust and alignment internally with your Team and externally with clients and customers is essential for "high-performance" as an organization. High-Performance Organizations consistently see benefits of less stress, more control, greater freedom, increased profitability, and a happier team. In his power-packed presentation, Daran will describe the key ingredients to high-performance and how every organization and its leadership can be more engaged, happy, and in perfect alignment on where they are going, how to get there, and what they intend to achieve.
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What Are People Saying?


“This presentation is what every owner and manager needs, especially if they are struggling with their approach to managing their team.” -Rebecca S. (Seminar Attendee)

"Daran is an amazing speaker with a talent for delivering information that is digestible and entertaining." -Brian T. (Seminar Attendee)