Gaynete Jones Introduces Tracy Levine:
Learn from business future-proofing extraordinaire, author, keynote speaker, LinkedIn master, and my mastermind buddy, Tracy Levine, who has earned millions over the last 14 years assisting leaders to keep ahead of the curve.
Tracy dives deeply into some changes Google is making and why your website may not be able to be found in the near future if you don’t make some tweaks. She also touches on what it takes to build true, lasting influence & drops a FREE RESOURCE you can take advantage of that’ll seperate you from the pack. And this is just scratching the surface.
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Grab Tracy’s books discussed below:
WIN made it to the Best New CEO Books
I’m happy to announce that my book, “WIN: Future-Proofing Your Workforce in the Age of Disengagement”, made it to BookAuthority’s Best New CEO Books.
BookAuthority collects and ranks the best books in the world, and it is a great honor to get this kind of recognition. Thank you for all your support!
The book is available for purchase on Amazon.
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