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Jim Britt is the author of numerous best-selling books and programs. Some of his many titles include Rings of Truth, Do This Get Rich, Unleashing Your Authentic Power, The Power of Letting Go, and Cracking the Rich Code. He is an internationally recognized business leader who is highly sought after as a keynote speaker for all audiences.
Jim was recently named as one of the top 20 living success coaches, and presented with the “Best of the Best” award out of the top 100 contributors of all time to the Direct Selling industry.
As a coach and trainer, Jim leverages his skills and experience as one of the leading experts in peak performance, entrepreneurship and personal empowerment to produce stellar results. He is pleased to work with small business entrepreneurs, network marketers, and anyone seeking to remove the blocks that stop their success in any area of their life.
Jim’s background spans all levels of experience and research. He has been business partners with many of today’s great mentors such as Dr. Denis Waitley’s Psychology of Winning, Jim Rohn’s Adventures in Achievement, and Dr. Maxwell Maltz’s Psycho Cybernetics, International.
Jim has mentored several of today’s top name motivational speakers including being the man who gave a young Anthony Robbins his first real job and mentored him for the next five years.
Jim has worked with more than 300 corporations around the world as a performance educator, and success coach helping executives and their employees improve performance, access their true potential, and live lives filled with personal and professional advancement.
Today, Jim presents seminars on personal achievement, entrepreneurship, small business success strategies, network marketing, leadership, and all aspects of peak performance and personal fulfillment. To date, he has addressed thousands of audiences around the world totaling well over 1,000,000 people from all walks of life.
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