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Summer SMARTS can make the grade.

School is out, the long lazy days of summer are here. For adults, the long lazy days allow for more family time, and trips; recreation is the goal. But we want to challenge you to take another opportunity with your summer.  Why not gain some skills and new abilities? There are 10-12 weeks of time at your disposal, and that is enough time to master at least one new skill.

Summer is also a good time to regenerate your physical and mental balance. Consider starting your exercise program in the summer, and begin a new morning routine where you take a few minutes to educate yourself on your industry, your profession, or your customers’ business. 15 minutes a day over 12 weeks is the equivalent of 21 hours or half a work-week. That is a lot of time to capture and use to your advantage.

Consider looking at some work-related skills too, and consider what would happen if you spent a ½ week focused on them specifically. You would get a jump on your competition if you dedicated just a small amount per day to sharpen your skills. Doing that enables you to maximize the time that you do have.

Follow the link below to sign up for membership.

Don’t wait to start building your skills and your SMARTS!!
– LiquidSMARTS℠ subscription includes:
– A Personalized Skills Assessment
– One-on-One coaching sessions
– 24/7 365 access to our training library (1 yr)

Dr. Gunter Wessels

Dr. Gunter Wessels

Dr. Gunter Wessels founded LiquidSMARTS℠. He is passionate and dedicated to the improvement of human performance and ethical business practices in sales and marketing. Dr. Wessels leads a global practice that delivers strategic consulting and next-generation personnel development services to individuals and global corporations alike. His expertise comes from more than 25 years in the healthcare industry, including 14 years as a consultant to global and local marketing and sales teams. Dr. Wessels has a Ph.D. in Management with an emphasis in Marketing and Psychology from the University of Arizona, an M.B.A. from the A. Gary Anderson Graduate School of Management, and a B.S. in Biology from the University of California.

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