Dr. Terri Levine

This book is a guide to doing business with heart and being authentic and transparent with employees, vendors, prospects, and clients. Follow the process in this book and you can become the leading expert in your niche and have qualified prospects flocking to you. You can also find yourself working a lot less while enjoying the work you do more and making a significant amount of money. This process works and has turbocharged the businesses of others and can do the same for your business.

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About Dr. Terri Levine

Dr. Levine is a business mentoring expert and the Chief Heart-repreneur® at Heart-repreneur® LLC. She is a bestselling author, keynote speaker, radio host, and appears regularly in the media as a business coaching/consulting expert. Terri created the term Heart-repreneur® to overhaul how business is done today, and it is disrupting how business owners communicate, sell, and market their businesses.  Her programs range from business coaching and business consulting, training seminars for business owners, coaching training programs, creating professional training courses and providing additional services to companies working to become Heart-repreneur® based businesses. Dr. Levine holds a Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior and is a Master Consultant and a Certified Guerrilla Marketing Trainer & Coach.

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