MEDFORD, OR— On Tuesday February 2nd, world-renowned Brian Tracy, a New York Times best-selling author and the CEO of Brian Tracy International, was joined by Chris Rollins, Founding Partner of the John Maxwell Team, for a one-day life-and business-changing event held at the Inn at the Commons in Medford and hosted by Million Air Medford and Make It Happen marketing llc. The Personal Growth, Leadership, and Business Transformation Workshop provided inspiration, along with tangible and proven methods that can cause radical and positive changes in life and business.
“The Southern Oregon business community was so ready for this kind of opportunity,” says Karen Fronek president, of Make It Happen marketing. “We’re excited with the information that both these wise men shared to move to the next level in our businesses. Both Mr. Tracy and Mr. Rolins taught about exactly what our region needs to inspire creativity, generate sales, and help us improve our workforce establishing Southern Oregon as a force to be reckoned with in the national and international marketplaces.”
According to Joe Keith, president of Million Air Medford, business owners, managers and entrepreneurs were motivated by the real-time and relevant information provided during the workshop, they left knowing how to instantly execute what they learn into long term actions. “You just can’t achieve this level of training from a book, a DVD or a video,” he explained. “You can only get it by being in the same room as these masters who have already accomplished what we’re all hoping to achieve in our lifetimes. If you wanted real change, this workshop accomplished that goal.”
Brian Tracy is Chairman and CEO of Brian Tracy International, a company specializing in the training and development of individuals, executives, and organizations. His is among the top speakers, trainers, coaches, and seminar leaders in the world today. As the best-selling author of Eat That Frog, No Excuses, and Maximum Achievement, Tracy has over 72 books translated into over 40 languages worldwide. He’s worked with more than 1,000 companies and addressed more than 5 million people in 5,000 talks and seminars in the U.S and in more than 70 countries. Brian travels and works in over 116 countries on six continents, speaks four languages, and is currently president of three companies headquartered in San Diego.
With a motto “Dream Big!!! Then Take Massive Action,” Chris Rollins is the president of Rollins Performance Group. His company focuses on developing leadership and sales teams to ‘wage war against the status quo and achieve massive top and bottom line growth.’ He’s also a Founding Partner and President’s Advisory Council member for the global John Maxwell Team, as well as a Master Trainer in the DISC Model of Human Behavior. During his career, Chris Rollins has worked with and been mentored by some of the top speakers and thought leaders today, such as John Maxwell, Les Brown, and Jeffrey Gitomer.
Fronek’s passion for Internet Marketing and Public Relations has been a cornerstone in her company. She founded Make it Happen marketing in 1998 where she is known for developing unique Integrated Image Marketing strategies for visionary business owners, CEOs and “C” level managers of small-to medium-sized businesses. “Being part of pursuing transformation of an organization from good to great is the ultimate satisfaction.” states Fronek. “What worked yesterday for a business may not work tomorrow,” she says. “This is why having this level of training right here in our valley is was vital.”
Keith has been the president of Million Air Medford since 2003 and currently uses Brian Tracy’s strategies for staff training. Million Air Medford is an award-winning, full service FBO (fixed-base operator) that provides a world-class line of aviation amenities and services in Southern Oregon. “We were extremely honored to co-host the Personal Growth, Leadership, and Business Transformation Workshop with Karen Fronek of Make It Happen. It’s time to learn new methods that will helps us be even better at what we do.”