The bell became the preferred way to signal Wall Street's opening after brief attempts at using a starter pistol, a rooster, and a spirited song about loving money. Fine-tune your finances with this GrouponLive deal to Lead and Succeed 2013 with Larry King at Arthur R. Outlaw Mobile Convention Center. For $39, you get two VIP tickets for preferred seating on Wednesday, February 27, at 8 a.m. (up to a $158 value, including all fees). Doors open 75 minutes before the seminar.
When business pros look up the word success in the dictionary and find a picture of Larry King, it means two things: first, that the broadcast icon is one of the most influential entertainment figures of all time; and second, that they may actually be holding TV Guide. Regardless of the reading material, ambitious entrepreneurs get an inside scoop on achievement in all its forms at the Lead and Succeed 2013 seminar. Larry King headlines an impressive lineup of live presentations with an in-person talk on perfecting communications skills and persuading an audience. Les Brown, author of Live Your Dreams and It’s Not Over Until You Win, and sales pro Brian Tracy also take the mic to offer their own take on personal and professional development. Joining them throughout a day jam-packed with tips and motivational pep talks is Kendra Todd, the first woman ever to win The Apprentice and the host of My House is Worth What? on HGTV, presenting “How to Outperform the Competition.”
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“Make sure the waiter doesn't ignore your party after you're seated and ready to order (menus closed). After requesting for a different waiter, a waitress helped us and she was fantastic, making up for the frustration of being ignored earlier in the evening.”