Work Team Webinar 12/07/09 – Maximizing Your Works Team Membership

If you want to market your business effectively, you need to be utilizing current strategies that actually work. The Works Team has been providing cutting-edge business training for more than 5 years to those starting a business, and for seasoned entrepreneurs looking for new, more effective ideas.

The Works Team members’ site is a training resource designed to assist entrepreneurs – network marketers, affiliate marketers, home business owners, traditional business owners or those looking to start a business –  to achieve greater success. The Works Team is where Ann Sieg started, and where Ann and the other founders of the Works Team were applying attraction marketing principles before they had a name.

This Monday, Dec. 7th at 9pm EST, we’ll be walking through the new Works Team site and showing you how you should be “Maximizing Your Works Team Membership”

Whether you have already been a Works Team member for a while, have been on some of the free Works Team training webinars, or have never heard of the Works Team before, you’ll gain valuable information on how to utilize, either the free limited access membership or the regular membership, and get the most out of it for YOUR business.

Join us on this webinar to learn how the Works Team cutting-edge internet marketing and business training can help you achieve greater success, and how to get the most out of your membership. So…

Register Now!

You are welcome to join this Worksteam webinar at no cost. We record the webinars each week, but to access to the WorksTeam site, you need to become a member of the WorksTeam. Read about your WorksTeam membership options.

Also, WorksTeam members have access to the Mentorship Community. Our small group coaching session is at 7:30pm EST every Monday, prior to our regular WorksTeam training webinar AND every Thursday at 8pm EST. WorksTeam members have the opportunity to ask questions and get advice from our own Curt Johnson, founder of the WorksTeam and the mastermind group Renegade Ann Sieg came out of, as well as founding members Wendy Mills, Cammy Stubbs and Steven Webber, and upcoming WorksTeam leaders Carolin Hauser, Daviette Tettey and Carol Meade.

To register for the WorksTeam Mentorship Community coaching session, login to the WorksTeam site and go to the Mentorship Community page from the Members Home page or drop down menu.

About worksteam

Wendy Malowany is an artist, internet marketer, and educator. She has been a home business entrepreneur since the beginning of 2001. Since 2005, she has been training and helping people to be successful in their chosen businesses, has developed multiple income streams to support her and her three children after being divorced, and is helping others to grow and build their businesses to create independence and reach their goals too. One of her current projects is writing Art FUNdamentals, a self-directed, multi-age art lesson book, which will be available on her website Working at home has allowed her to spend time with her husband, children and animals on their farm in Ontario, Canada. Wendy is focusing more on her own artwork and using what she's learned in marketing to promote her work. Self-sufficiency is one of their interests, so they spend time in their garden, canning, processing maple syrup, and are currently working on plans to "get off the grid".
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One Response to Work Team Webinar 12/07/09 – Maximizing Your Works Team Membership

  1. Absolutely enjoyed this call and I am so grateful for this community. I can’t wait to get the recorded version as I am very interested in the mentorship program. I have been unable to get on the mentorship coaching due to my salon schedule but will be making arrangements to really get things in more perspective. Thanks so much for all you do Wendy, Curt and the works team community.



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