Everyone is Trying to Capture Attention.
I Show You How To Get It.
Learn what it takes to capture minds and markets, build rapport with your customers, and generate more referrals than ever with best-selling author and keynote speaker Tony Rubleski and the Mind Capture Group.
– Nelson L Griswold III, Chairman, Association for Insurance Leadership
– Jeff LaGrange, Region Vice President, RE/MAX Pacific Northwest Region
He’s a 1994 graduate of Western Michigan University with a degree in marketing and has also been a faculty member and instructor with the U.S Chamber of Commerce (IOM) and CEO Space International. His core expertise and message are designed to help people ‘Capture’ more minds and profits.
There are books that have value even if never read. Such books’ titles and cover concepts are so powerful that if all one did was frame the cover and put it on a frequently seen wall, it would serve well. ‘Think And Grow Rich’, “Magic of Thinking Big’ come to mind. Tony has hit on such a book about marketing.”
Thank you again for an absolutely wonderful presentation at our National Sales Meeting! Your message truly resonated with our seasoned sales team, and they left the meeting with renewed energy and ideas on how to capture the minds of their customers. Several reps commented that although they had previously attended many motivational speaking sessions, yours was one of the most impactful!
Thank you for delivering your two dynamic presentations to our members at our recent PPPC National Convention in Toronto. Your energy, passion, and enthusiasm were contagious. You helped our members focus on the need to grow their business and achieve peak performance. It was refreshing, credible, thought-provoking and you really captured us!
Mind Capture Resources
For the past 25-years I’ve firmly believed that a positive, well-tuned mindset is a major priority when it comes to sustained happiness in both life and business. I felt it timely and appropriate to go back and do a quick review of book #3 in the Mind Capture series....
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