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Okay, Hear us out...

So we are just getting our feet wet in this whole “community-leader-mentor-training-and-equipping company” thing. And for the sake of our egos and your time, we are limiting participates to our beta groups ONLY. That way we can fail with people who know us instead of complete strangers…. which sounds bad when we put it like that. 

Regardless, we’re still excited about what we’re doing and what we will do. But right now we have to take some baby steps. It’s not you, it’s us. So be patient, stay up to date with us through our newsletter (see bottom of page) and we’ll let you know when we are ready. 

Hershey, Pa

The best way to build up your own faith is with other people seeking the same goal as you.
Vinnie Fisher
CEO, Entrepreneur

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