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[PDF Download] Your $5 Million Dream Team Template

May 15, 2015 | Management | Beth Schneider

I've got a must have, really crazy freebie for you...

Justin Livingston just released his company's Organizational Chart for you to use as a template in your own business!

It's a downloadable PDF, plus a full-length training video that walks you through exactly how to structure your ideal team.

If you know Justin, you also know he is the 'man behind the curtain' of many of the top businesses in the 'coaching coaches' space...and has built a large coaching & seminar business with a woman named Callan Rush.

When Justin and I met, he was consulting for a company that I was writing systems for. I watched him go from "independent consultant" to multi-million dollar business owner in just a few years and have been impressed with what he has accomplished in such a short time.

His video and pdf download give you a "behind the scenes" look at his $5-Million Transformation Business.

This is especially relevant if you are tired of hitting your head on the multi-6 figure ceiling. Whether you are looking to grow your team right now...or not, this is high quality content that you will want to have in your arsenal. Get the Chart free (for a VERY limited time) here:

http://tinyurl.com/k39a5eh

You have to opt-in to get the Org Chart (obviously), but there's no upsells, no cross sells, no catch at all.

Get it now before Justin pulls it down: http://tinyurl.com/k39a5eh

IMPORTANT: Be sure to watch the video before you print out the PDF, as he shares some vital information.

Take care,

Beth

P.S. Put this one down as one of those "almost too good to be true" deals - a "behind the scenes" look at a multi-million-dollar Transformation Business... http://tinyurl.com/k39a5eh

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