The 2013 Napoleon Hill Leader Certification trip details are now official. The details, which I received from Pat Andreatta, are below.
We are happy to announce that we will be staying in the United States for the next class.
We will spend four days at the Amara Resort and Spa in Sedona, Arizona from April 29 - May 2, 2013. The schedule will be:
Monday 4/29 Check in, orientation, and meet & greetTuesday
4/30 Full day classes and mentoringWednesday
5/1 Full day classes and mentoringThursday
5/2 Celebration brunch
Exam, videotaped presentation of your assigned principle, testimonial, and final project are the remaining activities to be completed after the training concludes.
The cost per person is $150, double occupancy, per night. Each room has 2 queen beds. Included in this price are resort fees, state and local taxes and coffee/tea and pastry every morning in the classroom. Contact Chino Martinez via email or call 219.989.3166 to arrange for class registration, tuition payment, and course prerequisites.
A deposit of $200 per person will be required to secure the room reservation, and a second payment of $200 will be due by March 15th, with the balance due April 15th. Arrange travel details with Escape Cruises & Travel, Ltd.
I look forward to hearing from you and working with you on another wonderful event.
Pat Andreatta, ECC President
Escape Cruises & Travel, LTD
(708) 798-1031 FAX
I have been on the past 3 Napoleon Hill Leader Certification trips and I can tell you that they are a trip of a lifetime. Even if you are not going to become a Certified Instructor, the trip would be worth considering for all Napoleon Hill fans.
More details about the Napoleon Hill Leader Certification process are on the Napoleon Hill Foundation website.
As a Certified Instructor you’ll enjoy many benefits, some of which are mentioned in the video on this page.
What Can I Teach, and Who Are My Students?
A graduate of the certification course earns the credentials to teach the Philosophy of Success to small groups in all walks of life. Some instructors teach in formal educational settings, while others lead workshops in businesses, professional organizations, churches, charities, and even prisons. The Foundation will attest to your status if you need to prove your credentials. We encourage instructors to spend at least some of their time working with young persons and with at-risk populations, where the principles of success can really change lives for the better.