The Napoleon Hill Foundation French Lick Leader Certification trip featured several Foundation VIP's and people from many countries.
I had the pleasure of interviewing Havilah Malone, Brenda Dear, Lupita Williamson and Saundra Richardson for Journey To Success Radio to talk about the trip, the Leader Certification process and the upcoming Caribbean cruise in November 2015. Joining me as a co-host for the show was Colin Gilmartin who attended one of the Foundation trips to Ireland, which I also attended.
The Napoleon Hill Foundation Leader Certification process involves several steps and take about 18 months to complete.
The first step is to complete the Your Right To Be Rich home-study course
The second step is to take the PMA Science of Success online course.
The third step is to attend a certification trip, which are held at least once a year.
The trips are magical. You get to spend time with like minded people from around the world. These people come from all walks of life and have diverse work backgrounds.
There are often Napoleon Hill Foundation VIP's in attendance including Dr JB Hill, grandson of Napoleon Hill, and Don Green, Executive Director of the Foundation.
On the Napoleon Hill French Lick Leader Certification trip James Olesen who made his first ever speech for the Foundation. Because of previous work agreements, Mr Olesen was not allowed to make public speeches.
French Lick Resort, named America’s Best Historic Resort by Historic Hotels of America, features two historic grand hotels nestled in the Hoosier National Forest of southern Indiana.
The French Lick Springs Hotel and West Baden Springs Hotel provide luxurious AAA Four-Diamond accommodations for guests seeking relaxation, romance, family time or excitement.
An easy drive from Indianapolis and Louisville, this upscale destination features championship golf courses, world-class spas, Vegas-style gaming, horseback riding and activities for kids.
The next Certification trip will be on a Caribbean cruise in November 2015. This will be the largest gathering of people ever in the history of the Foundation with about 100 people expected to attend.
The trip will feature, for the very first time, classes led in Spanish by Aristoteles Nielsen from Argentina and Lupita Williamson, daughter-in-law of Judy Williamson.
The Spanish is a huge new market for the Foundation and people taking the course in Spanish will get very special pricing for the trip and the course.
For details of the trip email the Foundation travel agent, and all around amazing lady, Pat Andreatta at firstname.lastname@example.org
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