P.A.S.S.I.O.N! by Lincoln S. Kokaram

Everyone agrees that people who have a passion for what they do, excel at what they do. Too many people are settling for just enough. It is a tiny minority of individuals who perform with P.A.S.S.I.ON.

Many speakers and writers have spoken and written about passion. Few if any have explained it, so that anyone at any level can learn about P.A.S.S.I.O.N. and apply it to everything they do.

Here are some feedback from people who have been exposed to the content of this book:

“The PASSION Workshop I feel is needed at every place of business for if nothing else than a morale booster. The PASSION workshop covered all of the key elements that can help us to take a step back from the normal monotony in our jobs and to be more appreciative for what we have versus what we don’t have. If any employee takes at least ONE thing away from a training, then it’s a success! I’m happy to have taken away a handful of things in which I will utilize in my day to day job along with my outside life as well.”

“This program leads, guides and directs the steps to be self-motivated, for vision of success.”

‘I like my job but this will help me to love it.”

‘Every step and action that was discussed can be used immediately. I feel a program like this can be very beneficial to any individual working on any level within a company.”

  1. Do you want to reduce stress at work?
  2. Do you want to increase morale at work?
  3. Would you like to see an increase in productivity at work?
  4. Would you like to exceed the expectations of your internal and external customers/clients?
  5. Would you like to develop a culture where everyone gives their best with P.A.S.S.I.O.N. at work?

If you answered ‘YES” to any one of these questions then get a copy of the ‘with P.A.S.S.I.O.N.’ book.

It’s available on Amazon and Barnes n Noble

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