Jim Hadden Speaks at AORE Saturday Meeting

It's that time again! Tomorrow is the 2nd Saturday of the month... which means Don and Justin get their monthly re-charge by having the opportunity to hang out with all of you for a morning exchanging ideas, talking about what has been happening in the market, what kinds of deals are going on... and this month AORE has the absolute best resource in Augusta to help everyone understand what is going on in our market and how you can take advantage of the coming Real Estate Boom!

This month AORE is priveleged to be hosting one of the Top Keller Williams agents in the country! This man sold more houses last year than most agents sell in their entire career! And this month, Mr. Jim Hadden is going to take the time away from his incredible business and share with us the secret to his success... and how talent had so little to do with it! What is so awesome is that once you learn this secret, you will discover it is so simple to implement that in fact the hardest part was passing the show up test! That's right...you've got to show up Saturday morning to hear it! But I can assure you this... if you do show up and listen, the information Jim gives you will change your life!

Here are the details:

  • WHAT | AORE Monthly Saturday Meeting
  • WHERE | Savannah Rapids Pavilion
    3300 Evans to Locks Rd.
    Evans, GA 30809
  • WHEN | Saturday, October 11th, 2014
    8:30 am to 10:00 am
    Doors Open at 8a for networking
  • SPEAKER/TOPIC | Jim Hadden
    "Talent is Overrated!" - What Really separates World-Class Performers from Everybody Else
  • COST | Members FREE
    Non-Members $20* at the door
    *First time guests are free

How serious are you about building your Real Estate Business? Saturday morning, there will be nearly 70 other serious investors, all actively working in this Augusta, GA Market... and all willing to help you make it happen! So get up early... and join AORE as we work to help you build the foundation to secure your financial freedom!

See you at the top!

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