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Strategies of Highly Successful Leaders Part 1

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In Part 1 of this series, Dr. Roger Levin discusses what makes successful people so incredible in their pursuit of achievement and how much they do. In addition, Dr. Levin highlights eight strategies and a road map available to everyone that offers success through life-changing opportunities in both professional and personal endeavors.

Date Added:
8/26/2008

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Roger P. Levin, DDS Roger P. Levin, DDS
Dr. Roger Levin is a third-generation general dentist and the Chairman and CEO of the largest dental practice consulting firm in North America, Levin Group, Inc., whic...
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