Tuesday, December 18, 2012

The Acclaimed Author George Fraser Returns To Be In The Spotlight

fraserThe John T. Wills Book Tree Radio Show proudly welcome’s the return of the highly acclaimed Author Mr. George C. Fraser as our very special guest. On Wednesday, December 19, 2012 at 8:30 PM (est), Mr. Fraser will continue the empowering conversation of last week. He has held leadership positions with Procter & Gamble, the United Way, and Ford Motor Company. 

He has written three acclaimed books: Success Runs in Our Race; The Complete Guide to Effective Networking in the African American Community and Race for Success; The Ten Best Business Opportunities for Blacks in America and most recently, Click: Ten Truths to Building Extraordinary Relationships. Mr. Fraser publishes the award-winning SuccessGuide Worldwide: The Networking Guide to Black Resources. He is the founder of the annual PowerNetworking Conference, where thousands of Black professionals, business owners, and community leaders gather to discuss and do business with each other.
Anthony Reeves Esq. said of Mr. Fraser:
"If you could call certain people a "Fountain of Information", then George Fraser would be an OCEAN. In order to truly appreciate the wealth of knowledge he has to share, spend 2 minutes speaking with him and you will feel infinitely smarter."

He has appeared on CNN and in The Wall Street Journal. Over the past decade, the prestigious publication, Vital Speeches of the Day, has selected, reprinted and distributed worldwide, five of his speeches--a first for any professional speaker in America, regardless of color. Upscale magazine named him one of the "Top 50 power brokers in Black America," and Black Enterprise magazine called him "Black America’s #1 Networker" and featured him on a cover issue. Personal growth "guru" Stephen Covey called him a "masterful teacher."

You are invited to join the Amazing Silver Rae Fox and I because you really don’t want to miss this broadcast!!!

Call in and speak with our guest Call in number: (718) 506-1699

Make these books the gift that keeps on giving.

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