Internationally renowned entrepreneur, speaker, and author Peter Legge will be presenting a two part seminar Wednesday, October 21 as part of Small Business Week in Cranbrook.

Running from 9-11 am, the two part, two hour, seminar will begin with his acclaimed seminar 27 Success Habits – Developing Million Dollar Habits for Success.  Mr. Legge will inspire the audience to aspire to emulate the habits of highly successful people.

A born storyteller with an entertainer’s wit and sense of timing, Peter will take the audience on an inspirational journey through 27 simple and easy-to-implement habits that cumulatively have the power to change their lives and fortunes.

Chamber Executive Director David D. Hull is thrilled to have Mr. Legge come to Cranbrook.  “Peter is extremely busy and in demand. We are so fortunate he has found time to visit Cranbrook.  I have heard him speak many times and have at least eight of his books.  He is an inspiration and a real life BC success story.”

The second half of the two hour presentation Peter will be doing a motivational presentation titled: Thinking, is it a Lost Art?

Mr. Legge will base this portion of the seminar on the postulation, “Our thoughts and our thinking have a major effect on our lives and the success we seek.”  He will explore and answer the age old question “Why do only five percent of us achieve the success we are looking for?”

The seminar at the Heritage Hotel and Conference Centre is a member only event.  “Chamber membership has its privileges,” said Hull, “and to attend a Peter Legge seminar is a huge one.  A not to be missed event that was only made possible by the generous partnership of Community Futures East Kootenays.”

In addition to the seminar Mr. Legge is the keynote speaker at the Small Business Expo and Chamber Luncheon, sponsored by BDC, at the Prestige Inn Rocky Mountain Resort immediately following the seminar.

Oct 21. 9-11 am Heritage Hotel and Conference Centre
Tickets, highly subsidized by the CFEK partnership, for the seminar are only $20
Tickets for the seminar and lunch provide a greater value proposition at only $40.
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