Join Loral at her fabulous Alumni events! Here is a peek at the 2013 Live Out Loud Alumni event in San Diego.
Join the Fast Track at the Head Of The Table. Loral selects an elite group of people who want to be on the fast track of growing their business or achieving their dreams. This could be you!
Dr. Cindy Tant explains that The Big Table showed her how to create additional businesses. Now she is returning a second time with her partners. Their goal is to start a sixth company in consulting, financial planning, real estate and also business development. Dr. Tant says that her investment in the Live Out Loud Community and Loral Langemeier is the best investment she has made in her life.
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Ashley Capps, an expert in databases, took her earnings of $9,000 to $70,000 after attending Three Days To Cash and Big Table. She says, “There were so many amazing tools from the Live Out Loud Community, from the program, to the people and the instructors.” Ashley says now she is looking forward to the growth that comes from these relationships!
Anne Sober explains how she went from attending 3 Days to Cash to Loral’s Big Table. She says: “I went through Three Days To Cash program . . . I got so excited about taking this new business to the next level, that I just said you know I’m in for the long haul.”
Patty Connolly’s success story that brings her back to Loral Langemeier’s Big Table (3 times)
Patty Connolly is a Harvard MBA who attended 3 times Loral’s Big Table coaching session. Here are some of her words:
“The first time we came our intention was to build our family business. I was working really hard in New York City and never seeing my family, so my husband and I said: we need to do something different… we made that happen”.
“I’m as a Harvard MBA I learned how to be the CEO of a big company, but not CEO of my smaller business”.
“About my children and their education … I would like them to go in with the concept of an entrepreneurial mindset… so in order for me to pay for the college education they must attend the big table first, so I just finished up with my daughter and she has this great little business and makes a pizza money and as I’m working more closely with her perhaps even tuition money”.