By Suzy Wiesenhart

Alan Alford, an award-winning salesperson for a Fortune 500 company, Lisa Huetteman, an experienced executive success strategist, and Gaston Merideth, a nationally-recognized accomplished chef, are teaming together to present Achieve*Improve*Prosper, a highly-motivational half-day seminar to inspire their audience to achieve more of their potential and live the life they’ve dreamed of.

Join Alan Alford, author of $ell Your Little Heart Out, Lisa Huetteman, author of The Value of Core Values: Five Keys to Success through Values Centered Leadership, and Gaston Merideth,  author of Food for Thought: Appetizers for Prosperous Living  at this highly motivational seminar taking place Saturday, August 24 from 8:30-11:30 a.m. at 1044 E. Brandon Blvd., Brandon.

What You Will Learn from Alan:

Alan will share how you can achieve far more than you ever thought possible.

What it takes to be the top salesperson in your company & more.

What You Will Learn from Lisa:

Lisa will share how great leaders have built successful companies by living their core values and how you can follow their lead and Practical application of aligning your business and your life with your core values & More.

What You Will Learn from Gaston:

You will find continued thoughts of prosperous living that will feed you with volumes of truth.

Key Ingredients to reaching your destiny and The people you surround yourself help determine your success and failure to name a few.

Visit for more information and to RSVP. Business owners, self-employed professionals and individuals are encouraged to attend. The cost for the three-hour seminar is $25 in advance and $30 at the door. Advance registration will close on August 22.

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Suzy is one of the Advertising Representatives for the Riverview area. She started with the Osprey as an advertising assistant in 2008 and has various positions since then. She is also on the Board of Directors of the Riverview Chamber of Commerce. She has lived in Bloomingdale with her husband, Tom for the last 22 years.