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ActionCOACH Founder Brad Sugars Launches Business Seminar

ActionCOACH Founder And World's Leading Business Coach Brad Sugars Launches No Holds Barred Business Seminar Tour For Entrepreneurs In Australia And New Zealand This September

13 August, 2014

Introducing a free seminar tour unlike anything entrepreneurs have ever
heard before… guaranteed.

Thousands of business owners expected to rush for free registrations as Brad Sugars announces his first ever Brad Sugars Uncensored business seminars in Australia and New Zealand.

After building a global organisation in more than 50 countries, ActionCOACH founder and Chairman Brad Sugars will share his own strategies to help business
owners take their companies global, as he embarks on the first ever Brad Sugars Uncensored tour in Australia and New Zealand from 15-25 September.

Sugars will hit the road for this 10-day tour as he presents a three-hour seminar for 6 stops, teaching business owners the strategies he used to build a
global business and hand them a blueprint so they can do it too.

The seminar is currently open for registrations. Interested parties can go to to register for this free event.

On why people should attend this event, Brad said nonchalantly, "For once, people need to hear from someone who has actually done it himself!"

He added, "There are a lot of 'pretenders' in the seminar industry today and while they teach business and success strategies, how many of them have actually done the things they talk about? With Brad Sugars Uncensored, I want to teach business owners the exact same strategies I used to take my business from one small city in Australia to over 50 countries worldwide."

"I will actually teach them what worked for me many times over in my own journey as an entrepreneur and how to replicate it in their own business. I will teach them how I had to literally 'man up' to do this so they can do it too."

Be warned, this event is not for the fainthearted. Known for being tough and incredibly direct, Sugars will not mince his words and certainly not sugar coat. He says he will tell you like it is.

According to Sugars, "Almost every student I have shown how to become rich has already read a bunch of books, been to all the seminars and essentially learned what to do … yet they still don't take massive action. And I'm about to change all that with Brad Sugars Uncensored."

He added, "I will get this audience to act … I will get them to take the most important first steps and get the deals happening."

Brad will kick off the tour in Auckland on Septembe r 15th and conclude the tour at Newcastle on September 25th.

For the complete list of cities and tour schedule, go to

Asked about what the audience can expect at the tour, Sugars said, "I will deliver hard-hitting, no-nonsense business and success strategies, packed with the brutal truth about making big money and specific entrepreneurial topics."

"In my 3 hour information packed seminar, I will share my own wealth creation strategies and change the way attendees think about business so they can and make the kind of money others envy."

The Founder of the world's largest Business Coaching Company, ActionCOACH, Brad has personally coached thousands of companies and their owners to greater success. While Brad no longer provides one-on-one Business Coaching services himself, his ActionCOACH franchise organisation of Business Coaches provides weekly coaching to over 15,000 companies and is the most recognized name in the Business Coaching industry.

He is also a well-known public speaker on business growth and investing, a bestselling author with 15 books to his credit, including his 2012 best selling
book, Buying Customers.

Additional details, complete tour schedule, topics, and registration
information are available at

The seminar is free
but pre-registration is required for all events.

Brad is also giving away bonus materials just for registering on the website.

Seating is limited. To register, go to


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