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E-Myth Worldwide will address dealer conference

E-Myth Worldwide, an international coaching and training company, will make the keynote presentation at this year’s Marine Dealer Conference & Expo, scheduled for Nov. 17-19 at the Rio All Suites & Casino in Las Vegas.

Keynote speaker Karin Iwata has coached and trained more than 150 small business owners. She commands “exceptional knowledge” of the concepts that will teach attendees sound entrepreneurial thinking and how it can help them create a successful and sustainable business, according to the Marine Retailers Association of America.

Attendees will learn to shift their thinking to understand how their businesses must serve their lives; how they have to work on their businesses, not in them; and how the businesses themselves can become the defining product, giving owners a competitive advantage in their marketplaces.

For information, contact the MRAA at (708) 763-9210 or visit the MRAA Web site.

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