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Dan S. Kennedy

From Dan S. Kennedy

Who is Dan S. Kennedy? He is a multi-millionaire, serial entrepreneur now directly influencing over one-million business owners annually as advisor, consultant, coach, author and speaker.

His business adventures have included ownership of an advertising agency, a manufacturing company, a nutrition company, publishing companies and cosmetics; he has built, bought and sold businesses. As a speaker for 30 years, he has repeatedly addressed audiences as large as 10,000 to 35,000, and appeared for nine consecutive years on the No. 1 seminar tour in America. He's often shared the platform with former U.S. Presidents, General Colin Powell, even Margaret Thatcher, as well as legendary entrepreneurs Donald Trump, Gene Simmons of KISS, Debbi Fields (Mrs. Fields Cookies), Jim McCann (CEO, 1-800-Flowers), Terry Jones (Travelocity founder), sports and entertainment celebrities, and other leading business speakers including Zig Ziglar, Brian Tracy and Tom Hopkins. He is the author of the popular No B.S. series of books, including No B.S. Wealth Attraction for Entrepreneurs, No B.S. Marketing to the Affluent, No B.S. DIRECT Marketing for NON-Direct Marketing businesses and the recently released No B.S. Business Success for The New Economy and No B.S. Sales Success for The New Economy, available at all booksellers and accessible for free preview at www.NoBSBooks.com .

His No B.S. Marketing Letter is the most widely read paid subscription newsletter of its kind. Its publisher, GKIC.com, has a membership of over 25,000 entrepreneurs plus over 250,000 online subscribers. Additionally there are local Chapters and Kennedy Study/Mastermind Groups in cities throughout the U.S. and Canada, major events attended by over 1,000 members twice annually, and a portfolio of online courses and resources. Dan is also widely acknowledged as the leader in developing the modern information marketing industry, is a co-founder of the Information Marketing Association , and one of the authors of The Official Get Rich Guide to Information Marketing.

Kennedy is not for everyone and may be an acquired taste. Widely celebrated as "the millionaire-maker" with long track record of taking entrepreneurs to 7-figure incomes and to multi-millionaire wealth, his deliberately provocative, blunt, "No B.S." approach has also earned him the title "Professor of Harsh Reality."

More information about Dan can be found at GKIC.com.

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