This conference call is an outgrowth of 30 years counseling people about work related issues and a longstanding interest in how we can be better prepared. Join others who want to talk about some of these issues:
Typical comments from past participants:
“I don’t feel I have a solid approach to protecting my assets. I want to know more.”
“Dealing with investment professionals they want to sell you on their confidence. I want a dialogue. What attracted me was this idea of not losing money. I flat out don't want to lose my savings."
"I want simpler answers. I can read the Wall Street Journal but that only goes so far. Show me how I can truly protect my family.”
”Retirement, great! Now what the hell do I do? I found on one conference call I was finally catching on to what I can do to preserve what I've earned."
“I will have no choice but to work longer, maybe into my seventies. I find that disturbing and would like some better alternatives.”
“I am still working but have serious doubts about successfully sustaining in my profession. So, I know it will be up to me but I'll go broke paying so called experts. Talking with Michael was refreshing."
"No body sellin' nuttin. We were talking and I was learning."
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Most people have no forum for these discussions. The Strong Step Defense phone seminars allow you to share your thoughts and concerns with your peers
Michael Sunday has spent 30 years talking with people about their employment concerns and an additional 14 years as a talent scout. Beginning in 2000 I began seriously studying cause and effect in preparedness---that’s the Strong Step Defense part. It’s a long standing interest.
Signing up for a Strong Step Defense Telephone Meeting
You will be calling into a free conference calling phone number. That may mean
you’ll be paying for a long distance call. On the day and hour sent to you by email
simply dial the phone number, enter the access code and you are part of the call.
If you want to participate send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org We’ll send back
info on the next phone conference. The calls generally last an hour but have run longer.