Free “Leadership Training” – Ajax (Toronto), Jan. 14, 2015

1st in a Series of Events To Be Held in Ajax

Home Setting Provides Comfortable, Relaxed Atmosphere

Leadership training will be provided this evening, January 14, in Ajax (Greater Toronto), Ontario. Registration starts at 7:00 p.m. Training starts at 7:30 p.m. and lasts until 8:30 p.m.

This event will take place in the home of a Max associate and is by invitation only. To attend, please call Howard Halpern at 416 398-TALK (8255). This is for people who are interested in learning more about Max International, its health products, and the opportunity to develop a Max business.

This business can be run from home. It can start part time. It can lead to a full-time business and provide an excellent income. People can set their own hours. It provides an opportunity for people to not only improve their own health, but to earn a living by sharing with others the knowledge and experience they have acquired.

Max also offers leadership training sessions in Toronto, in a hotel on the airport strip. The present event in Ajax offers an alternative that will appeal to those who prefer a more relaxed and informal setting. Although it is conveniently located for persons who live in Ajax, this event is not restricted to residents of that locality. It is open to people living in or visiting greater Toronto.

Max is an organization that believes in leadership, supports leadership, and fosters leadership. This event is an example of how the larger organization makes its expertise available to people in local communities. The people who become Max associates are typically people who have a strong desire to help others. Their involvement in third-world countries, bringing opportunities for financial independence and stability to persons who are struggling for survival, attests to the charitable nature of these individuals.

As a person who has been involved in Max since 2011, I have been impressed with the level of compassion I have seen in Max associates and the team-oriented approach taken by the organization as a whole, from the top down.

It’s really a combination of goodwill, friendly encouragement, and practical advice. This is why I remain a part of the organization and why I am using the Internet to spread the word. I am focusing on the Toronto area initially, and would like, ultimately, to draw attention to events taking place in other localities. The nature of the organization is such that people from all regions can get involved and receive lots of help and support from their colleagues, in the 11 countries where Max currently operates.

I look forward to seeing you at one of the Max events, soon!