How to Get World Class Leadership Training for Free—for a Limited Time

If you regularly read my blog, you know I am a leadership development junkie. I can’t get enough input. Whether I am attending conferences, reading books, or listening to podcasts, I devour anything I believe will help me be a better leader.

G5 Leadership Website

The G5 Leadership Website

Chances are, this describes you as well. When I did my 2011 Reader Survey, I discovered that my readers have an enormous appetite for growing their leadership:

  • 73% read two or more books a month; 43% read three or more.
  • 75% attend one or more conferences a year; 50% attend two or more.
  • 72% of participated in a webinar in the last year.

If this describes you, you need to know about G5 Leadership.

G5 Leadership is one of the premier live, web training companies in the world. Earlier this year. TrainingIndustry.com referred to them as one of the top leadership training companies to watch in 2011.

They partner with New York Times bestselling authors such as Stanford Professor Bob Sutton, Fast Company founder Bill Taylor, CEO coach Marshall Goldsmith, and people-centric business expert Tim Sanders to name a few.

Think of G5 Leadership as a movie theater. The speakers and their topics are the movies. G5 is a venue where you can go and select which “movies” you want to watch based on which topics are most important to you. But unlike a movie theater, you never have to leave home.

G5 did some research on the economics of the leadership training industry. Get this: On a price-per-minute basis, you can get a degree from Harvard cheaper than you can attend most generic leadership training courses! That’s a bad return on investment if not an outright ripoff. G5 believes that the price of leadership training should look more like the price of a book and less like college tuition.

As a result, a membership to G5 costs just $129 per year. (I’ll tell you how to get it free in a moment.)

This gives you all-access to brilliant people, cool talks, great research, and real-world how-tos. It’s a great resource for anyone who wants to improve their overall leadership or zero in on specific skills like emotional intelligence, communication, performance and much more. You can attend the live seminars (via your computer) or watch them on-demand at a time that is convenient for you.

Now this is the exciting part: as a reader of my blog, you can get a year-long membership to G5 Leadership for free. That’s right: FREE. All you have to do is enter the promotion code g5 when you sign-up. Again, this is a $129 value.

G5’s next live keynote is with Bob Sutton, Stanford University Professor and bestselling author. It will be held on July 14th at 11am EST. His talk is entitled, “Good Boss, Bad Boss.” If you have read the book, you know what a terrific and relevant topic this.

With examples from such diverse workplaces as Pixar and Anchor Steam brewery, Sutton will reveal how the best bosses take diverse and specific steps to create effective and humane workplaces. He offers tips on taking control, getting and giving credit appropriately, taking responsibility, staying in tune with employees, and squelching your potential inner jerk.

I hope you will consider joining G5 Leadership. What have you got to lose?

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  • http://fromboytoman.com Jason L.

    Wow! Thanks for your work in making these resources available to us, Michael. I’m excited to see what G5 leadership has to offer. As a young aspiring businessman, I appreciate any recommendations from people I admire. Thanks for your leadership in my life through this blog.

    • Joe Lalonde

      Jason, I know. I, too, am impressed with this resource. It looks like it should be a great help to leaders.

      • Jmhardy97

        joe

        I would agree.

        jim

  • http://www.warriorshepherd.com/blog Dave Hearn

    Thanks!  Will be going there now… 

    And yes, there always more we can learn as leaders.  I think one thing that makes a leader is that they are “lifetime learners” … there is always a quest for improvement, & good leaders know that they never have all of the answers.

    (I hope G5 knows what they are in for… I’m sure many people will be taking you up on this gift.  Again, thank you)

    • http://www.warriorshepherd.com/blog Dave Hearn

      The link to the Michael Hyatt Readers Access page works, but not the promo code: It’s telling me “Sorry, the promo code you entered is invalid.”

      I’ll give it another try later on.

      • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

        I’m so sorry about that. I have written to G5. Hopefully, we will have it resolved soon. Please check back.

        • http://www.warriorshepherd.com/blog Dave Hearn

          No problem, Michael… 

      • Cindy Hirch

        Dave…I couldn’t get it to work either. I tried several times.

        • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

          I am so sorry for the hassle. I have emailed G5 and am awaiting a fix. Please do check back. It is an amazing resource.

          In the meantime, please try “g5” (without the quotes). That has worked from some people.

          • http://twitter.com/MatthewJCochran Matthew J. Cochran

            That does work.  Thanks!

      • Jmhardy97

        ITs working. It took a few tries.

        Jim

    • Shelley Semrau

      I just tried the link again and it is still not working.

      • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

        I am so sorry for the hassle. Apparently, their server is having a difficult time handling the demand.

        Please try “g5” (without the quotes). That has worked for some people.

        If you can’t get that code to work or can’t get the page to load, then you can register by sending an email to SethJenks@Gmail.com. Please include your first and last name, organization name, job title, and email address.

        Thanks.

        • http://twitter.com/CoachTheresaIF Theresa Ip Froehlich

          Michael, I just signed up about PST noon, so they must have fixed it. Perhaps the people from the Hyatt fan club crashed the site! :)

          • Jmhardy97

            I agree. What a resource Michael has been for us. I have learned and shared so much in such a short time.

            Jim

        • Jmhardy97

          got it, it works now. Thanks for the resource.

          Jim

      • http://www.vouchersmarter.co.uk/ Voucher Codes

        This is an amazingly generous offer!  Thank you, both Michael and G5, for your leadership.

    • http://twitter.com/CoachTheresaIF Theresa Ip Froehlich

      Dave, indeed the mark of a leader is being a lifetime learner. I just signed up with G5 and toured the site. Great resources there!

    • Jmhardy97

      Dave,

      You are correct. Learning takes a life time and Michael makes some good examples above by stating how many books people read and events they attend.

      Jim

  • http://www.converstations.com MikeSansone

    This is an amazingly generous offer!  Thank you, both Michael and G5, for your leadership. At the moment, the promo code is not working, but I will try again soon.

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Thanks. I apologize for that. I have shot them an email. Hopefully, it will be fixed soon.

  • http://jonstolpe.wordpress.com Jon Stolpe

    As a leader, I know that I can always use more training.  Thanks for passing this along!

  • Seth Millican

    Michael – thanks for the tip.  This looks like a great tool for young men like me.  I also tried the promo code and it wasn’t accepted.  I’ll give it a try later on.  Thanks again and have a great week!

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I am sorry about the promo code. I have sent them an email. Please do check back!

  • http://jonstolpe.wordpress.com Jon Stolpe

    The promo code did not work.  I’ll check back later.

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I apologize. I have sent them an email. Please do check back later. Thanks.

  • http://twitter.com/derekbarney Derek Barney

    This would be amazing, but the promo code doesn’t work? Let us know when it will be working.

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I apologize. I have sent them an email. Please do check back later. Thanks.

  • Jill

    I got an error saying promo code was invalid.  But looks like a great site.

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I apologize. I have sent them an email. Please do check back later. Thanks.

  • David Earl

    Looks great, the code doesn’t work

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I apologize. I have sent them an email. Please do check back later. Thanks.

  • http://jonmanna.com Jon Manna

    this is awesome! However, like the others, the Promo code is not working as shown here: http://cl.ly/8DIz

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I apologize. I have sent them an email. Please do check back later. Thanks.

  • http://chriscornwell.org Chris Cornwell

    Awesome! I am so hungry for leadership. I never thought, almost 3 years ago now, when I became a pastor that I would be this hungry for leadership and it would be this important, but wow! I am familiar with G5 and this is amazing! Thanks!

    • Jmhardy97

      That is exciting to here Chris. I bet you are a different person in many ways because of your passion for leadership. Jesus was the greatest leader of all time. You have a great teacher.

      JIm

  • http://twitter.com/RookieWriter David Barry DeLozier

    Once again, your quick links and generous offers are like road signs along the highway of life! What a wonderful guide you are.  I’m starting to feel obligated to pay you a commission when my book sells – at the very least I owe you a mention in the acknowledgments. You the man.

  • Daryle Cardone

    Amazing offer, thank you!!

  • Rev. Ciprian Luca

    Thank you very much for this wonderful gift! It is an amazing resource.

  • http://vesselproject.com Keiki Hendrix

    What an awesome opportunity. I’m signing up.

  • Lucy

    g5 works to the link :)

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Ahhh! Thanks for that.

      • Lucy

        Most welcome

  • Rabrooks1

    Hi Michael,
    As usual, what an outstanding offer. Time taken to sharpen the sickle is never time wasted. I also tried the access code and it says it is invalid.

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I am so sorry for the hassle. I have emailed G5 and am awaiting a fix. Please do check back. It is an amazing resource.

      In the meantime, please try “g5” (without the quotes). That has worked from some people.

      • http://www.bigb94.wordpress.com Brandon

        I think that it might be a hosting error on the site rather than a “code” error because sometimes the site will not load…? It should work perfectly fine when they fix it though. 

        • Joe Lalonde

          Brandon, I think the site not loading is another issue… The influx of people from this site has probably overwhelmed their servers. If you haven’t been able to access it yet, it just worked for me.

          • http://www.bigb94.wordpress.com Brandon

            I accessed it…I had to try a few times though! But I think you were right!

            _____

          • Joe Lalonde

            Great to hear. It looks like it will be a great resource. Hope you will find some great information in it!

            One of the speakers I was excited to see in their series was Tim Sanders. I just finished his book and it was amazing.

          • http://www.bigb94.wordpress.com Brandon

            Yeah, there are some great ones in there!

            _____

        • Jmhardy97

          IT works now, it did not take them long to get whatever the issue was fixed.

          Jim

  • PamelaVMason

    As of 7:40EST, code still not working. Thanks for the offer; I’ll try later.
    How frustrating!

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I am so sorry for the hassle. I have emailed G5 and am awaiting a fix. Please do check back. It is an amazing resource.

      In the meantime, please try “g5” (without the quotes). That has worked from some people.

  • http://jeremysconfessions.com Jeremy Statton

    Looking forward to using it. Certainly no need to apologize. I am grateful that you are providing this opportunity.

  • http://www.facebook.com/momofkings Dawn Michelle King

    Thanks for the great offer. Even though I’m just a peon at work, I hope to be leadership here, in the church, and elsewhere. I’m looking forward to using this! 

  • Dan S

    As others have stated, “thank you” for the great offer.

  • PamelaVMason

    AH! Success!
    Just g5. No quotes, nothing else.
    Thank you very much Mr.Hyatt. Not just for the offer, but for working on the problem, responding, & showing us your efforts. THAT’s leadership!
    I just learned a lesson there.

  • Anonymous

    Fantastic! I’m very excited by this opportunity. The revised promo code is working. 

    My dilemma is whether to sign up as the director of my current engineering organization or as the director of my new venture (and adventure) in writing. Guess it’s time to get that new email working, since G5 won’t accept gmail as a domain. 

    • Anonymous

      I got my email working and am one step closer to my goal as a leader, heading in a new direction. Thanks for sharing this!

  • Scott Lippmann

    I applaud your efforts to make these resources available to your readership, but what about those of us who do not work for an organization with its own email domain, or (like me) who are semi retired and use gmail for email?  Is there a way for us to have access as well?

    Keep up the good work!

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I am not sure. I am checking with G5.

    • Joe Lalonde

      Scott, I was able to sign up with a gmail email account. For the organization, I put N/A. Everything seemed to work fine.

      • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

        That’s good to know.

      • Jmhardy97

        Yes, so was I. It works fine.

        Jim

      • Scott Lippmann

        Thanks for the good info, Joe.  I appreciate it.

  • http://jeffwrightjr.wordpress.com/ Jeff Wright

    g5 is working. Thanks!

  • David

    Using the code g51yearfree with the above link works

  • Thudnall

    I’m excited about this opportunity but the promo code is currently not working. 

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I am so sorry for the hassle. I have emailed G5 and am awaiting a fix. Please do check back. It is an amazing resource.

      In the meantime, please try “g5” (without the quotes). That has worked from some people.

  • Anonymous

    Thanks, Michael, for making this available! I’m really excited about this opportunity. 

  • http://profiles.google.com/sequoiajoy Connie Brown

    I’m looking forward to learning more about G5 leadership and the workshops. I’ll pass the word when the promo code works to several church and business leaders I know.

    Thank you for your generosity. 

    Is this also for people with small spheres of influence?

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      It is for anyone who wants to grow in their leadership. Thanks.

      • http://www.bigb94.wordpress.com Brandon

        Yep. I am still a teenager so I have a lot to learn on leadership…especially in the business world!

        • Jmhardy97

          You have a life time ahead of you, just keep learning and put your learning to work.

          Jim

  • Cindy Hirch

    Thank you for this amazing opportunity and your investment in your readers Michael!

    The g5 code worked and I’m ready to learn…

  • Bgallen

    Thank you, however, the code is not working.

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I am so sorry for the hassle. I have emailed G5 and am awaiting a fix. Please do check back. It is an amazing resource.

      In the meantime, please try “g5” (without the quotes). That has worked from some people.

  • http://www.blissassociates.com Bill Bliss

    Michael,

    This is such a wonderful and generous action on your part.  I am sure that it took some work, some influence and just some dedicated time and communication to make this happen.  You truly demonstrate servant leadership because your motivation is for us, your readers, and not you.  Well done and thanks so much. 

    Your fellow leadership development junkie,

    Bill Bliss

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Thanks, Bill.

  • Teun

    Wow! That’s some great learning material for the next year!

    Thank you so much!

  • William

    Wow the G5 site is now down.  I believe they might have underestimated the demand you would create.  Thanks for everything you do!!!

    • Joe Lalonde

      William, if you haven’t signed up yet, the site is back up. I was just able to register.

  • http://www.thecrimsoncoveredfarmlife.com Amy ~ The Crimson Beloved

    Thank you Michael! I just finished registering for the The Color Code | G5 Leadership Workshop Series .  I am so excited about this new resource.

    • Jmhardy97

      I agree, what a great resource.

      Jim

  • http://LookingForPurpose.com Dylan Dodson

    Whenever you stop feeling the need for additional training/learning, you’ll begin to think you know more than you really do.

    • http://stevencribbs.com Steven Cribbs

      So true. I think it is really important to have other voices to listen to and learn from.

    • Joe Lalonde

      Amen Dylan.

  • http://courseadjustments.wordpress.com B_schebs

    Michael,

    Your Servant spirit amazes me.  In a place where many forget about anyone but themselves, here you are working to get everyone free resources to grow. And when the site doesn’t work as planed you apologize (even thought it is not your fault), and let us know you are taking steps to make it right.

    Thanks for your stellar example.

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      You are welcome. I just hate the inconvenience for everyone!

      • Jmhardy97

        It all worked out. Everyone is excited to get such a great resource. Sometimes things happen, everyone understands.

        Jim

  • http://byrdmouse.wordpress.com Jonathan

    When I feel I have had enough training as a leader is when I cease to become a leader.

  • Martina

    Thanks, Michael. Yes, I always feel the need for more leadership training. As leaders who are in the business of making and building up new leaders, we cannot afford to stop learning. Thanks for the opportunity.
    Thanks for all the great information you share with us.

  • http://byrdmouse.wordpress.com Jonathan

    Having trouble opening the G5 Site, they may have failed to understand how many people follow your lead.

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I am so sorry. We have notified them. Unfortunately, they are in a different time zone, so it may be a while before they get our messages.

      • http://byrdmouse.wordpress.com Jonathan

        I’m sorry, I see you apologizing all throughout the comments and I didn’t want one of my own, I meant it as a compliment to you. Thank you for caring, though.

  • http://profiles.google.com/sequoiajoy Connie Brown

     G5 sounds like an amazing resource. How did you get involved with G5?

  • http://www.touchtheskye.org Chris MacKinnon

    What a fantastic gift. I have noticed the rising cost of leadership training. I can read, but there is something special about seeing it and sharing that experience with others. This is amazing. Thanks to you and G5 for this! (I think we may be crashing their site, though.) 

    • http://stevencribbs.com Steven Cribbs

      I agree Chris. There is something about getting outside of a book and connecting with people.

  • http://twitter.com/matthewdevries Matthew DeVries

    Perhaps the power of MH’s influence crashed their servers? (Ha!).  Thanks for this great opportunity.  I got signed up with “G5″ promo code, but their servers are now down. Hope you are doing well!

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Yes, evidently that is the case. Bummer. I have emailed them. Thanks.

      • Kenneth Ensor

        Be happy. They should be like mh got us so many hits the site crashed….wooohoooo

  • http://www.bigb94.wordpress.com Brandon

    This is awesomesauce! Thanks!

  • Stephanie

    This is awesome, Michael! Thank you so much. I’ve heard of G5 and am excited to have access to information that will enhance my leadership as well as give me more tools with which to help my clients. Appreciate the generosity extended by you and G5 to make this possible.

  • Grantwillreply

    Thanks for the great offer!  Promo code doesnt seem to be working however.  We’ve probably overwhelmed their servers!

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I am so sorry for the hassle. I have emailed G5 and am awaiting a fix. Please do check back. It is an amazing resource.

      When the site comes back up, please try “g5” (without the quotes). That has worked from some people.

  • Charissa Greer

    Thanks Michael for the wonderful resource.  The code is finally working!

  • http://brevis.me Robert Ewoldt

    Michael, thanks for making this available!  I’m really excited about it.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Dan-Ward/1259937566 Dan Ward

    I entered the promo code and it said that it was not valid.

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I am so sorry for the hassle. I have emailed G5 and am awaiting a fix. Please do check back. It is an amazing resource.

      In the meantime, please try “g5” (without the quotes). That has worked from some people.

  • http://twitter.com/Blair_Howell Blair Howell

    All I can say is WOW!!! and a sincere thanks Michael.  This is a great opportunity to learn and grow from some of the best.  I am thoroughly looking forward to what this site has to offer.  Many blessings and keep up the great work.

  • http://twitter.com/animusproject The Animus Project

    I don’t even know where to begin….

    Thank you Michael for this opportunity. It will not be wasted.

    You have my word on that.

  • Nora

    Thank you Michael.  It took a little time but I got in and am registered.  I live in a rural area and there are few trainings available.  Most are costly and require travel.  I read books and  magazines on leadership and I follow you and a few others online to help me learn.  This is such a great offer and I look forward to learning all year long.

  • EFY

    Thank you so much for sharing the insight God has given you.  Thank you for sharing the link to provide such a great gift to others.  Blessings

  • http://twitter.com/teenbug Tina Francis

    It feels like Christmas Michael! WOWIE! So excited about this. :)

    • http://brevis.me Robert Ewoldt

      It does feel a bit like Christmas, doesn’t it?

    • Joe Lalonde

      I know. Christmas in July! The site looks great and I’m looking forward to growing my leadership abilities.

  • http://twitter.com/teenbug Tina Francis

    FYI: The password g5 still works!

  • http://www.bigb94.wordpress.com Brandon

    Do you know if this will work with a regular email. I do not have a company email (I do have a college email for my school though…I’m not sure if that will work?)

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I am not site. Sorry.

      • http://www.bigb94.wordpress.com Brandon

        It works…I just did it. I’m in now! Thanks!

        _____

  • Sreid

    Thanks so much for the offer!

  • http://www.facebook.com/iamdylan Dylan Martin

    Thanks Michael! Can’t wait to get into this.

  • http://lifeengaged.net Joseph

    Yes, I do feel the need for more leadership training. I plan to sign up for the G5 leaderhship training ASAP! Thank you Michael for giving us this opportunity. I love learning more about leadership and I love reading your blog! Thanks again! :) Can you tell I am excited by the use of all the exclamation points?!!

  • Greg Ligon

    Thanks Michael.  What an incredible resource.  I will be using it for my campus staff as well.  Thank you for your leadership… I am a campus pastor at one of the Oak Hills Church campuses in San Antonio.  I am looking forward to meeting you at our staff development in August.  Have a blessed day my friend.

    • http://www.gospellab.com Gospel lab

      That is great to hear that you, as a campus pastor, are training your staff to be leaders.  Sometimes leaders in Christianity get the idea that they are number one and if they train another leader then their position would be in jeopardy.  Even the disciples struggled with this at times asking Jesus who was the greatest.  (Mat. 18:1  At the same time came the disciples unto Jesus, saying, Who is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven?)

      It is a biblical command to train others.  We all should have our young Timothys.

      Keep up the great work.

  • Ensor

    I think u might have blown out g5 s servers…..they are down….

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I know. I am so sorry. Hopefully, they will get it back up soon.

  • http://profiles.google.com/sequoiajoy Connie Brown

    Liking the G5 Leadership Facebook page allows free membership. That worked for me while the website was up.

    Thanks, Michael, for all you do to mentor leaders and writers.

  • Gayle

    yes, we have crashed the server again. This time it looks really shattered. Hope they can get it back online soon!

  • LJ3

    Still not able to get G5 to accept the promotion code.

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I am so sorry for the hassle. I have emailed G5 and am awaiting a fix. Please do check back. It is an amazing resource.

      In the meantime, please try “g5” (without the quotes). That has worked from some people.

  • Linda Sandmann

    Thank-you for this opportunity.  As a leader (at least an aspiring one) I would think I will always feel the need for more training.

  • Cshultz

    I was very disappointed that the “g5michaelhyatt” was no longer valid for a free membership.

    Cerelle Sh.

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I am so sorry for the hassle. I have emailed G5 and am awaiting a fix. Please do check back. It is an amazing resource.

      In the meantime, please try “g5” (without the quotes). That has worked from some people.

  • http://jasonfountain.blogspot.com Jason Fountain

    Michael, what an awesome resource! I’ve never heard of G5, but can’t wait to dive in.

    I believe that one of the primary mindset of leaders and changers is one of continuous growth. Anthony Robbins uses the term CANI: Constant And Never-ending Improvement. When we stop learning, we stop growing – period.

    Also, whether we have an “official” title or not, we are all leaders (http://bit.ly/qytEsC). Thanks, again!

    • http://stevencribbs.com Steven Cribbs

      CANI – I like it! And I agree, we have to keep learning – when we stop, we begin diminishing in what we have to offer as a leader.

  • Bonnie Kirk

    You may already know this, but the link in your email
    is to a page that Drupal reports is “currently not available due to technical
    problems”. Guessing your subscribers have overwhelmed their server. Thanks
    again for the good things you bring to us. Have a blessed day.

    • Bonnie Kirk

      Sorry for the duplications.
      This is a popular post! When I started typing, there were 0 comments!

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Yes, I am afraid that is the case. Sorry. You might check back later.

  • http://www.gospellab.com Gospel lab

    They should offer a leadership class in colleges and call it Michaelhyatt.com  101.

    What a great opportunity to get some good leadership training.  I believe this is really important in the times we are living in.

    It is sad the road that America is going down.  The younger generation is being taught to rely more and more on the government to supply all their needs.   No need to think or work for yourself, we the government have already done that for you.

    Young people used to come out of college with the attitude that now I have graduated, now is the time for me to work hard and make a difference in the world and to lead the way for a better future.  Now young kids are shaped and molded into government puppets having their minds filled with ideologies that render them the followers of the Pied Piper instead of being the leaders they need to be.

    I am glad people like Michael Hyatt have been so generous to give us the leadership skills that so many of us desperately need.

    Thanks Michael.

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      You are welcome. Thanks!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Letladi-Sebesho/1196875520 Letladi Sebesho

    I definately feel the need for more training. My focus has been on books so far, videos on the subject are scarce, that’s why I’m grabbing this opportunity… thanks for organizing this deal for me!

  • Anonymous

    I was invited last year to be a part of a leadership training opportunity, then found out it would cost me $23,000…now it came with a masters, but price has always been an issue because it was like buying a new car…a minimum of 400 per month…I like the cost of a book idea!

  • Carolyndyck

    Thank you for this wonderful opportunity!  I am always looking for inspiration and  encouragement  and you always seem to either supply that in the blog or with the outside sources!  Thank you so much!

  • http://successbeginstoday.org/wordpress John Richardson

    Michael Hyatt’s Audience = Intense

    Free Offer= Motivation

    Intense Motivation = Server Overwhelm

    Server Overwhelm = Patience

    Patience = A Virtue

    Ahh… a Test of Leadership!

    Thanks, Michael

    I hope I pass… open, open, open…

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Patience is the part I need work on. Argh.

    • http://www.jeffrandleman.com Jeff Randleman

      That’s too funny!

    • Joe Lalonde

      I like your breakdown John!

    • http://stevencribbs.com Steven Cribbs

      Very nice John! Patience is definitely something we need as leaders … And as people who rely on technology :)

      • http://successbeginstoday.org/wordpress John Richardson

        When I see server problems like today, I realize I have job security as a
        tech…

        • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

          Yes, rest easy!

        • http://www.tnealtarver.wordpress.com TNeal

          I guess that’s the advantage of reading Mike’s post a day later than usual. No overload and no wait.–Tom

          • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

            Yea, by the time you got to it, they got the bugs worked out. It was pretty crazy yesterday.

          • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

            Yea, by the time you got to it, they got the bugs worked out. It was pretty crazy yesterday.

  • Allen Marsh

    Thank you for the great resource. I look forward to getting in and looking around. I thought it might just be my work computer or firewall. Thank you for keeping us up to date.

  • http://somewiseguy.com ThatGuyKC

    Whoa!! Thank you so much for the recommendation and free membership. I’m becoming a leadership junkie thanks to you.

    My wife might send me to rehab if it gets much worse. ;)

  • http://kingdomdreamstour.com Teri Frana

    Thank you very much for this resource.  It comes at the perfect time for me.  Will try back when the code is working.  Thanks again! 

  • Jeff Johnson

    Let me add another “Thanks” to the list!  I am also reminded of Gerber’s warning that success (thousands of people hitting your website at once) can often be hard on a business.  “G5″ still seems to be working as a promo code.

  • http://leehoover.com Lee Hoover

    Took a while, but it just worked for me. I used the promo code g5. Thanks so much for this offer, Michael!

  • http://www.cheriblogs.info Cheri Gregory

    It worked! How exciting!  Thanks muchly!

  • Anonymous

    Michael,
    Thank you so much for this amazing resource and all that you have set to do for leaders!

  • http://www.brandonkraft.com Brandon Kraft

    Forget about the Digg Effect, it’s the Michael Hyatt Effect now. :-)

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Ha! I sure didn’t anticipate this.

  • Stacy Harp

    Very cool, thanks Michael. Right now their whole website is down, but when it comes back up, I will definitely sign up.  I’ve never really had any leadership training, so maybe this will get me hooked.

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I am so sorry for the hassle, Stacy.

      • Stacy Harp

        No worries – I have a friend in Florida who said they got on the site fine, just now.   I’m in California, so maybe it’s their servers that are only hitting certain parts of the country at a time.  I’ve seen that happen before.  I just appreciate the offer – it’s actually a pretty generous one.

  • http://twitter.com/timage Tim Milburn

    With enough people clamoring for a free annual subscription to a top notch leadership training site based on the recommendation of a well known leadership author and speaker that we crash the site…

    There’s a leadership lesson in here somewhere.

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I’m afraid you are right!

  • Elton McMillan

    Awesome! this just shows the impact you are having on Leadership. I can see a future Blog post coming from this :) Michael you have been a great inspiration to me and a invaluable resource. Thanks for your commitment to equip others.

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Thanks, Elton.

  • http://twitter.com/Dion_Govender Dion Govender

     Looking forward to this. Thank you Michael and the folk at G5 Leadership. The site is down at the moment  but I did manage to sign up using the “g5″ promo code an hour ago.

  • http://www.facebook.com/jonathan.vanhorn14 Jonathan Van Horn

    Thank you!  This will be a huge benefit to me.  I am young leader and in the process of relocating and leading my first staff team for a non-profit.  I am excited about the leadership “movies” that G5 offers! Thank you for making this available to your readers and your influence/leadership in my life through your blog!

  • Botamom

    I really appreciate the free promotion code. I tried to access the G5 site, but cannot get it to load. I will continue to try. I look forward to the information and the videos. Thanks so much for making important information about leadership accessible.

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I am so sorry for the hassle. I have emailed G5 and am awaiting a fix. Please do check back. It is an amazing resource.

      In the meantime, please try “g5” (without the quotes). That has worked from some people.

  • http://darensirbough.tumblr.com Daren Sirbough

    The more I realise that God is calling me to be a leader, the more I feel inadequate to the task at hand. Thus I feel strongly about leadership training. I can’t get this right on my own.

  • http://www.writerscupofgrace.com Alicia Scott

    Looking forward to getting this – THANKS! Can’t wait for the site to come alive again. :-)

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I can’t wait either. ;-)

      • http://www.writerscupofgrace.com Alicia Scott

        I’m in! wheee. :-) Thanks a bunch again – and THANKS to G5 as well!

  • http://twitter.com/PastrMarkHaines Mark Haines

    Michael, thank you for making this available. It’s worth the hassle of downed servers and malfunctioning passwords. Your blog posts often find their way into my Evernote app.  Thank you for investing your time and talents in others.

  • http://stevencribbs.com Steven Cribbs

    CANI – I like it! And I agree, we have to keep learning – when we stop, we begin diminishing in what we have to offer as a leader.

  • Jjohnson

    The promo code g5michaelhyatt does not work.

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I am so sorry for the hassle. I have emailed G5 and am awaiting a fix. Please do check back. It is an amazing resource.

      In the meantime, please try “g5” (without the quotes). That has worked from some people.

  • Craiggo

    Not sure where I’ve been that I had not heard about G5. Thank you for the generous offer, G5 and Michael Hyatt!

  • http://stevencribbs.com Steven Cribbs

    Very nice John! Patience is definitely something we need as leaders … And as people who rely on technology :)

  • http://www.forward-living.com W. Mark Thompson

    Always looking for further training in leadership. This is GREAT, MH! Thank you for putting this out here. VERY much appreciated. Blessings!

  • http://twitter.com/G5seth Seth Jenks

    This is Seth from G5 leadership. The traffic from today’s post has crashed our server 3 times this morning. We were not anticipating such a response. In order to keep it from continuing to crash.  We’ve had to limit the number of connections that we can accept at once. We are currently in the process of expanding our capacity.  If you can’t connect try back later today and you should be able to register for a membership.

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Thanks, Seth.

  • Jennifer Way

    This is fantastic!  Thanks so much!

  • PVT

    Thanks so much for the gift of G5, Michael — this is a fabulous resource!  I am surprised I have not run across this one before, being a leadership junkie like you, but I learn something new all the time from your blog!  I successfully signed up with the “g5″ code (without quotes) but the whole site is running very slowly.  We are probably overwhelming it and need them to offer a webinar on A Leader’s Patience,  a quality always in short supply it seems.  PVT

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Yes, indeed. We spoke to the technical person there. They didn’t anticipate the response they are getting. There server is struggling to keep up. I think we have outright crashed it several times this morning.

  • http://stevencribbs.com Steven Cribbs

    Thanks for such an awesome resource, Michael!

    I do see a need for additional (continual) leadership training. In my various roles, i have the opportunity to speak into the lives of other leaders and I want to always have the best to offer others – as well as to use personaly.

    A posture of consistent and continual learning is such an essential trait of an effective leader.

  • http://twitter.com/Brianowen Brian Owen

    Wow.  Thanks for this Michael.  I look forward to using this with my staff and for my own growth as a leader.

  • http://twitter.com/obihaive Joseph Sanchez

    I can use a lot of work on my leadership abilities and you can bet I’ll be signing up for the G5 leadership. Thanks so much!!!!

  • T K Bakker

    I’m getting an invalid code when I enter the promo code

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I am so sorry for the hassle. Apparently, their server is having a difficult time handling the demand.

      Please try “g5” (without the quotes). That has worked for some people.

      If you can’t get that code to work or can’t get the page to load, then you can register by sending an email to SethJenks@Gmail.com. Please include your first and last name, organization name, job title, and email address.

      Thanks.

  • T K Bakker

    I’m getting an invalid code when I enter the promo code

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I am so sorry for the hassle. Apparently, their server is having a difficult time handling the demand.

      Please try “g5” (without the quotes). That has worked for some people.

      If you can’t get that code to work or can’t get the page to load, then you can register by sending an email to SethJenks@Gmail.com. Please include your first and last name, organization name, job title, and email address.

      Thanks.

  • T K Bakker

    I’m getting an invalid code when I enter the promo code

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I am so sorry for the hassle. Apparently, their server is having a difficult time handling the demand.

      Please try “g5” (without the quotes). That has worked for some people.

      If you can’t get that code to work or can’t get the page to load, then you can register by sending an email to SethJenks@Gmail.com. Please include your first and last name, organization name, job title, and email address.

      Thanks.

  • http://twitter.com/rkinnick59 Randy Kinnick

    Thanks!  What a great value!!  Going there now!!!

  • http://kristenmarble.com/ Kristen Marble

    Thank you Michael!  This will be a great resource!  Although I’ve never really seen myself as a leader, over the past year I have been realizing that I regularly get put into leadership positions or am asked to be a leader.  It’s important to me to be the best possible leader in all of those situations, so I am “hungry” for input and growth.

  • Anonymous

    Thank you for making this resource available for us. I am looking forward to learning and refining my leadership skills. Thanks for the investment. Thank you.

    I know (by faith) G5 technical team is working out to resolve the issue. I will check back tomorrow. Hopefully their site will load little more faster then. Smile.

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I am so sorry for the hassle. Apparently, their server is having a difficult time handling the demand.

      Please try “g5” (without the quotes). That has worked for some people.

      If you can’t get that code to work or can’t get the page to load, then you can register by sending an email to SethJenks@Gmail.com. Please include your first and last name, organization name, job title, and email address.

      Thanks.

      • Anonymous

        Thank you sir. You do not have to apologize for this. Thank you for giving me the access to these awesome resources. I will send Seth Jenks an email as you instructed.

  • http://twitter.com/readagain Amy Clairmont

    Do I need additional leadership training? Yes, sir! I once thought leadership to be to be optional… you know: “Oh, that’s just not ME!” Then someone explained we are ALL leaders in some area(s). It is up to us whether we become a good leader or a poor leader.
    Thank you, MH. Signing up now.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=606788573 Lesley Keao Glenn

    like in leadership….patience.  I got in.  Thanks for this.

  • http://twitter.com/G5seth Seth Jenks

    I double checked on the promo codes. They work and should be functioning fine.  It may just be slow because of the traffic load. We’ve had to limit the number of connections, so if you cannot access the page try back a little later today.  Thanks for being patient.

  • Jimmy R

    Michael, This is awesome! Thank you for this investment into my life.  I have registered through G5 and looking at their calendar of events.  Again, thank you.

  • Jonathan Gallegly

    Michael, thanks so much for this offer.  I did get logged in successfully after waiting a couple of hours.  I am looking forward to watching some of this later when I am at home and have some free time.  I really enjoy reading your blog every day.  

  • http://twitter.com/isanchez18 Ivanhoe Sánchez

    Thanks again Michael.  I just sign up and it’s working.  I can’t wait for the first seminar.  Your blog has help me to start up my engine…with lots of help of Steven Pressfield “Do the Work” too.

  • http://www.jeffrandleman.com Jeff Randleman

    Just signed up.  The G5 site is back up.  Thanks for the opportunity for this!  This is simply incredible!

  • http://www.facebook.com/SaraRassler Sara Jane Rassler

    I don’t think anyone ever has enough leadership training, no matter how old or young, no matter how many years they’ve been in the business. Thanks for this, Michael, you never cease to amaze me with the awesome resources you provide. Your thoughtfulness is appreciated.

  • http://justinfalls.com Justin Falls

    Wow….what an incredible offer, Michael! Thank you so much.

  • Anonymous

    I have been a personal growth junkie for the past 7 years. I know a leaders growth determiners their success and direction. Thanks for offering this services.   

  • Joe Lalonde

    Michael, thanks for the link and code to the G5 Leadership site.

    I do feel the need for additional leadership training. I do not want to get stagnant in leading others and feel training is the best way to continue to grow.

  • http://www.dwaynes--world.blogspot.com Dwayne Morris

    Thanks for investing in my development as a leader. I too am a “leadership addict.” Looking forward to sharpening the saw…

  • http://www.dwaynes--world.blogspot.com Dwayne Morris

    One quick addendum: I’m surprised that G5 didn’t see the overwhelming response coming their way. We attract who we are, so they had to know if MH let on that his “tribe” could gain access to this resource for free that the tidal wave of “Mini-Hyatts” would be crashing their server.

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Ha! I didn’t see it coming either!

  • http://twitter.com/shandel shandel

    Thank you Michael.  You always give such value. What a great example of leadership you offer to us all.  Thank you!  @shandel:twitter 

  • Anonymous

    Thanks for another great resource Michael! Looking forward to this.

  • Anonymous

    Micheal,
    Thank you  for this wonderful gift. As an entrepreneur i find tremendous value in leadership development trainings, but rarely find time to attend one. G5 trainings will go a long way in helping me improve my skills.
     

  • Steve Morgan

    Thanks Michael.  I signed up.  Looks really cool.

  • http://www.facebook.com/jon.stallings1 Jon Stallings

    I know it has been said a lot already, but thank you for sharing these great resources. It is refreshing to see people willing to truly invest in others.

    I have activated my account at G5

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Wonderful, Jon. You are welcome!

  • Sean K.

    Michael Hyatt… you rock! Thanks for investing in leaders. I hope to thank you face to face at DCW in October

  • http://twitter.com/TSchramme Tina Schramme

    Thanks from a Leadership Junkie with a limited budget! 

  • Brian Stewart

    Dear Mike: Thank you very much for this generous gift. I just signed up. I had never heard of G5 before, and now I have a year’s free membership, thanks to you! I hope someday I can return the favor. God bless, Brian Stewart

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      You are welcome, Brian.

  • Anonymous

    Thank you so much for this opportunity. Excited to learn more. You can NEVER learn enough about leadership. My goal is to remain completely teachable throughout my life. The best leaders are followers. 

  • http://ericspeir.com/ Eric

    Thanks for this great opportunity. I’m a leadership junkie who loves reading and learning about leadership. We can only go as high as our leadership can take us.

  • http://www.adjuvancy.com/wordpress Roy A. Ackerman, Ph.D., E.A.

    I ALWAYS believe that training is useful.  I wish I were perfect- but that is obviously untrue.  The trick is to find folks who provide valuable information, or folks who may provide lesser value information, but with humor or that can invoke my interest (via presentation or theatric components).
    And, THANK YOU!

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  • kymoore

    Ditto the thanks for the offer, Michael. Just celebrated my 50th and am excited that there is more of me I want to see and want to contribute. Looking forward to listening and participating. 

  • http://www.lydiadifrancesco.com Lydia Di Francesco

    Thanks for providing the free membership Michael! I look forward to becoming a better leader. I hope we’ll be seeing something from you on the site! :)

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I hope so, too!

  • Chester Williams

    The promo code still is not working.

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Please try “g5” (without the quotes). That has worked for some people.

      If you can’t get that code to work or can’t get the page to load, then you can register by sending an email to SethJenks@Gmail.com. Please include your first and last name, organization name, job title, and email address.

      Thanks.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=736545227 Karla Reisch Akins

    The access code did not let me in. :( I would love to be  part of this!

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Please try “g5” (without the quotes). That has worked for some people.

      If you can’t get that code to work or can’t get the page to load, then you can register by sending an email to SethJenks@Gmail.com. Please include your first and last name, organization name, job title, and email address.

      Thanks.

  • http://www.facebook.com/andrew.latorcai Andrew Latorcai

    Thank you very much!

  • http://twitter.com/CoachTheresaIF Theresa Ip Froehlich

    Michael, I am so excited about the G5Leadership site, I shared it over the phone with my husband who heads up a medical facility.

    Amazingly, a lot of what these leadership gurus teach are the same qualities that Jesus teaches: humility, love, higher purpose etc. It appears that becoming a Level 5 leader (as in Jim Collins’ Good to Great) or mastering the fifth Gear (as in G5Leadership) is about becoming transformed in the likeness of Jesus Christ!

  • Derek

    Thank you for this opportunity.  Taking advantage of the first one offered next week…Good Boss, Bad Boss.  
    -Derek

  • Rjshirley

    Adding my “thanks” to the list you are receiving. Fantastic opportunity to learn and share insights.

  • Forrest

    Thanks for making this possible at no cost. I’m taking advantage of it. Your blog offers so much to help me grow as a leader and I appreciate all you do.

  • Maureenrank

    Did I miss something?  This sounds wonderful, but when I tried to sign up, it would only allow those with a company name as the email address to register — no yahoos or gmail-ers allowed.

  • Soulcity

    What a nice surprise. Thanks much for sharing! I’m certain this treat will prove to be a valuable resource for me and my leadership growth.

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  • Valplo1

    Hello Michael,
    Thank you for your overwhelming generosity with the g5 memberships! I am deeply grateful and look forward to absorbing the resources. I’m on staff at a church and will be able to use the wisdom in countless ways.

    I’am fairly new to your blog and am enjoying it immensely. I prayed for you and your wife on your 30 day retreat. I trust the days ahead to be rich indeed for the two of you.

    God bless you,
    Val

  • Kevin P

    I absolutely feel the need for additional leadership training, whether to learn something new or reinforce what I’m already doing.  Like you, I’m a development junkie, although there’s a temptation to try to do too much.

    Thanks for the code, and the insight you provide through your blog.

  • http://twitter.com/gregsligon Greg Ligon

    just subscribed to G5 and signed up for David Allen’s Getting Things Done leadercast in January thanks @mhyatt:disqus

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I am excited about that one as well!

  • Jmhardy97

    This is great. Thank you for sharing. I have already register for a learning opportunity.

    Jim

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  • Bogdan Babalau

    Thank you Michael for this oportunity! I appreciate this and I will sure enjoy it! Thanks again!

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  • http://twitter.com/Juanbg Juan

    Mike,
    Thank you for all the value you bring to our lives.

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      You are welcome, Juan.

  • http://www.facebook.com/marknjane MarknJane Burlinson

    Thanks Michael! Leadership is ALWAYS learning – and ALWAYS investing in others. Thanks for being such a great leader Michael!

  • http://www.facebook.com/marknjane MarknJane Burlinson

    Leadership is ALWAYS learning, and ALWAYS investing in others. Thanks for demonstrating your own leadership in such a generous way Michael!

  • http://faith-gracenotes.blogspot.com Carol Swan

    Thank you for your generous gift, I am looking forward to learning from this site.  Log in worked smoothly for me just now.

  • http://twitter.com/lettner Michael Lettner

    Thanks! The code worked for me! Do you know if they give you a certificate for attending the seminar? With my profession, we have to get so many “professional development hours” each year and this would be a great way if I have proof of attending the seminar. I’m looking forward to watching them!

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Honestly, I am not sure.

  • Dawn Priebe

    I just wanted to say thank you for access to this resource at no charge.  Yesterday I was able to log on and gain access to G5.  I’m looking forward to utilizing the information provided as I continue down my career path.  I’ve made reading your blog one of the first things I do when I get in the office every day.

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Wonderful! Thanks.

  • http://www.facebook.com/tomjam Tom Jamieson

    Michael, Thank you so much for sharing this resource and offering this opportunity.  I’m very excited to learn all I can.  Thanks for all your inspiration through this blog.

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  • http://www.tnealtarver.wordpress.com TNeal

    Exceptional offer! Thanks, Mike.

  • http://www.tnealtarver.wordpress.com TNeal

    Signed up. Quick and simple.

  • Anonymous

    This is an awesome opportunity.  Thank you so much.

  • Anonymous

    Took me less than a minute to sign up.  Very easy.

  • http://www.journeyofworship.com Chris Gambill

    Thank you for providing this resource. I appreciate it.

  • Jesse

    Thank you SO MUCH for giving this to us. It’s awesome!

    Appreciate your generosity in connecting us to your network.

  • http://twitter.com/SoumangueBasse Soumangue Basse

    Your the best Michael!  Thank you for sharing this awesome resource..

  • http://www.facebook.com/ctpotts Chris Potts

    This is awesome, thanks!!  

  • Debehret

    I am thrilled to see the offer for G5 leadership for a year. Unfortunately, as a grad student, I don’t have an employer right now and subsequently can’t sign up. I thought about asking my husband to sign up for me, but that’s restricted by the limitations (and rightfully so). Maybe next time… but what a disappointment. I’m not sure I understand the need for employment, and wonder if a school email address would work also.

    Nevertheless, I appreciate the opportunities you offer, Michael, and thank you for your work in making these available.

    Deb Ehret

  • http://allanwhite.net/ allanwhite

    Got it, thanks a ton Michael! Will be sharing this with our exec team at Luis Palau.

    Their site being fireballed (Hyatted?) is a good reminder to keep our sites ready for the big crush that can happen. :)

  • Cynthia Leighton

    for sure! I get your weekly summary version so I just read your note. Leadership learning is a life time commitment for me.

  • http://www.BartLeger.com Bart Leger

    Just got a chance to read this one. Awesome! Just signed up.

  • http://www.christopherneiger.com/blog Chris Neiger

    Listening to Tim Sanders right now, thanks for this!

  • Matt

    Mr. Hyatt,
    Thanks so much for offering this resource.  After signing up and visiting, I know it’s going to be amazing.  Thanks for once again giving us real resources and valuable tools.  I appreciate your dedication and work.

  • http://www.mosaicmiamichurch.com Kev sutherland

    Yes! absolutely! So glad i found this site…. i will continue to follow your posts! Thanks! 

  • Anonymous

    Very Cool!  I was able to still use the promo code.  Thanks!
    Can’t wait to dive in and check it out!

  • Anonymous

    Thanks for posting this, what a great idea, company and promotion!

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  • Rob

    Leadership training?  No.  There’s leadership training being offered everywhere.  What i need is leadership mentoring.  Someone who will be more than a coach or a consultant, who will track with me and hold me accountable in all areas of my life and work. 

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I hope you find a mentor. Another model you might think about is coaching. That’s the wrote I took with Building Champions. Although I had to pay for it, it was worth every penny—and more.

  • http://twitter.com/plantedinchrist Brandon Weldy

    I have continued to get your emails but have fallen way behind in reading them! I was very excited about G5 and hoped the offer was still up, and it was! I have really felt the need to increase my leadership skills and I know that I can use all the help I can get! 

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  • Dprieste

    this page have being a such of blessing to improve my memory . thanks alot