North Wales, PA, January 20, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- North Wales, PA. Every year, well known marketing expert and business entrepreneur, Terri Levine, hosts a seminar for small business owners, with all proceeds going to charity, specifically, RSD (Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Syndrome).
This year the seminar topic is: Disciplines of Thriving Entrepreneurs, in which she will be teaching entrepreneurs and business owners how to be one of the 5% who succeed in their businesses, and it will be held Friday February, 25th in Plymouth Meeting, PA.
Terri Levine is known as the Business Growth Guru and is President of Comprehensive Coaching U, Inc., and in addition to being a keynote speaker and published author, she is featured on NBC, ABC, CBS, CNBC, MSNBC, The New York Times, The Chicago Tribune, Shape, Fortune, Forbes, and over 198 radio shows worldwide.
Levine's reason for supporting RSD is a personal one, having suffered from RSD herself from an injury she received a few years ago, and she hates to think of the pain that a child suffers each day with the disease.
This year's recipient from the proceeds of this year's event go to teenage RSD victim, Danielle Herb, to help her get the medical care she needs.
Danielle is 17 and before RSD, she was a gifted young entrepreneur who helped children with ADHD and Autism using her horses. She has been affected by RSD for 1 1/2 years and her RSD experience is like something from a nightmare. She has been misdiagnosed, hospitalized, paced in leather restraints, her room stripped of all belongings and a guard placed at her door because she was in severe pain. Videos of Danielle, both before and after RSD, appear on Youtube.
Levine pleads for public support. "The reason I am not retired is to raise funds for children like Danielle. My cause makes me work hard as a business growth strategist. I love how I am able to help business owners and children like Danielle all at the same time, and I promise to share valuable insights on how you can achieve a super successful business at this seminar."
The seminar is open to everyone but is geared specifically towards business owners and entrepreneurs, new startups as well as veterans, self-employed professionals, SOHO's and even individuals who are thinking of starting their own business.
When asked why she chose this means for fundraising for teenage RSD sufferers, Levine says, "Business owners and professionals need help too, and I have found this means of fundraising to be most successful because generally, people appreciate getting something back. This is my way of giving back for their donation, and I'll be sharing the ten most significant practices and habits that separate successful entrepreneurs from the struggling ones. I'll be teaching not just the What but the Why and the How."
Registrations are now open and people can register by calling 877-401-6165.
More information is available on the Terri Levine Foundation for children With RSD website.