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HPNG Invites You to an Empowering Networking Lunch

Is your current level of success proportionate to your ability or your potential?

As a professional, you are probably handling the tasks in your life quite successfully, however, you can’t help but to feel that you can achieve more.

Join us in an extraordinary and engaging conversation that will generate a powerful and reflective response to this concern. Our guest speaker, Lt. Roque Torres, an expert in personal development, will guide you in exploring your potential.

Engage in a discussion that will introduce you to a way of accessing what is possible in your life, which up to now, is pretty much invisible to you. To harness electricity it took billions of years until someone had a “point of awareness” of it. Such awareness brought a permanent impact on the way people live their lives.

What is the point of awareness for you that will take you to a higher level of achievement?
ABOUT OUR SPEAKER
Lt. Roque Torres
Leadership and Life Training Coach
New York City Fire Department

Roque Torres is a lieutenant with the New York City Fire Department and heads the leadership and life training division. He’s the founder of Unlimited Potential training, a staff and personal development company, where he teaches professionals how to create more success in their lives, how to create nourishing and supportive business and personal relationship and how to make a heck of a lot more money in the process. His clients include El Especialito Newspaper, Children's Aid Society, American Family Services, just to name a few.  Mr. Torres’ seminars revolve around “how to take yourself to your next level level in your professional and personal live.”

Mr. Torres is a common face in the television airwaves of New York and soon will launching his own weekly television program called “The Up Train.” 


LOCATION & REGISTRATION

Tuesday, November 7, 2007
12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Turtle Bay Grill
987 Second Avenue
(btwn. 52nd & 53rd Sts.)
New York, NY

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