Amadeus East Africa to host business seminar in Nairobi  

Amadeus East Africa will be hosting Matthew Kimberley coach, mentor and Head of School for The Book Yourself Solid, School of Coach Training for a one day seminar in Nairobi.

Book Yourself Solid offers you simple, yet effective techniques for creating relentless demand and endless leads for starting and growing a successful service business. The business system is based on two key principles, both of which Matthew Kimberley will apply to the travel industry.

Firstly, There are some people who you’re meant to serve and others … not so much.” This simply means that you do not try to please and sell to everyone reason being, if you try to please everybody you’ll end up pleasing nobody.

The second, “What’s the point in doing anything if we can’t do it with love in our hearts?” What’s the point in getting out of bed, going to work, and serving the people who need us if we don’t get the opportunity to love every minute of the work that we do?

“Amadeus is at the heart of the global travel industry and we are dedicated to working with our customers and partners to shape the future of travel. It is indeed your golden opportunity to sign up, apply the Book Yourself Solid systems to your business, and fall in love all over again with your business,” states the seminar announcement.

The seminar is set for Saturday April 23 from 9am to 5pm at Nairobi’s Villa Rosa Kempinski Hotel. The session is co-organised by KATA and Noesis and delegates have to pay Kshs 10,000 (US $100) to attend.

Apart from Matthew Kimberley, other panelists expected to address the attendees are Michael Port (renowned author of Book Yourself Solid, professional speaker and Entrepreneur) and MurtazaVersi (founder, CEO and Lead Facilitator for Noesis Strategic Institute; who has managed a wide range of change management programs aiming at transforming organizations and individuals into excellence).


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