Friday, June 20, 2008

Work the System to get what you want

"Work the System" to get what you want

Learn how on this free teleseminar Tuesday

"Seizing control: How to work less and make more"

If you're tired of working long, strenuous hours -- and seeing little on your paycheck to show for it -- here's your chance to seize control and find freedom.
Sam Carpenter, author of the new book, Work the System: The Simple Mechanics of Working Less and Making More, will be presenting on the Free Escape 9 to 5 Teleseminar Series Tuesday, June 24. For small business owners, corporate ladder-climbers, and nine-to-fivers, this will be your boots-on-the-ground blueprint for breaking free and actually getting what you want out of life.

Carpenter is president and CEO of Centratel, the number one telephone answering service in the nation, located in Bend, Ore. He says that by streamlining his business and assuming a new, simple vantage point, he's found the answer to working less and making more. On Tuesday, you'll learn the specifics of how Sam "worked the system" to reduce an 80- to 100-hour workweek to a mere 2 hours -- and the simple, tangible steps necessary to follow in his footsteps.

What: "Seizing control: How to work less and
make more"

When: Tuesday, June 24, 2008
6 p.m. (Pacific), 9 p.m. (Eastern)

Cost: Free

Click here to register

By the way, Sam was recently interviewed on superstation KTLA Morning News in Los Angeles. You can view the entire interview on our homepage:
You will also find a valuable free download on

Here's what some readers are saying about Work the System: The Simple Mechanics of Working Less and Making More:

"The best management book of the year. Follow Sam's path and your business will become orderly, disciplined, repeatable, and profitable."
- Thomas Cox, founder of Cox Business Consulting,

"Just because you're a small business doesn't mean you should think or act small. Sam Carpenter has brought together the practices of the biggest and best companies to help you succeed in your small business."
- Rich Sloan, co-founder of

Hope you'll join us on Tuesday. Again, go to Escape 9 to 5 to sign up for the call.

Natalie Troyer
Publicist, North Sister Publishing

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