December 21, 2015 – Millionaire Conversations Jason Oman & Be More Todd Putman

Jason Oman – Founder of Success Resources and Author of Conversations with Millionaires: What Millionaires Do to Get Rich, That You Never Learned About in School!

Jason Oman

Jason Oman

Jason Oman works to makes others successful by sharing secret steps to success. He learned the success secrets from executing several projects with and spending time with many different self-made millionaires. In the late 90′s, Jason was a Featured TV Success Story on a TV show with various millionaires. He took this information and wrote his first book ‘Conversations with Millionaires’ which became a #1 Best-Seller. He followed up with the ‘Millionaire Money Formula’ and ‘Conversations with Female Millionaires.’ His latest project helps people create multiple streams of income working from home and shows how home business entrepreneurs are finding more ways to make money and become successful.
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Todd Putman – Author of Be More: Find your truth, tell your story, and get what you want out of life.

Todd Putman

Todd Putnam

Todd Putman is a consumer strategist at heart and advocate for mission-driven organizations that deliver societal benefit. Todd serves as General Manager for the Garden Fresh strategic business unit within Campbell Soup Company. Previously, Todd was the Chief Commercial Officer of Bolthouse Farms, where the mission is to Inspire the Fresh Revolution. Todd recently served as an architect of “TeamFNV,” a brand collaboration focused on increasing consumption and sales of fruits and vegetables among teens and moms. He also was deeply involved in “Eat Brighter,” created to encourage children to make the choice to eat more fruits and vegetables. Both partnerships included the White House and First Lady Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move! Initiative and the Produce Marketing Association, among others. Todd has over 30 years of experience in general management, marketing, and innovation with powerhouse brands like Procter & Gamble, The Walt Disney Company, and The Coca-Cola Company.
Todd Putman

 

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