“Mr Attitude” to present a free speech at South Dakota State Fair
How to Tap into Your Creative Potential, featuring Bob “Mr. Attitude” Prentice of Professional Development Systems and The Prairie Beacon, will be held at the South Dakota State Fair on Wednesday, September 7, at 4:00 p.m. in the Women’s Building.
This hour-long session promises to be a practical and applicable session that is fun, lively, and motivational for all participants. Attend to discover five unique ways to tap into your true potential, learn a powerful tool to solve challenges in you life, and acquire three specific strategies to make more money.
Bob Prentice is an entrepreneur, a motivational speaker, a corporate trainer, a business and marketing consultant, an author, and a publisher, who began his career 24 years ago.
On December 26, 1989, Professional Development Systems was established in Rapid City. In 1998, Bob moved the business to Wessington, South Dakota, so his family could experience the benefits of living in a rural community and so Bob could pheasant hunt each fall. Since the birth of Professional Development Systems, Bob has worked with hundreds of companies and organizations within a 15 state region, delivering highly motivational training sessions in Customer Service, Leadership, Sales, Total Quality Management, Team Building and more. Thousands of people participate in Bob's training seminars each year. To date, over a quarter of a million people have attended these life enhancing and life changing sessions.
In 1999, Bob and his family began producing a little positive attitude paper, The Prairie Beacon, which is distributed monthly in eight communities in the Wessington area, and is also available by subscription.
Bob and Vicki, his wife of 26 years, have enjoyed the privilege of raising three children – two sons and a daughter – to adulthood. They also have a young daughter at home. Bob says he plays much more than he works, and when he works he goes to have fun. Bob's friends call him “Mr. Attitude.”
There is no charge (except for gate admission to the fair) and everyone is invited to attend. It is recommended to arrive early to get a good seat and so the session can begin on time.
For more information, please call 605.458.2563 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.