Bill Ringle Leading Summer Tour on How High Performers Lead Businesses

Bill Ringle, America’s Business Growth Strategist, is offering a seminar called How High Performers Lead Their Businesses in Boston, Princeton, and Washington D.C. in July and August, 2012.

Online PR News – 11-July-2012 – Philadelphia, PA, July 07, 2012 – Bill Ringle, America’s Business Growth Strategist and Founder of the Rapid Rise Academy, is traveling on a 2012 Summer Tour to offer seminars on How High Performers Lead Their Businesses. Ringle will lead this program in Boston, MA on July 17, 2012; in Princeton, NJ on July 26, 2012; and in Washington D.C./Baltimore, MD on August 2, 2012.

How High Performers Lead Their Businesses sprung from Ringle’s awareness that in this tough economy, the ways of finding new business and new opportunities have changed, and it has confused many leaders. Standing off to the sidelines is no way to win the game, and in fact is perhaps the riskiest thing a leader can do if they want to see their business thrive and prosper going forward.

"What I've seen in working with top entrepreneurs and executives is that the companies that have been growing in the last few years are thinking about business and doing things differently from those that have not been growing,” says Ringle. “What I call the "high performers" are innovating in their marketing, being bolder with their offers, and encouraging their team members like never before. It's these key principles and practices that really move the needle for businesses and what I want to share with you."

At each tour stop, Bill will create a lively environment for learning with other top business owners and leaders. He will teach some of his best ideas and practices that he has shared with members of his top coaching and mentoring programs, demonstrate how to overcome some of the big obstacles to consistent high performance in business, and leave time for networking during the event.

For more information on the tour, and to sign up for early notification of event details, visit