International Business Coach and Entrepreneur Kicks Off Economic Crisis Buster US Tour from Tampa Bay

Clearwater, Florida (PressExposure) August 17, 2009 -- For every report that the economic crisis is here to end, you can find a report that says it is here to stay. So what is the truth? Discouraged by the economic crisis, entrepreneurs are becoming paralyzed; something Patrick Valtin found was not just particular to Americans. Valtin, a successful entrepreneur and international business coach, found that from Budapest to the American shores, business owners were clamoring for real-time advice from businesses that were persisting despite the economic crisis. Valtin decided to join forces with other some local successful entrepreneurs, kicking off his Crisis Buster US Tour on September 19 & 20 from PostcardMania, a successful national direct-mail marketing firm founded by Joy Gendusa.

The Crisis Buster Seminar will cover:

• Secrets about the economic crisis;

• New market rules – why traditional marketing and sales strategies are doomed, and what rules apply now;

• A new era of selling – forget the old tricks of the trade; your biggest challenge today is NOT to sell;

• Simple but powerful rules of Internet marketing that can help you boost your direct sales results and your income, at low cost and without technical hassle;

• The new rules of financial success – find out what you can do now to create financial freedom and certainty – no matter where Wall Street goes…

Valtin is no stranger to success nor recessions. Having been through 6 in his lifetime, he has still managed to own one of the fastest-expanding consulting firms in Europe, called U-Man. After moving off his position of Executive Director to come back to America to start his US-based firm M2-Tec, he continued his sought-after speaking engagements around the world, coaching businesses on how to expand in tough competitive markets. After training over 75,000 people in 27 countries for well over 22 years as a business coach, Patrick Valtin’s response to the repeated similar reactions of his clients was to compile his top 15 tips in an eBook titled Crisis Buster to give out tried-and-true methods he found works in any economy. Valtin is also giving away 1,000,000 of his eBooks to help disseminate these successful tips.

“The biggest thing people are asking for are tips from those that are doing well,” said Patrick, “which is why I am joining forces with other entrepreneurs that can help impart their own useful advice.”

Pat Clouden, founder of Consumer Energy Solutions, Inc. and Christopher Music, Founder of Wealth Advisory Associates will also be speaking at the Crisis Buster seminar, along with Joy Gendusa, on September 19 & 20.

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About Patrick Valtin: Patrick Valtin has been in the training/coaching business for over 22 years. Called “Mr. Crisis Buster” by clients across the globe, he has personally trained over 75,000 people in 27 countries on the subjects of sales, sales management, recruitment, marketing strategies, leadership and personal efficiency. A former Executive Director of the Hubbard College of Administration International in Los Angeles, he remains a founding member of its advisory board. He currently manages his US company M2-Tec USA, Inc.

Patrick wrote the e-book “CRISIS BUSTER” as a response to his observation of many business owners’ reaction to economic crises and very tough & competitive environments. His long-term experience as a coach/trainer led him to demonstrate more than once that success should NOT depend on economic conditions. His motto has always been: “Whatever the environment throws at you, you can take it as a threat… or as an opportunity!” The research compiled in his e-book is not about theoretical, esoteric ideas but only applicable, down-to-earth principles which you can use right away – and win, no matter what! Visit

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