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San Diego Emotional Intelligence Business Consultant Miguel de Jesus Shows Small Business Owners How to Grow Personally and Professionally in New Book, "Success Leaves Clues"

SAN DIEGO, Jan. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Small business owners can build their businesses and maintain a balanced life when they coach with emotional intelligence consultant Miguel de Jesus, author of the newly published book, "Success Leaves Clues."

"Do you find yourself up at night, worrying about the future of your job or company? Do you believe you've tried everything in your power to make your business successful, with no results?" asks de Jesus, a keynote business motivational leadership speaker who has presented on many business stages across the United States.

"My book will not only turn your business around, it will change your life. Because when your business is successful, that success trickles down into all other aspects of your personal life. With the tips and strategies I provide, you will be able to achieve your goals and – more importantly – see results," said de Jesus, a veteran of two Fortune 500 companies over 20 years.

"Life is too short to be constantly struggling to survive. And in this economy, businesses and employees must be especially savvy and resilient in order to attract and keep customers, and continue growing their business. But without knowing the tried-and-true methods that will allow you to consistently hit these targets, you're only treading water as the tide takes you further out to sea," said de Jesus who has trained more than 3,000 sales people in Fortune 500 companies like Paychex, Inc. and Xerox Corporation.

"As a result of my skills and experiences, I am uniquely qualified to help C-suite executives, business owners and entrepreneurs on their paths to accomplishing their visions. I've helped thousands achieve success," said de Jesus who is certified by TalentSmart®, a think tank and consultancy that serves more than 75% of Fortune 500 companies and is the world's leading provider of emotional intelligence assessments and training.

For a free, 30-minute, no obligation "What's Holding You Back?" coaching session for CEOs, senior VPs, small business owners and entrepreneurs call de Jesus at 760-438-9907.

"I give advice, strategies and implementation support to individuals, small businesses, and companies who want to bring new products or services to market, or want to improve the performance of their existing products," he said. "When we have completed our project together, here is what you can expect to have accomplished:"

1. Strategies to acquire new clients.

2. The actual discussion around product development.

3. Crafting of the offer and developing the plan.

4. Design the marketing and sales plan.

"My passion is in working with business owners and leaders, who want to make better decisions, become better leaders and get better results in a healthy organization," he said. "Struggle is optional. Success is a choice."

About Miguel de Jesus

Miguel de Jesus, MBA, is a highly accomplished, results-oriented C-level leader with more than 20 years experience overseeing business management, global sales and marketing, with two Fortune 500 companies. He is certified by the College of Executive Coaching as a CPC ( Certified Professional Coach)

He is also in a partnership with Steve Siebold, the founder of the Mental Toughness University Program where he helps corporations improve sales and leadership results. To learn more about the details of this program please visit www.mentaltoughnessu.com

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