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08 - Jun
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(Nearby Event: Business)
Where:The E Complex, 3400 W. Hospital Ave, Atlanta, Georgia, United States
THE MEETING OF MEN IS PRESENTED BY GMEN Empowering MEN to make a difference in the lives of other MEN through Coaching, Connection, & Community. ------ Join us as we travel the country meeting with AMAZING men.  Having meaningful conversation that will energize, inspire and educate.  The goal is to touch 10,000 men (PROJECT10K). Meet us in your city. MEET COACH K KENDALL FICKLIN IS A THRIVING ENTREPRENEUR, SOUGHT AFTER SALES COACH; NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED SPEAKER AS WELL AS PUBLISHED AUTHOR. Success: Most people want what it looks like, but they don't want what it feels like. For more than 20 years, Kendall Ficklin has been at the helm of his own successful companies. He is the author of five business booksand founder of a personal and business development community GRINDATION. Kendall is also the creator and facilitator of B.O.S.C. (The Business of Speaking and Coaching Training Program) where he serves as a sales coach, leadership instructor and motivational speaker. Kendall's entrepreneurial journey launched after leaving a 10-year career AT&T in the late 90s. From there, he opened his first barbershop in Atlanta, GA. It was during these years that Kendall's gift for coaching became abundantly clear. Clients would enter for a haircut and leave with vigor and newfound energy to take massive action in their lives. Kendall's advice ran the gamut-from business to personal, analytical to emotional. When he'd left corporate, Kendall already knew he had the knowledge and endurance to run a service-oriented company, but he discoveredhis ability to transform and draw out the best in people. Since those humble beginnings, Kendall has inspired thousands of people across the country through his seminars and training programs. His work has touched the lives of people from all walks of life, from professional athletes to hedge fund managers to students. "My journey to this point was built on commitment and sacrifice. I've experienced it all-from sleeping in airports when I could
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