"Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence wins championships." -Michael Jordan
This quote doesn't only apply to the basketball court. It's applicable everywhere in our daily lives.
You may have a product idea or a service that you want to share with the world.
However, you are going to need a lot of help to take your idea from just an idea to a living, breathing product.
Modern education doesn't focus on what is necessary to build these strong, deep relationships. Modern education is anything but modern, it really hasn't changed since the 1900's.
To fill this gap, we've asked talent expert Opher Brayer to lecture on what he thinks is important for teens to build better relationships.
This course will explain the need behind building strong relationships, and then show you how these relationships can help you take your idea further and make it better.
Working alone may have gotten you so far, but working alongside a team can not only get you farther, but also open your eyes to areas or ideas that you may not have thought of before.
Building Better Relationships will take you to the next level.
Background photo credits to Flazingo Photos
Opher Brayer is the head of the Brayer Group and owns a school for talent and career development.
He trains over 300 people including children, employees and managers of large corporations and start ups per year. In addition, Opher owns a management consulting company and advises successful businesses, corporations and business people around the world, helping them with their goals, and to raise their Unique Talent Proposition.
He has written more than 100 methodologies, which he uses to develop talent in people of all ages. Opher is in the process of launching his latest innovation: The Talent Academy, a worldwide off and online talent development academy. Opher’s fervor for teaching and learning is highly apparent in everything he has set out to do thus far in his life.
He looks forward to many more years of instilling multi-talent in the world and believes, “Every day is a celebration because I am going to teach, learn and affect lives."