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Paul Lemberg's clients call him "the unreasonable business coach," because he insists that they pursue goals and take actions far outside their comfort zone. What results do they get from taking such drastic measures? They get process breakthroughs, sky-high profits, and greater life satisfaction.
Mr. Lemberg's clients include hundreds of companies and individuals both large and small. Some of the more recognizable ones are Cisco Systems, Adobe Systems, American Skandia Life, Mass Mutual, IBM, JP Morgan Chase, Lexis/Nexis, OpenText, Deutsche Bank, National Westminster, and ABN/AMRO. Many of his less recognizable clients have gone on to sell their companies for millions and tens of millions of dollars.
Paul Lemberg is the CEO and Chief Business Accelerator of Axecelus (formerly Quantum Growth Coaching and Consulting, the world's only fully systemized business acceleration method to rapidly expand sustainable and profitable businesses giving entrepreneurs More Profits and More Life. He is also the Executive Director of The Cras Tibi Foundation, which is a non-profit that raises funds and makes grants to microfinance organizations operating in developing countries.
Mr. Lemberg started his first software company with a partner in 1980. Only a few years later, Henco Research, begun with a $3,000 of credit card debt, was sold for millions to Hogan Systems. Next came Vertex Business Systems, which also built software, and was later sold to a large German bank. After a brief and premature retirement, he began his consulting and writing career.
Paul Lemberg is a superb communicator. He has appeared on Good Morning America and on CNN, as well as dozens of radio programs. His newest book, Be Unreasonable (McGraw-Hill), recently reached number 3 on Amazon.com's business list. He has authored two previous books: Faster Than the Speed of Change (Akiba Press, 2000) and the Earn Twice As Much With Half the Stress(Morgan James, 2005), as well as dozens of articles, which have appeared in Bottom Line Personal, Training Magazine, and Info World, among other places. He is also a member of American MENSA.
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