Today's Spokesman Review has a short "news" piece about the Get Motivated seminar coming up on Tuesday at the Spokane Veteran's Memorial Arena, a topic I posted about last month.
I say "news" piece because it's about what other news pieces have stated.
Those earlier news articles also say the event includes two or three lesser-known presenters who work the crowd with offers to sell training materials or get-rich study guides, DVDs or books.
While Giuliani and Powell have been active in the Republican party, the Get Motivated sessions don’t espouse political positions, according to news stories from previous events.
However, brochures promoting the Spokane event do have, in small type, the following statement: “One of the most popular parts of the Get Motivated seminar is a special 10–minute optional bonus session on the Biblical secrets of success.”
The Review article hardly pumps up the seminar. Neither does it follow any other leads about the seminar and its "lesser-known presenters who work the crowd with offers to sell training materials or get-rich study guides, DVDs or books."
The only motivation I feel is to avoid the Get Motivated seminar.