GoLoLFLIX: Young Entrepreneur Coaches Communicate Like Millionaires

Simon Rosenberg is an entrepreneur who is utilizing GoLoLFLIX tools to coach how to communicate like a millionaire, become a successful entrepreneur and how to run an international business. Rosenberg works with JT Foxx, wealth coach.

Germany - March 26, 2020 —

Austrian-born Simon Rosenberg is the world’s number one wealth and business partner with the GoLoLFLIX tools, a serial entrepreneur, real estate investor and “Millionaire Human” book author. Starting in Geneva, Switzerland in 2018, Rosenberg is now working out of his headquarters in Lindau Bodensee, Germany, coaching people on how to communicate like millionaires, successful entrepreneurship and international business.

Rosenberg works with JT Foxx to help people apply GoLoL (Go Language of Life) tools, ensuring they learn successful business practices and the importance of marketing.

JT Foxx is a serial entrepreneur, the author of “The Millionaire Underdog,” property investor, philanthropist and the world’s number one wealth coach. Widely known as an expert in marketing, Foxx also created the Mega Success event, known as the World Cup of all networking and business events. It attracts attendees from over 81 countries and nationalities, and every year, the celebrity guest speakers and elite-level attendees keep getting better.

Through Mega Success, Rosenberg has had the opportunity to extend his knowledge to over 2,500 global entrepreneurs as a guest speaker, sharing the stage with high-profile people such as Vince Vaughn, Russel Peters, Dr. Phil and Hugh Hilton to name a few.

Interested in learning how to succeed with the GoLoL tools? Simon Rosenberg shares these tips:

Stay informed and connect with the team and customers
Encourage customers to get their needs fulfilled online and communicate via video
Connect with changing needs; offer coupons, reschedule bookings and provide online payment options
Contribute to the enrichment of your life and protect the business
Get specific tips for stores, bookings, events, restaurants, hotels and more with JT Foxx Coaching.

Rosenberg concludes with his motto, “What I want in my life is compassion, a mutual giving from the heart.”

For those interested in learning more about Simon Rosenberg, GoLoLFLIX tools or Millionaire Human, please visit his official website.

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