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MENTORING SESSION WITH ANNE

This is  a special 3 day offer to enable those who find it challenging to meet up with our regular mentoring programme. It is interactive, Impactful and Inspiring.Go here to register

With Destinified, you get all the excellent benefits of our regular mentoring programme at a cheaper price and within a shorter time frame.

Mentoring sessions would be via email and phone conversation with Anne Atulaegwu. Each participant would be given a personalized approach  based on the information provided on the form to ensure that individual goals and expectations are met.

Destinified is scheduled to run from February 18th to 20th 2015.

The mentoring session costs NGN6500 (six thousand, five hundred Naira) per participant.

Mentoring content would be drawn based on individual goals and needs for each participant. Hence, no 2 individuals would be learning the same thing except their goals are identical.

Mentoring content would be sent to participants email addresses as provided in the registration form.

Participants would also get the opportunity to learn and master Anne's 7 destiny secret- A time trusted approach to fulfilling your dreams and accomplishing your goals. These are the hidden truths behind all that she does at The Birth Place ministries. You too can accomplish your goals at a young age and live fulfilled if you learnt and mastered these 7 secrets. 

To enroll for this programme/Book a space

1. Register here 

2. Pay the sum of N6500 (six thousand, five hundred Naira) to

GUARANTY TRUST BANK(GTB)
Princess Anne Atulaegwu 
0047372859 

3. Send an SMS containing your NAME and Teller number to 07038803218 (SMS ONLY)

Registration closes on Friday, 13th of February 2015.
Spaces are very limited. 

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