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Ruth Neslo

International certified NLP trainer and Napoleon Hill Instructor Neslo Institute and Busy-NesFounder/Owner
Hoofddorp Noord Holland The NetherlandsAmsterdam Noord Holland The Netherlands Work Phone: +31(0)23 517 9200 Cell Phone: +31(0)6 4188 1881 Website: Neslo Institute
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Biographical Info

Ruth Neslo (1968) is the founder of the Neslo Institute. She is the embodiment of inspiration, ambition and passion. Her talent and perseverance has been implemented first in her own life and career. She proves to everyone that “it doesn’t have to be that way.”  Her experiences range from working and studying as a teen mom to actively practicing sports. She started her own accounting firm Busy-Nes.  With her roots in Surinam and the Netherland.  She teaches you with happiness, fun and getting your proper rest. “Turn your adversity and defeat into victory.”  – Ruth Neslo

Ruth instructs leadership to companies and people who want to change. She offers new insights and possibilities and shows how you will achieve your business and personal objectives. Her instruction is packed with fun, music and dance. The life story is chronicled in the book Refusing to Quit.

Ruth Neslo is the first and only Dutch/Surinamese woman with an official certification of the Napoleon Hill Foundation from the United States and internationally certified NLP-trainer. She is co-author of the global bestseller Refusing to Quit and operates all over the world as a certified instructor of the Napoleon Hill Foundation. She inserted her life experience and skills into the Neslo Institute. Along with an international network of like-minded people and experienced trainers she serves whoever wants to learn Positive Mental Attitude. Ruth helps you obtain PERSONAL POWER and EXCELLENT RESULTS.

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When I think of personal initiative immediately I have a link in my mind thinking about going the extra mile. No going the extra mile without personal initiative. Also thoughts about how this principle from Napoleon Hills 17 principles of Personal Achievement has influenced my life in such a positive and outstanding way. According to Andrew Carnegie there are two types of people who never amount to anything. “There are those who never do anything except what they are told to do. And there are those who cannot even do what they are told to do. The people who get ahead do the things that should be done without being told. And they don’t stop there. They go the extra mile and do much more than is expected of them.” Personal initiative is absolutely necessary if you are going to realize your goal. It will bring you advancement, attention and opportunity….

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