MVP Seminars Keynote Speakers & Business Trainers

Ron Vejrostek

Ron Vejrostek, author of Financially Intact, Making Money is Easy, Keeping it is the Hard Part, graduated from the University of Northern Colorado, with a degree in Business Administration, in 1973. In 1980 Ron started preparing taxes as a part time business. Over the years he noticed how much people were being overcharged by the big national firms and many times CPA firms and they still weren’t being taught how to lower their tax burdens. In essence they were losing money two ways, and this became Ron’s passion to help people keep their money in their own pockets.

Keynote Topics:Employee Development, Finance and Accounting, Identity Theft
Business Training Topics:Customer Service, Financial Planning, Identity Theft

Your pocketbook, your wealth, your financial future are under siege. If you have money, someone out there wants to take it from you. xx Ron Vejrostek, author of Financially Intact, Making Money is Easy, Keeping it is the Hard Part, graduated from the University of Northern Colorado, with a degree in Business Administration, in 1973. In 1980 Ron started preparing taxes as a part time business. Over the years he noticed how much people were being overcharged by the big national firms and many times CPA firms and they still weren’t being taught how to lower their tax burdens. xx In essence they were losing money two ways, and this became Ron’s passion to help people keep their money in their own pockets. xx In 1992 Ron had a large enough client base to turn the tax preparation and consulting business into a full time business and career. xx It is then that Ron started doing seminars teaching people methods to legally, legitimately, lower their taxes. Over the years he helped literally thousands of people save thousands of dollars. As the business grew he saw all the other ways people also lose their hard earned money. At that point in time Ron decided to start teaching them how to put a stop to all the ways of losing money that he could. xx Ron is passionate about his work.You can see it in the book and in how he delivers the message in his latest seminar about identity theft, scams and shams. xx In his classes you will see that he adjusts the presentations to the audience. No two seminars are exactly the same. xx xx When hired to do the corporate training he first researches the company, then goes on and finds customer reviews and then calls the customer service number. Ron takes the extra time and puts in the extra effort because he realizes that “information is good, but specific, pertinent information is better.” He was a founding board member of the Longmont Community Foundation and served on the board for 9 years. xx He is currently a board member for Colorado Friendship. xx He is also a senator of Jaycees International xx Ron wrote and taught an 8 hour continuing education class that was approved by the state of Colorado and was taught to insurance agents, CPA’s and even a couple of lawyers. xx His latest work the book, is a culmination of everything he has learned over his 30 year career about the most common ways people lose their hard earned money. xx Because he feels that the information in the book is so important, he wants it to be available to everyone and therefore he has made the commitment that for every 5 books that sell, he will donate one copy to a library. xx In Financially Intact: Making Money is Easy, Keeping it is the Hard Part, author Ron Vejrostek pulls from his years of practical experience in the financial industry to show you how to guard yourself against the many different methods that very smart people will use to try to take your money. Whether it’s identity theft, scam artists, or “supposedly reliable” information, this vital resource for investors of all ages will provide the tools you need to help you keep your wealth intact.

Bachelor of Science, Business Administration and Management, University of Northern Colorado, 1973

Ron presents only two different keynotes and only two classes. One each for the general public and one each for corporate type presentations. xx For the public type presentations which is good for events such as customer appreciation, for foundations or other type events where you want the people to be entertained but also learn something that will help them but is not about you. It shows that you care about them and want to offer them something of value. xx xx FINANCIALLY INTACT xx Making Money is Easy, Keeping it is the Hard Part. A presentation about IDENTITY THEFT, SCAMS AND SHAMS xx There are a lot of people, books and classes that show us how to make money but very few that will teach you how to hold on to it once you have it. xx Make no mistake if you have any money at all, whether that be a little or a lot someone out their wants to make your money their money. This presentation covers most of the ways people end up losing money. Of course we talk about identity theft and scams and shams, but we also cover such issues as legal matters, taxes and how to stop giving your money to the Wall Street banks. xx To obtain a better understanding of what is covered visit the web site www.financiallyitact.com xx The presentation is full of storiess that actually happened to real people. The class is a 3 1/2 hour in depth presentation, whereas the keynote is a 1 hour, short but high impact version. xx For corporations, Ron offers the following key note or training class. xx This presentation is for those corporations that want to increase sales while decreasing acquisition costs, or who want to insure their survival by staying one step ahead of the competition. If you want everyone in your organization from the chairman of the board to most newly hired sanitary engineer on the same page when it comes to customer service then this is the presentation you want. Guaranteed you have not heard or seen a presentation like this one. IT’S A JUNLE OUT THERE! xx We are on the hunt for the “perfect customer”. xx Ron enters the stage in full safari garb including the pith helmut. His forefinger is to his lips and is saying “shhhh”. He then says that he is hunting for that “elusive entity, the perfect customer”. When he gets to center stage, he stops, points into the audience and say, “there you are you almost fooled me with being disguised as an ordinary, everyday customer.” xx Ron then asks the audience, “How many of you believe that 80% of your present customers have the potential of becoming “perfect customers?” xx The point of this presentation is that our customers can only be as good as for us as we are for them as a supplier. If we want them to be perfect customers then we have to be the perfect supplier and then we have to teach them how to become perfect customers. xx Ron started his tax and financial business with 5 clients and now has over 700. Over 80% of those clients came because another of Ron’s clients told them too. He knows what it takes to create “the perfect client”. xx The key note version is a fast paced, get to the point presentation. The half day class infuses examples and stories to drive the point home in a much more detailed fashion.


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