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Take Action! Revise Later: A Simple Guide to Success in Business Paperback – October 10, 2010

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Bob "The Teacher" Jenkins simplifies the complex world of internet marketing into easy-to-understand lessons for business owners around the world.  Where others assume you can figure it out on your own, Bob's workshops, tutorials, and coaching give you both the how-to and the why-to.

Now a full-time business coach, speaker, and internet marketing consultant, Bob has published over a dozen online training courses, including the Teleseminar Formula, Discover Social Networking, and Discover Autoresponders. His is the go-to resource for learning internet marketing strategies and tools.

Prior to his success in business, Bob was an award-winning educator. For ten years, Bob taught freshmen world history and US history, as well as world religions to seniors at a public high school in Maryland. He began teaching at the school in 1997 after graduating from Florida State University with a B.A. in Social Science Education and History.  He received his Master of Liberal Arts degree from Johns Hopkins University in 2006.

At the high school, Bob coached the academic team, which won the Baltimore regional championship on the It's Academic Television show in 1998 and 2006.  He also coached the boys and girls tennis teams in 2007.

Bob is the President of Shylar's Quest, LLC, which began in 1999 as website design company. But his true success in business came after 2006, when he became "Bob The Teacher" and began teaching professionals and entrepreneurs around the world how to use specific internet marketing tools in their business.

Bob lives in Bloomington, North Carolina. With the help of his business, Bob enjoys more tennis, golf, and cruise vacations to the Caribbean and Europe.

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