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5 Ways to Succeed in Sales in 2020 by Ryan Estis

Ryan Estis has become one of the most requested Speakers for Sales Audiences across the country. His inspiring ideas, innovative insights and take-action philosophy helps Sales people take their game to a whole new level. Here are Ryan Estis 5 Ways to Succeed in Sales in 2020. 1. Do…

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5 Great Books on Peak Performance Everyone Should Read

We have been reviewing and researching Speakers on peak performance for 18 years and have seen some amazing presentations. Here are 5 of the best books on peak performance filled with ideas, insights and practical tips that everyone should read. Vernice “FlyGirl” Armour – First African American Female Combat Pilot and Motivational Speaker Known…

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Avoid the Trap of Focusing on What Was Rather Than on What Is By Dan Coughlin

It’s business planning season. All of my clients are working on plans for next year. I’m guessing you are too. The temptation is there to take last year’s plan, tweak a few things, fill in the numbers, and hand it in. I’ve actually seen groups do that for 10 consecutive…

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What No One Tells You About Meditation by Dr. Tasha Eurich

Last week, I worked with a new client on their annual staff retreat. Because I was slated to close the meeting, it seemed prudent to arrive early to observe the session before mine. As I tiptoed into the conference room, I was perplexed by what I saw: thirty completely silent…

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5 Great Books Every Team Leader Should Read

We have been reviewing and researching Speakers on Teamwork for 18 years and have seen some amazing presentations. Here are 5 of the best books on Teamwork filled with ideas, insights and practical tips that every Team Leader should read. Patrick Lencioni – Management Consultant and Speaker on Organizational Health…

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Two Powerful (And Surprisingly Fun) Brainstorming Techniques by Josh Linkner

As many of us have realized, traditional brainstorming is a perfectly designed exercise to yield mediocre ideas. Instead of sharing our big, game-changing ideas, we tend to share the obvious, safe, incremental ones instead. The blocker here isn’t raw creativity, but rather the insidious force of fear. As public enemy…

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8 Speakers That Were Trending in August 2018

Every month, Clients tweet, post, blog, email and even call us about different Speakers they are considering for upcoming events.  They ask questions, view videos, read testimonials and in some cases ask to do a call with a Speaker, something we are delighted to arrange. Based on all that activity, here…

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