Selling is as simple as A, B, C. Find out Kathleen’s simple formula for success and how to turn your business around in 30 days.
1st Runner-Up 2009 Championship of World Speaking
Mary shares exactly how to build your business with public speaking. It’s a simple formula that she explains in detail.
Discover the difference between the learning circle and the pain circle and why you don’t need to be in the pain circle to achieve amazing results.
Karolyn Vreeland Blume is an expert problem-solver and a gifted strategist. After a long career in law and mediation, Karolyn uses her keen insight as a consultant, served as an adjunct faculty member at Penn State University, and is a founding member of Mediators Beyond Borders International. She is listed in Who’s Who in American Law, and Who’s Who of American Women. A native New Yorker, Karolyn lives and works in the Washington, DC area, where she uses the tools in her new book on a daily basis.
If you’ve ever felt buried in an endless to-do list or are so busy you can’t even find your to-do list, you know overwhelm. It sucks the joy out of your days, keeps you stressed, worried and feeling behind. It may seem like a way of life. Listen in to the conversation. Consider diving into Karolyn’s book and leaving your comments below.
The old model of business is to be someone that’s a shadow of your real self. Business today is light years ahead of where we were in the past. Today it serves you to be totally who you are meant to be.
Listen in as I share how my rescue dog and my marathon training opened up some amazing doors.
As a licensed CPA, Tom Cafarella is a real estate investor in Boston. He is the owner of Ocean City Development, a real estate group that buys, renovates and sells over 100 properties per year. His company is dedicated to helping home owner’s achieve their real estate goals.
Tom is the host of a weekly podcast, The Boston Real Estate Journal. He is also a licensed CPA and lives with his wife and daughter.
- Segment your market
- Determine a solid niche
- Learn to market
I can accept failure, but I can’t accept not trying
Joshwa Money School
He is an adjunct faculty member where he teaches in the School of Business for several local colleges and universities.
Doug is the co-author of “Gordon Gekko, CEO: Lessons from Wall Street for a Winning Attitude” which was inspired by the movie, Wall Street.
When Doug is not giving talks across the country relating to the concepts in his book he can be found working on any number of creative projects.
He is the Executive Producer of the short film, “Who’s That Guy?”, released in 2012. This film was a unique and entertaining look into a film critic’s journey to locate a goatee clad, bald man.
- Do your homework to make sure this is what you want
- Seek the counsel of a mentor
- Have a solid marketing plan
“Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work.”
– Thomas Edison
David E. Saucedo II is a proud El Pasoan. He attended the University of Notre Dame and graduated from the Mendoza College of Business. He is a 4th generation executive at The Saucedo Company – a global designer, developer, importer and distributor of an expanding portfolio of brand-name security products with operations in Mexico and Latin America. His great-grandfather founded the business in 1917. David is very involved in various leadership positions within the city of El Paso and nationally.
- Drill down to your niche
- Quit your day job
- Be willing to risk
The Icarus Deception: How High Will You Fly? by Seth Godin
“Pray as if everything depends on God. Work as if everything depends on you”
– St. Augustine
Boys and Girls Club
Google david.e.saucedo (at) gmail.com
Dennis created BAM Magazine in 1976 to give the West Coast entertainment industry a way to reach young people at a reasonable cost. It was the nation’s first free magazine distributed at point of purchase. In 1977 he started the Mix Professional Audio Magazine. In 1978, Dennis founded the Bay Area Music Awards, the Bammies.
In 1984, Dennis launched MicroTimes. This magazine focused on the heroes in the computing industry. In 2000-05, as director of the Alliance of Chief Executives, he worked closely with 50 of the 250 members, gaining valuable insight into the strategic issues and marketing challenges that many companies face.
- Learn and understand social media
- Get well known in your community and industry
- Take risks
Concert Promoter Bill Graham
Junior Achievement of Northern California
Mike & Robin Pisciotta are hilarious, rebellious, bullcrap-exposing, forward-thinking marketing strategists, mentors and coaches that teach the hottest and most fun online marketing methods today. They have transformed hundreds of their clients into ‘rule breakers’ and ‘money makers’ through authority branding, product & program launches, visibility, list building and conversion techniques that have resulted in multimillion dollar successes.
Robin & Mike are those ‘crazy dreamers’ who believe that it’s possible for EVERYONE to build unique and profitable biz that everyone’s talking about. As stay at home parents of a three-year-old and a brand new baby, they believe that making tons of money is pointless if you’re strapped for time, so they’ve mastered the art of leveraging and maximizing every ounce of your online marketing so you can serve more people, make insane amounts of money… and have the freedom to enjoy it all.
- Start immediately to get leverage for your time and efforts
- Pre-qualify and disqualify
- Learn and understand marketing
Fascinate: Your 7 Triggers to Persuasion and Captivation by Sally Hogshead
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