Posts Tagged ‘speaker’

How To Thrive As A Visionary – Interview with Mike Paton

Mike Paton (Payton) has spent most of his life learning from entrepreneurs. Today, he spends all his time giving back – as an Author, award-winning Speaker, certified EOS Implementer & the Visionary of EOS Worldwide. Specifically, Paton helps entrepreneurs clarify, simplify and achieve their vision – by mastering the simple concepts and practical tools he’ll be sharing with us today.

The Pitch Whisperer – Interview with John Livesay

Inc magazine calls John Livesay The PItch Whisperer. He helps people go from invisible to irresistible. We are going to ask him to tell us the 3 unspoken questions people have when they hear you pitch anything. He is also going to give us tips on how to overcome the faces of fear he had to conquer on his entrepreneurial journey

He has spoken to organizations such as Coca-Cola, Jaguar, Anthem Insurance and Coldwell Banker.
The insights he’ll be sharing today are hard-earned from his own 20 years in high-end media sales – where he achieved Salesperson of the Year for Conde Nast. As a fun fact, he met Olympic Swimmer Michael Phelps and has a story about what Michael taught him.
He is the author of two books, his most recent is titled “The Successful Pitch.” Additionally, he is the host of a weekly podcast by the same name. You may have seen him on ABC, CBS or Fox news – And John wants to be clear he was on the news for his insights and not his mugshot.

How To Be Brave – Interview with Jena Rodriguez

I went from homeless to having a great job, to business owner, to $700k in debt and bankrupt, to now generating over $1.2M as a Brand, Business and BRAVE strategist. Being brave is about saying YES without evidence, moving through fear and being uncomfortable yet doing it anyways!

Stack the Deck on Serendipity – Interview with Colin Wright

I’ve traveled full-time since 2009, moving to a new country every four months based on the votes of my readers. I’m currently spending two years in the US for a similar project, but I still travel regularly and ask my audience to help me decide where to go next.