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Rob Kessler started out like many of us. He graduated college and took a job, but one day he had a brilliant but simple idea. He became obsessed with it. It took over his life and he refused to stop until he brought his idea and his business to life. His invention could be called the most dramatic enhancement to collared dress shirts in the last 70 years. When you hear about what it is, you, too, will say, “Why didn’t I think of that?” Rob Kessler invented the placket, a plastic-like stiff reinforcement on the part of the shirt with the buttons and the button holes that goes down the front of your shirt. Rob goes back to life in college and what happened in the junction between getting a job and inventing the placket.read more
After learning important lessons about relationships, accountability, and constant change, Rick Miller emerged as the leader he always was. After his time spent as a Vice President and General Manager for Sperry Corporation, he was snapped up by AT&T as their first Senior Corporate Officer not hired from within. It was there he tripled the growth rate and was promoted to the President of Global Services. Later, he led a Fortune 10 company as the President of the government division of Lucent Technologies which took him directly into the war zones of Iraq. Now he speaks on stage to thousands about his most important message ever. He just released the book that has taken 40 years of experience to create called Be Chief: It’s a Choice, Not a Title.read more
From being under millions of debt to resurfacing back with a coaching business inspired by Og Mandino called the Og Mandino Leadership Institute, Dave Blanchard shows how nothing could get in the way if you’re willing to help other people. Dave takes us into his life story and helps inspire people to become their best selves through his programs. He believes in identifying the habits of people through a habit finder to further enhance and help them in their lives. Touching on the importance of vivid visualization and intrinsic validation as well as unhealthy habits of thinking, Dave shows how we can effectively create a life that is really worth living.read more
Mistakes are necessary steps to success. Jake Jorgovan knows that too well. Before becoming the founder of Lead Cookie, a lead generation services company, he started his career leaving one business after the other. But without giving up and getting discouraged, he eventually landed on a job that has his strong suit: sales consulting. Jake imparts knowledge on LinkedIn marketing, from where to begin to how to generate results. He teaches three important things that will get you leads through optimizing your profile, getting sales navigator, putting out content, and more. He also touches on topics like video content and crushing contact requests. Overall, he highlights the concept of your value proposition, which is about finding your niche and watching it multiply your efforts.read more
If you believe that you have value to add then add it. Step up, speak up and become part of the conversation. That is exactly what Stephan Spencer did. Stephan got a job as a mic runner at an internet marketing conference so he can get in for free. As a 24-year-old young guy who thinks he knows SEO and online marketing and conversion stuff more than the panelists and the speakers, he started to chime in on some of the answers. By the end of the day, he had this huge stack of business cards, two of which turned into at least $500,000 each accounts over the course of time. Stephan didn’t have a portfolio but self-taught himself different online marketing techniques. He is now bestselling author and an SEO expert whose work includes helping business owners increase their visibility on the web and generate traffic through SEO. He says you’re on to something if you’re creating something that is so valuable that people are compelled to share it, to link to it, to blog about it, and to tell people, friends, family about it.read more