Archive for April 2017

Do You Think Inward or Outward? – Ty Bennett

It’s not about you – it’s about them! The focus of an influencer is always on the audience. If you are a speaker – it’s about the people listening to you. If you are in sales – it’s about your customer or prospect. If you are a leader – it’s about the people you are…

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Nanosatellites, global networks, and the new race for space – Mike Walsh

Matt Pearson, along with Fleet’s other two co-founders, saw an opportunity to use nanosatellites to enable the world’s next industrial revolution, the connection of the estimated 75 billion devices set to come online over the next decade. Beginning in 2018, their plan is to launch more than 100 nanosatellites into space to create a free,…

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Cary Mullen – NEW Fees and Info

Cary’s resort business (Vivo Resorts) is growing by leaps and bounds!! He has led the team to quadruple their sales in the last 12 months. To achieve this, he taught his team the process that he used to become a World Cup Champion skier. His 5 Winning Secrets and this Winning Process are the key…

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Accountable to Fire – Sam Silverstein

Fox News let Bill O’Reilly go in the aftermath of harassment allegations. This is a decision to do what’s right, even at a financial cost. Fox News becomes accountable in that decision Accountability doesn’t show up until a tough decision has to be made. Anyone can make the easy decision but when there is money…

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The Promise United Airlines Never Made – Jason Hewlett

Before passing my own judgments on what occurred with United Airlines and their incredible lack of customer safety, service, and offering of dignity to passengers from the recent debacle, I thought I’d better look it up on their web site first. What does United Airlines truly stand for? What is their Promise to the Customer?…

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The Little Things Can Make A Big Difference – Ty Bennett

On the slopes of Long’s Peak in Colorado lay the ruins of a gigantic tree. Naturalists tell us that it stood for some 400 years. It was a seedling when Columbus landed at San Salvador, and half grown when the Pilgrims settled at Plymouth. During the course of its long life, it was struck by…

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