John Brubaker is a nationally renowned performance consultant, speaker and author. John teaches audiences how to obtain better results in business with straightforward tools that turbo charge performance. From college athlete, to three time coach of the year, to on-air personality for ESPN Radio and Fox Sports, to consultant and author, Brubaker knows what the keys are to take your performance to the next level. Using a multidisciplinary approach, John helps organizations and individuals develop their competitive edge. Brubaker is the author of The Coach Approach: Success Strategies Out Of The Locker Room Into The Board Room and co-author of the book Leadership: Helping Others To Succeed. He is a graduate of Fairleigh Dickinson University with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and he also earned a master’s degree in personnel psychology from FDU. Brubaker has completed his doctoral coursework in Sport Psychology at Temple University.
Tina Brinkley Potts, a prominent small business consultant, coach and speaker. She has a 10 year history of guiding business owners and entrepreneurs on how to achieve greater potential, increased revenues and efficiency by using technology. Her clients include authors, former professional athletes, top-producing network marketing professionals, business associations and “mom and pop” organizations that have achieved 6 and 7 figure incomes.
Published author and public speaker – My passion is to raise awareness about those with hidden disabilities. I am the single mother of two boys with autism, OCD, anxiety, ADD and Tourette’s Syndrome. Raising my boys for 20 years, my book and speeches chronicle the journey of raising these special kids in a difficult world.
Dr. Ande, the Solutionspreneur is a, Life Coach, Speaker, and Trainer. She has always been a solutionspreneur, defining simple techniques to teach to others to help them learn to create their own solutions to their problems. Her current endeavors have lead her to launch several businesses after her corporate careers. In 2009 she launched Tips and Tactics Radio show which aired weekly from 2009-2011, providing job hunting tips to listeners. But after seeing the shows spike after her series on “job hunting and social media” and several guest experts proclaiming that 2011 should become the unofficial year of the entrepreneur, in response to her thoughts about retraining job seekers to stop thinking like employees and start thinking like business owners.
Accomplished spiritual healer and teacher Jeremy McDonald has been a public speaker for over 14 years and has designed and delivered many workshops to assist individuals helping them find peace and joy in their lives. Looking from an inside soul perspective, they are able to overcome fears, alchemizing them into love. His clients find balance, peace, joy and true sublime self love . For accolades of the world Jeremy is a Reiki Master, EFT Practitioner, Theta healing practitioner and Life coach.
Erin Meagher is the developer of Kelapo™ Extra Virgin Coconut Oil, a product manufactured and marketed by Beneficial Blends LLC, headquartered in Tampa, Florida. Prior to creating Kelapo™, Erin was a high school business teacher with a passion for motivating students to pursue entrepreneurship. While still teaching, Erin discovered coconut oil as a replacement for butter and oils in cooking and baking. Impressed by its taste and versatility, she began researching its origins and wonderful health benefits. Patrick Thibeault, served in the army for 20 yrs both in the active army and in the Army National Guard. I fought in Desert Storm with the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment and In Afghanistan with the 76th Infantry Brigade I worked as a medic during my military career and wrote My Journey as a Combat Medic as a memoir of my experiences I am a nurse and a board certified nurse practitioner with a master’s degree. In my book, I write about what a combat medic is, dealing with issues about PTSD and the training to become a medic. I started out as a young naive medic and ended as a seasoned veteran.
Charlie is a Corporate technology manager and change agent with almost forty years of team building and project delivery experience. I’m also a speaker/trainer, author, blogger and soon to be a member of the tough talk community. My objective is to leave no stone unturned while promoting my brand C.A.R.E. which means Courage to take Action Relevant to Everyone. My mission is to give back, improve the workplace, grow the C.A.R.E. network thru my C.A.R.E. certification in the workplace program. My vision is to walk into a conference room and see by way of all the C.A.R.E. certified pins being worn (as a result of my training), who my true teammates actually are. There’s a bottomless pit of opportunity in the workplace today provided you have the right strategy; C.A.R.E. certification is the right strategy. When C.A.R.E. is the motive, nations can be raised.
Chris is the founder and CEO of the Human Potential Project. The company began by working with athletes and soldiers and then moved into the corporate world. Clients have included the U.S. Army, Navy and Marines – Olympic and National teams and corporate giants like
Nike, Microsoft, Intel, EDS, Capital One, AT&T, Allianz and a host of others.
Professional writer for organizations medium sized. Meaning they do not employ a writing team for sales materials but large enough to need/afford what I do. 31-years old experienced working for three publicly traded orgs in operations and sales. Two Wall Street brokerage firms and one regional telephone company prior to voice over IP technology turn of the last century. Expertise includes: Selling intangibles (a la Harry Beckwith) Total Quality Customer Relations Consumer buying psychology Business contact making best practices (and worst) Copywriting. Self-employed because I am too snobby to work for an agency and don’t play well in the sandbox with others anymore. Patience deprived. Organizations hire me to increase new business leads writing mailers or ads OR they want to educate an audience with a magazine article or trade show exhibit or essay or something.
2007 then dropped off 2009 to take a full-time job then back to writing soon thereafter. So, in general, being accused of being expendable pretty much was writing on the wall. Would rather go hunt and gather and make customers feel empowered and do my own metaphoric rain dance than have someone twice my age with half my intelligence use words from business school to neutralize me. Was born to write. Got ex girlfriends and pals through under graduate classes writing their papers. Then went to magazine writing Op-Eds for kicks. Then finally full-on revenue (business) writing professionally.