Justin has a decade of experience in Management, Sales, Marketing, and Entrepreneurship. He feels that vision, leadership, and the ability to overcome adversities are the keys to success. Justin has always wanted to help people reach their goals, no matter what they are. That is why he has teamed with Zac to form the Growth Now Movement.
He prides himself on being able to help businesses and young entrepreneurs reach their full potential with coaching, whether that is something as simple as time management, or helping construct and execute a business plan with them. His big vision? To help improve the lives of millions of people through his speaking, coaching, and the Growth Now Movement Podcast.
For three years Cecil Cummins worked as a sales contractor, consistently meeting or exceeding goals and expectations. As a sales manager, Cecil oversaw over 100 people and lead his organization to be the best in the division. After Co-Founding RECN, Cecil assumed the role of CEO and has worked to establish systems for a scalable model while overseeing the entire companies operations.
Cecil, alongside his work with RECN also actively consults for small companies offering expertise in workflow automation efficiency and event planning, and manages his small Venture Capital Firm focusing on providing stellar returns for small private equity investors in real estate.
Mark Jennison is a salesman, sales trainer and motivational speaker, seeing both the bottom and the top. Mark’s journey has led to him having a deeper, more spiritual connection to his life and to success. He has battled addiction all of his life, relapsing 7 times, before coming out the other side with a powerful message for salesmen struggling like he was.
Mark’s sales career was interesting paradigm until his current level of greatness; publicly he was breaking sales records, while privately he was struggling to quit his vices. His story is one not just of success, but of redemption and how really going on in on your success can be the single factor to save your life.
Have you ever felt like life just happened to you without your consent? Kyree Oliver found himself thinking this exact thought about two years ago. He was in his dorm room at college, thinking about the physical, mental, and emotional abuse he underwent in the previous five months of his life. He felt as though he had lost all control over his life and that he was simply life’s punching bag.
Kyree needed a hero to save him but the people closest to him at the time, his teammates,
Brian K Wright is the host of Success Profiles Radio, and his mission is to motivate and inspire others to discover their unique talents and follow their dreams in life. With extensive experience teaching and training in academic and corporate environments, he understands that many people live far beneath their potential, primarily because they don’t really believe they deserve success. Through his experience and research, Brian has learned and practiced the principles he teaches in his book “Student Leadership Strategies: 21 Easy Ways to Become a Center of Influence in Your Group,” and the forthcoming book “Conversations With High Achievers”.
Brian grew up in Iowa and graduated from Iowa State University with a degree in Communication Studies, and holds a Masters degree in Adult Education from the University of Nebraska in Lincoln. He discovered a passion for speaking and influencing audiences by speaking competitively in high school and in college, and by being heavily involved on campus while in school. Throughout his career, Brian has been a top performer in the areas of sales, customer service, training, and has also written resumes professionally for students, working professionals, and executives. He is available to speak on the topics of motivation/inspiration, leadership, and goal setting. He resides in the Phoenix, Arizona area.
Mark Fidelman applies both his Fortune 500 and start-up expertise in revenue generation, marketing and business strategy to produce the highest possible ROI at the lowest cost basis.
A lot of his experience, tips, tricks and growth hacks can be found on his popular YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/c/fanaticsmedia
Mark is a recognized expert in creating sales and marketing machines leveraging his experience with hundreds of clients and multiple C level roles.
He has worked in the software and technology space for over 20 years with organizations such as A.T. Kearney, EDS (now Hewlett Packard), and Autodesk but now runs an influencer marketing agency (Evolve) and a full service Ecommerce consulting practice (Fanatics Media).
Mark authors the SOCIALIZED AND MOBILIZED Column on Forbes http://www.forbes.com/sites/markfidelman/
Mark’s SOCIALIZED! Book on Amazon and B&N www.markfidelman.com
Named a 2013 Huffington Post Top 50 Most Social CEO http://t.co/nvxwZd2RIe
Mark is considered to be an influential leader the subject of Digital Marketing, Influencer Marketing and Ecommerce and has been featured in the New York Times, Forbes, Techcrunch, and Fortune. Mark has been contributor/columnist for Forbes for the past 3 years and enjoys pontificating on a variety of marketing topics.
Alex Kip, a “Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Hero” spreads his transformational strategies of wellness to major clients like UnitedHealthcare, Nationwide Insurance, Pelotonia, and the University of Michigan. As a certified Tony Robbins-Cloe Maddens life coach, speaker, and writer he has inspired thousands after surviving Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma cancer, losing his singing voice, and being told he had a 15-30% chance of survival.
Now in complete remission with his voice restored, he’s been featured on PBS, NPR Stations, the Huffington Post, Addicted2Success, Lifehack, and Buddha Brain. As the creator of KipTV and SoulFeed, a “New & Noteworthy” podcast on iTunes he’s interviewed leaders like Marianne Williamson, Deepak Chopra, Seane Corn, Caroline Myss, and more.
Amanda Goldman-Petri is an internationally renowned “Work smarter, NOT HARDER” Online Marketing Coach, Speaker, And Expert. Armed with the perfect mix of extremely valuable content, compelling stories, and a happy-go-lucky, nerdy personality, Amanda’s presentations are fun, entertaining, and, most importantly, memorable.
Because she believes in going “all in,” Amanda won’t simply sit by as you send her “free press.” Rather, she will become a powerful collaborator – someone who you can rely on to have her stuff together, to delivery quality, and to spread the word about the great work you will do together.
“What’s possible has been done, what’s impossible must be done!”
Amanda’s Favorite Books:
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Tyler Basu is a professional Content Marketer, Podcast Host and Digital Magazine Publisher. Like many others before him, Tyler’s journey in business began when he read a book called Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki. Driven by his ambition, he spent his early twenties navigating his way through several different industries including financial planning, promoting seminars, direct sales, and selling real estate.
In 2013, Tyler launched his first podcast, Chatting With Champions. In the process of interviewing over 100 successful entrepreneurs for his show, he developed a fascination for online business and digital publishing. By 2015, Tyler had written and published several books on Amazon, including the #1 Amazon Bestseller Lifestyle Business Blueprint.
Tyler left the real estate industry in 2015 to become the Publisher & Editor of Lifestyle Business Magazine, a digital magazine for lifestyle entrepreneurs. Tyler also hosts the Lifestyle Business Magazine Podcast. When he’s not interviewing guests or writing articles for his magazine, he’s busy helping other entrepreneurs and organizations implement content marketing strategies to attract and retain their ideal customers.
“The best way to predict the future is to create it.”
Tyler’s Favorite Books:
The Millionaire Fastlane: Crack the Code to Wealth and Live Rich for a Lifetime.
Danny Flood is co-founder of OpenWorld,the world’s #1 resource for active lifestyle creators. An entrepreneur since age 9, he went from broke ramen-eating college graduate to growing a profitable online business and pursuing lifestyle design with reckless abandon.
Through his many adventures around the world, he has been robbed, fallen from bridges and motorbikes, hugged exotic animals, and nearly died several times in pursuit of his dreams.
While he could be anywhere, he feels most at home in San Diego, Tokyo, Florianopolis, Buenos Aires, and Penang.
“There are many that find a good alibi far more attractive than an achievement, because an achievement does not settle anything permanantly. We still have to prove our worth anew each day, we have to prove we are as good today as we were yesterday, but when we have a valid alibi for not achieving anything, we are fixed so to speak for life.” — Eric Hoffer
Danny’s Favorite Books:
The 4-Hour Workweek: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich
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He was addicted to drugs. He lost his faith. Finding his faith helped to get him clean but for him it was Hasidim.
He stood out at performances, his dress didn’t match his music. But he sings happy songs of triumph, with a twist almost like Sublime. His name is Matthew Miller but you may know him by his stage name, Matisyahu – popular reggae performer.
He is still close to his faith but doesn’t practice it in the same way, he’s dropped the garb, it was a way to help him find stability again; he’s found himself again and he’s comfortable to be himself.
When Matisyahu first started touring to packed clubs more than eleven years ago, it was prior to the release of Live at Stubbs, the now Gold record, and prior to that record’s single “King without a Crown” reaching #1 on the alternative rock radio charts. His performances were a raw expression of his spirituality at that time and were supported by musicians who played a foundation of roots reggae augmented by the energy of a rock trio. Fans latched on quickly for a variety of reasons, but in August of 2005, just months after the release of Live at Stubbs, Matisyahu found himself on stage at the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival with the de facto leader of improvisational rock-n-roll; Phish’s front man Trey Anastasio.
Many early fans of Matisyahu remember that moment clearly not because of the songs he played in front of the 80,000 person crowd, but because of his seemingly unfettered confidence (or perhaps naiveté) in helping lead Trey and his band through an improvisational display of beat boxing and lyrical gymnastics during the two songs performed. It may have been unrefined, but Matisyahu’s passion for full band improvisation was laid bare.
You may not know his whole story and how his music is created, but in this episode we dive into all of it.
“Listen oh Israel the Lord is our God, the Lord is one.”
Matisyahu’s Favorite Books:
The Politics of Experience
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Brian D. Evans, is an Inc. 500 serial entrepreneur, startup advisor, business coach, PR strategist and Founder of Influencive, BDE Ventures, Startup Guild and others.
In addition to creating his own highly successful ventures, He’s advised and mentored hundreds of entrepreneurs on creating their dream businesses. These entrepreneurs have gone on to dramatically increase their success.
Brian’s venture, Influencive, is rapidly growing and changing the face of media.
“Life doesn’t happen to you, it happens because of you.”
Brian’s Favorite Books:
A New Earth: Awakening to Your Life’s Purpose (Oprah’s Book Club, Selection 61)
Brandon T. Adams is the co-host and one of two executive producers of Ambitious Adventures, a reality television program focused on the compelling stories of young entrepreneurs. In addition to his television work, Brandon is an entrepreneur through and through, owning a stake in a number of businesses including the Young Entrepreneur Convention, Keys to the Crowd, Arctic Stick and an ice distributorship that serves three states. Brandon speaks as a motivator and educator across the country to share his successes and failures for all to learn from.
Brandon’s fascination with entrepreneurship has been present since birth and was stoked with his invention of Arctic Stick during his college years. As a 2012 graduate of Iowa State University, Brandon pushed his Arctic Stick product through concept, design, manufacturing and funding. Through this process, it clearly illustrated to him that there was a need for a voice to aid young entrepreneurs in fulfilling their dreams in creating and running businesses. That path has led him to where he is today.
Brandon has also earned the moniker of “King of Crowdfunding” for his work in establishing his business Keys to the Crowd, a firm that consults with clients launching products and services on crowdfunding platforms. Brandon and his Keys to the Crowd team have worked with high profile clients like Harrington, John Lee Dumas and others to gain funding using the emerging method of crowdfunding.
“Whatever the mind conceives and believes it can achieve.” — Napoleon Hill
Brandon’s Favorite Books:
Think and Grow Rich
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