James Robilotta is an author, professional speaker, personal coach, emcee, and entrepreneur. James’ first book, Leading Imperfectly: The value of being authentic for leaders, professionals, and human beings, is available wherever people buy books. He also speaks internationally to willing and unwilling attendees about authentic leadership and promoting memorability. His clients include American Express, General Electric (GE), Yale University, The Ohio State University, and many others. As a speaker, he is doing the two things he loves the most: making people think and making people laugh! His thought-provoking talks are infused with self-awareness and comedy stemming from his background as a trained stand-up and improv comedian.
Art Giser was awed by how many people could transform their lives using NLP, and he was awed how people could transform their lives using transformative energy work, intuition development, and spiritual development.
On episode 562 of “Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do” Thom Singer sits down with David Adelson of the Peace And Harmony Company. In this episode, Thom goes beyond his comfort zone into a conversation about Quantum Physics and other ideas around consciousness and energy.
Episode 561 of “Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do” goes to the world of spiritual healing, mind, body, and love alignment. If your soul is calling you to connect more to source, you will want to hear from Susan Kennard. She had a regular job, but had to give it up to go on a new journey. Thirty years as a therapist attracted her to help people to clean up their energy field and look closely at their inside world to find more success.
David Roger is the CEO and Co-founder of Felix Gray, which pioneered the Blue Light glasses space and is still the leader in the category. The company’s mission: empower people to live happier, healthier, more productive lives in today’s screen-filled world.
Episode 569 of “Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do” is co-produced in partnership with the Austin Technology Council, the largest tech industry organization in Central Texas. ATC empowers members by using insights, resources, and connections so their members can succeed and thrive. This episode is an in-depth interview with Melissa Anthony of anthonyBarnum PR. Check out this conversation about thought leadership, PR, entrepreneurship, and Austin.
Episode 558 is a great chat with Moneeka Sawyer about how to follow your dreams. She never wanted to be trapped in a job, so early on she started real estate investing. Her dad had told her “everyone has money issues, do you want rich people money issues or poor people money issues?”. But she did not want any money issues, she wanted it to be fun. Thus she designed her life so she could enjoy it.
The speaker for the April 8th Association for Corporate Growth luncheon in Austin was to be Alan Knitowski, CEO and co-founder of Phunware. Because of the COVID-19 situation, ACG Austin/San Antonio had to cancel their live events for the short term, but they...
. As we all deal with the impact of COVID-19 and "Social Distancing", retail stores are heavily impacted. In many cities and states non-essential stores are having to close their doors and look for creative ways to survive. In this episode Thom Singer has an...
Episode 547 is an in-depth conversation with Ian Lobas about change and reinvention. We all face change, and how we jump in and embrace it helps us get to new highs. Ian is a perfect example of doing this and finding success. . A successful Entrepreneur, Real Estate...