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10 Things Occur When You Think Like Entrepreneurs

  • Morale increases
  • Communication amplified
  • Teamwork heightened
  • Change embraced, not feared
  • Creativity enhanced
  • Problems get solved
  • Challenges diminished
  • Acceptance of more responsibility
  • Productivity swells
  • The Bottom Line goes up!

Bob Garner's customized presentations deliver the "Wow Factor" to your group, because of his rare ability to provide usable information cleverly reinforced with entertainment (clean humor, relevant stories, amazing mind reading, and fun audience participation).

Drawing on his own unique rags to riches story as someone who overcame tremendous obstacles to ultimately turn his dream of becoming a successful entrepreneur into reality, Bob's programs focus on helping each person, as well as your company, to be more successful by learning how to think like entrepreneurs.

From enhancing skill sets to achieve goals and embrace change to working with others to improve communication and diminish problems, Bob's strategies will reveal to your group that - by changing how they think - they are capable of doing astonishing things.

For employees, executives and customers - from kick-offs and wrap-ups to keynotes - Bob Garner is a funny motivational speaker whose clients confirm his exceptional skill to energize, empower, and entertain their audiences... he can do the same for you!


Latest Blog Posts from Bob Garner

3 Networking Event Ideas to Heighten Interaction and Mind Share

August 27, 2014

Coming up with networking event ideas can be challenging. In fact, there are two major challenges. The first is getting your guests to interact with others, outside of their usual connections; the second is providing attendees with an experience that they will talk about, when they get back to their office. In other words, “mind share after the event.” While networking is the primary issue, mind share is also important. The reason is simple: Corporations spend thousands of dollars on these events, but due to the usual “cookie cutter” program, after the event is over, it’s quickly forgotten. This loss…
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5 Minutes with a Leader – Robert Wright: Chief Editor, “Life Science Leader” Magazine

August 21, 2014

You just never know who you will sit next to on a plane. After a hectic boarding of a flight, a pleasant fellow sat down in the seat next to me. We started to chat and laugh and continued to do so the entire flight. In fact, we haven’t stopped chatting and laughing since – although now it’s via emails and phone calls. While his sense of humor is sharp, so is his ability to be part of a team of experts in the editing and writing of one of the foremost magazines in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries. With…
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How To Become a Better Leader – Oil Yourself

July 21, 2014

Maybe this happened to you before…if you don’t add oil to your car or your lawn mower, you are soon going to have problems. Why? Because oil is the magic ingredient that reduces friction. In the workplace, there can be tons of friction. As the leader, part of your job is to reduce that friction and keep all the units working together smoothly. One way to day that is through developing a higher level of trust between yourself and those who report to you. Low levels of trust stifle innovation. If you aren’t trusted, your team will not act as…
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Sales Objections: Dealing With “I Need to Think It Over”

July 15, 2014

You’ve delivered your presentation, answered all sales objections, asked for the sale and then you hear, “I need to think it over.” For sales reps, this can be very frustrating. While it’s true that sometimes a customer may really need to think it over or get input from others before committing, oftentimes, it is just a delay tactic. Excluding the former, let’s look at some of the possible reasons for the latter and some sales tips as to what you can do to deal with this objection. Possible Reason # 1) Customer Had No Real Intention to Buy Thought: Perhaps,…
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