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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

Book Review: Patton on Leadership

May 19, 2015

I would guess that most leaders – managers, executives and entrepreneurs – have watched the movie Patton which stars George C Scott. As great as the movie is, it can’t begin to touch on the leadership skills of this man; however, Alan Axelrod’s book, “Patton on Leadership” does. While a superb commander and leader, Patton had his faults. As Retired Major General Cohen and author of the book “The Art of the Leader” stated in the foreword, some of these faults led Patton “to actions that would have terminated the career of a lesser general.” Nevertheless, Patton did what many other generals…
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Continuous Effort is Key to Unlocking Potential

May 12, 2015

Churchill was a man who didn’t know the word “QUIT.” Thank heavens for that! He also knew that while some people are strong and some are very intelligent, it is the one who keeps going that not only succeeds, but also unlocks their hidden potential. Each one of us has inside us hidden potential. It’s only hidden because we are so busy trying to do other things that really mean very little. We rush here and there; we put out that fire or worry about this problem. Yet, inside of us is the potential to do amazing things. This potential…
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Mega Millionaire Simmons Says Secret to Success – Meditation

May 5, 2015

Nice photo huh? Well, every good picture has a story and here is it… I was waiting on my wife to get ready to take our dog for a walk. (Why she has to put on makeup and blow dry her hair to do this is beyond me… guess it’s a girl thing!) Anyway, I was flicking through the tube and landed on Oprah’s Super Soul Sunday . Her guest was Russell Simmons who co-founded the hip-hop music label Def Jam; discovered LL Cool J, the Beastie Boys, and so on – and, according to Forbes, is worth over $110…
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Did You Read My Email? Tips To Increase Your Email Read and Response Rate

March 24, 2015

Do you ever wonder if an email recipient actually reads your whole email? We’re not talking a sales email, just a business correspondence that requires an action or some type of response. It appears that the attention span of many of those in corporate rivals that of a child opening gifts on their birthday – open a gift, look at it, open another, repeat, go do something else. This is not only frustrating for the sender, but it also strikes at the heart of two important topics in corporate – communication and teamwork. If the email is about a customer…
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