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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

5 Minutes with a Leader: Mark Kuta – Oracle Executive, Author of “Think Like a CEO”

October 23, 2014

I was working for a client at a trade show in San Diego, when I met a light-haired, affable young man with an outgoing personality. This man was Mark Kuta, Jr. who, over the course of his career, has sold over 100 million dollars of enterprise software, with a significant amount of these sales being OVER list price! (That’s virtually unheard of in the software industry.) Currently the Value Chain Planning Manager at Oracle, Mark is also the author of the award winning (and career enhancing) book, “Think Like a CEO.” In his book, Mark covers the language of business,…
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Achieve Success: It Takes “Pluck” Not Just Luck

October 14, 2014

One of my favorite “oldie but goodie” success stories is that of Nicholas Barsan, from Queens, New York. In 1987, “Success Magazine” named him “the world’s greatest real estate salesman.” The year before, he had earned more than one million dollars by closing more than twenty-seven million dollars worth of real estate transactions. (Remember, that was a million in commission in 1987 dollars.) The amazing part of Barsan’s story is that he was a Romanian immigrant and had been selling houses in the United States for only four years, when his accomplishments were so publicly recognized. He was new to…
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Boring Job – Are You Making More Than Parachutes?

September 30, 2014

  During WW2, parachutes were being made by machine and by hand. The job was tedious – it was the same thing every day. From the worker’s point of view, it was a pretty dull and boring job. One day, noticing the apathy of his employees, the boss walked into the parachute plant and pulled his workers aside for a meeting. He said, “I know that putting these parachutes together is not the most exciting type of work and it can get real boring sometimes, but let me tell you – what you are doing is vitally important not only…
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Respecting Others: The Head Hog at the Trough

September 23, 2014

A wealthy man called his church and asked the secretary if he could speak to the “head hog at the trough”. The secretary said, “Who?” The man replied, “I want to speak to the head hog at the trough.” The secretary said, “Sir, if you mean our pastor, you will have to treat him with more respect and ask for the reverend or the pastor. You certainly can’t refer to him as the ‘head hog at the trough’.” The man said, “I see. Well, I just happen to have $10,000, and I was thinking about donating it to the building…
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