Episode 18: How To Give a Persuasive Presentation


Recent research out of The University of Illinois Chicago analyzed 24,000 jobs in the US and found that 25% of US income comes from persuasion and presentation skills. Being able to give a persuasive presentation is a skill that will make you more money, grow your influence and allow you to win hearts & minds. In today’s podcast I am going to teach you the four questions that have to be answered to persuade people in a presentation. Part of this will get a little technical but the aha at the end is worth it.

Episode 17: A Champion’s Mindset with The Tampa Rays (formerly The Boston Red Sox) Mental Performance Coach Justin Su’a


Have you ever wondered what the best athletes in the world do mentally to perform at the highest levels? NFL and MLB mental performance coach, Justin Su’a, shares some of the best coaching techniques to perform at higher & higher levels that are just as applicable outside the sports world as they are in. From dealing with overwhelm, stress, parenting, creating systems, this is a true must listen. Find out more about Justin Su’a at www.increaseyourimpact.libsyn.com/

Episode 16: Dang Good Leadership Advice with Children’s Hospital CEO Jena Hausmann


Jena Hausmann is the President and CEO of Children’s Hospital in Colorado, one of the leading children’s hospitals in the world. Jena is a tremendous leader and an even better person. As I listened back to this interview I thought, “This is dang good leadership advice!”

Jena shares her knowledge on women in leadership, being aware of the culture you are creating, the importance of being authentic in leadership, how important failure can be and much more. Find our more about Jena at https://www.childrenscolorado.org/about/news/2015/april-2015/jena-hausmann-ceo/

Episode 15: Purpose Creates Movements & Builds Tribes with Derek & Shelaine Maxfield (Founders of Younique & The Younique Foundation)


Twenty percent of our population are affected by childhood sexual abuse and powerhouse couple, Derek and Shelaine Maxfield, are doing something about it. Listen to my amazing conversation with the Maxfields, the masterminds behind Younique (a company valued over one billion dollars) and the Younique Foundation and learn how one simple conversation and two people’s desire to do good has affected thousands of people. Learn more about what they are doing at https://youniquefoundation.org/ and https://defendinnocence.org/

Episode 14: How to Deal With Negative Feedback


We all have critics, so how do you deal with it? How do you keep moving forward and turn it into productive feedback? Dealing with negative feedback is an essential skill to learn for success. Let me share with you my three tips for dealing with the inevitable.

Episode 13: Choose Your Word for the Year


Rethink the way you set your New Year’s Resolutions

This episode will teach you a process that will help you to make 2019 your best year yet.

Join me in choosing your word for 2019 and making it your best year yet!

Episode 12: How to Create Customers with Word of Mouth with Author and Podcaster Jay Baer


In the modern social media world, the art of word of mouth is often over looked or forgotten, but Jay Baer lays out the importance of this crucial marketing strategy and just how to achieve success through word of mouth. Find out more about Jay at convinceandconvert.com and check out his book, Talk Triggers, talktriggers.com

Episode 11: Exactly What to Say with Bestselling Author Phil Jones


Best selling author and international speaker, Phil M Jones, joins me in a conversation that will benefit all. Everyone in sales & leadership needs to listen to this as Phil shares key words and phrases that will make you more influential. Find out more about Phil at philmjones.com

Episode 10: Climbing The Corporate Ladder With Angela Alanis


Angela Alanis, an Assistant Vice President at USAA, tells me her story about climbing the corporate ladder at USAA and shares some of the best leadership advice I’ve ever heard. Angela’s story about owning and embracing who you are as a leadership tool will certainly change your mindset.

Angela Alanis currently serves as an Assistant Vice President leading a team of 500 at USAA, a Financial Services provider for the military and their families. In her 20 years at USAA she has assumed various roles of increasing responsibility within multiple business areas from frontline associate to the executive position she holds now. Angela’s personal leadership journey is a testament that climbing the corporate ladder is not impossible.

Episode 9: The Power of Storytelling with Kelly Swanson


Listen in as Ty and storytelling expert, Kelly Swanson, discuss the ins and outs of storytelling as a valuable business tool. Learn from both of their insight on how to grow your influence using storytelling because he who tells the best stories wins. Learn more about Kelly https://motivationalspeakerkellyswanson.com/