Halelly Azulay / TalentGrow LLC
Halelly Azulay is a facilitator, author, speaker, and leadership development strategist and an expert in communication skills and emotional intelligence. She is the Founder & CEO of TalentGrow LLC, where she develops leaders and teams, especially for enterprises experiencing explosive growth or expansion. Her leadership podcast, blog, and videos can be found at talentgrow.com.
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Some of the topics discussed during this episode:
- What role a mentor played in developing her books
- How being a published author led to addtional business and increased revenue
- How the book helps her standout in the marketplace
Lloyd Lofton L.U.T.C. / 7 Figure Sales Tools
Lloyd has 30+ years of door-to-door, call center; business-to-business and needs based selling experience. He is a successful business leader who has led large sales distributions who produced 50 million or more a year in sales, who has led recruiting efforts that resulted in hiring more than 2,000 sales professionals in one year and who has trained hundreds of managers, from field sales leaders to executive level leaders.
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Thoughts by Lloyd during this episode
- Great stories are about people not things
- Everybody’s life has stories that others could be inspired by
- Writing a book is about getting the words on paper and building from there
David B. Wright / W3 Marketing Group
President & Chief Marketing Officer
David B. Wright is a bestselling author and is President & Chief Marketing Officer of W3 Group Marketing, a marketing firm that helps growth-oriented businesses get more customers, clients or patients. David provides marketing services ranging from high-level strategic direction down to the tactical implementation including SEO, video marketing, mobile, local, social, online PR, and more. Video SEO is a particular sweet spot – David has gotten to Page One of Google in as fast as two minutes!
David is an international speaker, has lived in Tokyo, Japan, done business around the world and has been quoted in numerous publications including Inc., The Wall Street Journal, CNN, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, AMEX Open Forum, About.com, CEO.com, and Business Insider. He has climbed Mt. Fuji and dozens of other mountains, loves SCUBA diving, kayaking, music and all sorts of adventures. He is a champion fish taco chef, learned to surf in Bali, shot archery in the crater of a Japanese volcano, was a radio DJ in Atlanta, rode an elephant through the jungle in Thailand, and is ready for his next adventure. He lives in Tucker, GA with his wife and stepdaughter.
Questions Covered in this Episode include:
- Benefits of writing a book to increase profitability and profile
- Being awarded Creative Loafing Best local author 2016
- Why it is so important to market your book once published
Chip Bell / Sprinkles
Chip R. Bell is a renowned keynote speaker and has served as consultant or speaker to such organizations as Microsoft, Nationwide, Marriott, Lockheed-Martin, Cadillac, Ritz-Carlton, Caterpillar, Verizon, USAA, Harley-Davidson and Victoria’s Secret.
He is the author of many best sellers including The 9½ Principles of Innovative Service,Wired & Dangerous with John Patterson, Take Their Breath Away with John Patterson,Managers as Mentors with Marshall Goldsmith, Magnetic Service with Bilijack Bell, andManaging Knock Your Socks Off Service with Ron Zemke.
Dr. Bell has appeared on CNBC, CNN, Fox Business, NPR, ABC and his work has been featured in Fortune, Businessweek, Forbes, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Inc. Magazine, Entrepreneur, WSJ MarketWatch, CEO Magazine, and Fast Company.
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