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Bert Martinez interviews Leaders, Authors, Innovators, and Celebrities.

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Mike Abrashoff after leaving the Navy Mike co-founded GLS Worldwide and has worked with over 1,000 organizations, from non-profits to Fortune Ten Companies, instilling leadership initiatives at every level. By teaching the value of empowering every individual to share the responsibility of achieving excellence, he has affected phenomenal change in some of the most unexpected places. "It's your ship," Mike was known to say on Benfold, has become a mainstream term spoken throughout Corporate America Pamela Hermann Brian Horn considered to be the ?pioneer of authority marketing?, which has exploded in popularity the last year. Authority marketing is the process for positioning someone as an authority, or even a celebrity, in their marketplace in order to grow their sphere of influence and increase sales. In his many years in this field, Brian has learned what works and what doesn't. Along the way, he's had some very interesting encounters. He has lots of stories that include experiences with clients and celebrities like Howard Stern, Vanilla Ice, Richard Simmons, Perez Hilton and many others that will educate, entertain, and motivate listeners. He'll also share stories of everyday people that were able to get massive national exposure using tactics anyone can implement John Siano high school senior, creator of the educational website StudyTrove. StudyTrove offers an essay editing service, a tutoring database to match students with local tutors, and also practice problems for students to utilize. In less than a year, the site has grown to have high schools across America as clients, and was even featured recently in the San Jose Mercury News
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Kay Robinson founder and owner of InSight Intuitive Consulting, a business coaching company and is an EMyth Business Coach. Kay works with business owners and professionals who are focused on success Hillary Benham-Baker... more

Shane Anderies founding partner of Anderies & Gomes LLP, an employment law firm with offices in San Francisco and Santa Rosa, California. Anderies & Gomes LLP represents management exclusively throughout California before federal,... more

Charisse Soller advance practice nurse that works at Doctors Weight Loss and Wellness Frank Landreneau international tax expert with the firm Pannell Kerr Forster of Texas, P.C. Frank has extensive experience with working... more

Thomas White CEO of the C-Suite Network an organization exclusively reserved for C-Suite members with a focus on enhancing each member's profitability for greater success through a unique networking and educational experience... more

Charisse Soller advance practice nurse that works at Doctors Weight Loss and Wellness. She has been practicing medical weight loss for 3 years Frank Landreneau international tax expert with the firm Pannell Kerr Forster of Texas,... more

Jason Drohn former Pepsi truck driver turned digital entrepreneur, who's sole mission is to help business owners succeed online. He's got a knack for laying down growth plans for businesses in a single conversation, and helping... more

Francis Jackson attorney who specializes in disability law for those seeking veterans disability benefits and social security disability benefits. A founding partner of Jackson & MacNichol. He has also been quoted in USA Today and is... more

Floyd Smith CEO of Petron Energy II, Inc., the stock symbol is ?PEII? the company is in the oil and gas space Jimmy Marten Board Certified tax attorney who is an expert in Texas salestax audits& litigation. He is the founding partner... more

Mary King IRS Problem Solving Attorney and co- author of the book Protect and Defend. Mary's career as an attorney began in 1993 after graduating from Stetson University College of Law. Her career in law has primarily focused in IRS... more

John Scherer became an infomercial star when his products weren't selling well at retail stores and he couldn't afford to hire actors for TV ads. His soft-spoken pitch worked the year after his first ads appeared in 1990, sales jumped from $5... more

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