Brian “Mr. Subtle Skills” provides training and consulting that helps businesses provide fast, effective skills their staff can immediately put to work. He speaks on a variety of subjects, including enhancing communication skills (inside and outside of the workplace), improving sales skills, and effectively marketing to your clients.
As an Introverted/Extrovert, Brian purposely chose professions where people came to him for help (Retail, Hospitality, & Help Desk) to help ease his social anxiety. Over the course of his career he would pick up a book, or take a class, to learn a new tip/trick to better interact with people. With every new social skill, another promotion soon followed. The #1 skill that changed his Personal & Professional life was learning Facial Feature Analysis. That skill alone lead to moving from being an Installer to Regional Vice President of Sales, not too bad for someone who still considers himself to be a bit of an Introvert. Brian is one of a few people in the world who is not only certified but actually teaches Facial Feature Analysis. Brian Speaks, Trains, and Coaches people on how to successfully enhance their Personal & Professional interactions with others.
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Ken Walls founded Client Solution Innovations, a digital marketing, Web development and social media firm in 2007 after spending years immersed in the tech world and on the Internet. Today, they help businesses communicate effectively to grow and prosper.
It is now my mission to help others have their breakthrough. You can overcome trauma, loss, addiction, a failing business, hardships and find joy, confidence, recovery and success. I have done it, and you can, too.Ken Walls
Ken says, “I have taken the tragedies and triumphs of my life and used them to better understand people and know how to help someone overcome, expand and flourish in their life and in business.”
He even wrote a #1 bestselling book about it called “Walls of Wisdom: Turning Pain Into Profit.”
Megan and Josh have one mission, to help other couples, from all walks of life, navigate their entrepreneurial relationship. Together they have built multiple successful businesses and have helped countless couples recover from the brink of separation.
While most principles they teach may seem “common sense,” as entrepreneurs, we tend to have blinders on. Whether you or your partner realize it, you are an entrepreneur.
If you and your spouse are partners in business or are merely in the “business” of family-life, and are struggling, they can help!