Erik Weir, High Net Worth Advisor, Managing Money for People on Forbes List - Episode 152

Erik Weir, High Net Worth Advisor, Managing Money for People on Forbes List – Episode 152

Erik Weir is the founder and principal of WCM Global Wealth, where Erik and his team seek to deliver optimum quality investment advice and money management for high net-worth investors. He opened Weir Capital Management in 1999, developing a global client base for financial solutions, twice named one of the fastest growing companies in South…

Rich Mulholland, Master Presenter, Empowering Ordinary People to Deliver Extraordinary Presentations - Episode 151

Rich Mulholland, Master Presenter, Empowering Ordinary People to Give Extraordinary Presentations – Episode 151

Rich Mulholland, is the founder of Missing Link, a presentation powerhouse celebrating 22 years of saving the world from boring presentations by empowering ordinary presenters to give kick ass presentations. Missing Link recognizes the problem of people being bored to tears, as an audience member in a presentation, a conference, a meeting, or even reading…

Jill Young, CEO, Guiding and Challenging Leadership Teams in Growth Mode – Episode 58

Jill Young is the Founder and CEO of TractionFirst LLC, a Texas based Certified EOS Implementation Firm.  Jill is also a keynote speaker, a two time author – her latest book is called “In Courage – How Entrepreneur’s and Their Leadership Teams Can Experience Less Pain in Growth Mode” – and an energized, dynamic leader.  Jill grew…

Noah Rickun, Fearless Sales President Rocking 20x Growth – Episode 44

Noah Rickun is the President of Sales and Marketing at ETE Reman, a leading, family owned, automobile transmission remanufacturer.  Noah graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison where, in addition to getting his degree, he became an entrepreneur as well, creating a market for used musical instruments that he sourced through a newspaper ad and then sold…

An Uncomfortable Lesson I Took Too Long To Learn

Saturday, September 21, 1991, was the scariest day of my life. I was 24. It was the final day of a three-day company management conference. A bunch of trashmen, gathered in a Houston hotel to learn about what’s happening with the company.  How it’s performing, what the future looks like. What’s new, or next. A…