John Langeler was fascinated with sports broadcasting from an early age. His dream job was to be the play-by-play announcer for the New York Rangers. Over time, that interest morphed into journalism. His career began at KPAX in Missoula, Montana, serving as news reporter and for a time, sports anchor. After four years, John moved to Spokane, Washington. There, he worked for KXLY and KREM as a news reporter and anchor.
Amy Lynn Durham is a U.C. Berkeley Certified Executive Coach and Emotional Intelligence Practitioner who spent years in the corporate world successfully managing hundreds of employees for private and publicly traded companies. She is often referred to as a Corporate Mystic due to her unique ability in bringing Spiritual Intelligence (SQ) to energize and transform the workplace.
Dr. Katrina Burrus, CEO/found of Excellent Executive Coaching LLC, is known for “Fast tracking leaders to the C-Suite and Beyond” and for “Transforming Brilliant Jerks into Inspiring Leaders.” Clients often comment that working with Katrina enlighten leaders to empower co-workers to walk the extra mile.
Dr. Paul White, PhD, is a licensed psychologist who has worked with individuals, businesses and families in a variety of settings for over 20 years. He received his B.A. from Wheaton, his Masters from Arizona State, and his PhD in Counseling Psychology from Georgia State University. He consults with successful businesses and high net worth families, dealing with the relational issues intertwined with business and financial wealth.
As a former Air Force officer, Tracey Jones has four decades of leadership experience. She has written eight books and is also the president of Tremendous Leadership, which has one goal – change world one book at a time. She believes that philanthropy and community engagement are at the heart of leadership. The profits of Tremendous Leadership support The Tremendous Trust which has provided over $1.3 million in donations over the last eight years.
Michelle Barry Franco works with executives, founders and entrepreneurs who want to lead with clarity, conviction and heart, whether it’s their team, their clients or their audience. With more than 20 years as a high-level speaking and messaging coach, she has helped leaders share their message and story on TEDx stages and at the best conferences in their industry.
Daniel Ramsey is the founder & CEO of MyOutDesk, the highest-rated Virtual Assistant company in the marketplace with over 400 5-star reviews, and over 13 years of experience, serving more than 5,000 clients across the US and Canada – including over half of the RealTrends:tm: Top 10 teams. Daniel is a long-time licensed real estate broker, mortgage broker, and general contractor who’s sold thousands of homes and made millions in commissions, and built real estate’s #1 staffing company.
Janet McKee is a former Fortune 500 corporate executive, where she nearly died from a massive burnout. After making a massive career leap, she now helps people achieve success on their terms without being insanely stressed. Janet Co-Authored a Best-Selling book with success legend, Brian Tracy and she also wrote Stressless Success.
Ali Shah comes from a technology background and has started five companies, but he experienced a transformational journey in South America that took him to where he is today. He realized when we personally connect with others, we improve our mental health, feel a sense of belonging, and strengthen our relationships. Traditional social media has erected barriers between humans, and hijacked our natural way of communication. Texting, posting memes/links, sharing filtered images does not bring us closer as human beings, nor does it allow us to meaningfully connect with each other.
Joe Trodden is a mindset coach has helped 300 entrepreneurs over the past 10-years. These entrepreneurs come to Joe to work on the next level of their strategy growth and to develop their mindset to become effective entrepreneurial leaders. Joe believes that mindset is the single biggest factor in success for entrepreneurs. The journey is incredibly difficult at this stage and is often a tipping point as to whether the business will reach its full potential.