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Referred to by TIME magazine as a “Public Consultant” due to the intensive pre-presentation research and highly customized nature of his speeches, Tim Sanders is highly in demand as a public speaker. One-time Chief Solutions Officer at Yahoo, a company at which he was also Leadership Coach, he is the CEO of the tech start-up Minds and founded the research firm Deeper Media Inc.

Tim has a unique background in economics and psychology that allows him to work with his audience on many levels. Having passed through a number of industry crises and learned their lessons, he has gained invaluable insights. Those who have availed themselves of his speaking skills include Wells Fargo, CUNA Mutual Group, John Hancock, Prudential, Republic Mortgage, Coca-Cola, Microsoft Canada, Marriott, Century 21 and SAS.

A graduate of Loyola Marymount University and the Graduate School of Communications, University of Arizona, Tim has written four books, all of which have featured on bestseller lists around the globe: Love Is The Killer App: How to Win Business & Influence Friends, The Likeability Factor, and Today We Are Rich: Harnessing the Power of Total Confidence. His work and insights are regularly featured in such media outlets as The New York Times, Time, The Wall Street Journal, Fast Company andOprah.com, among many others.

Full Profile

CEO of Net Minds, Internal & External Relationship Expert, Bestselling Author

Tim Sanders is the maverick CEO of Los Angeles tech start-up Net Minds and founder of research firm Deeper Media Incorporated. Prior to these positions, he was the Chief Solutions Officer at Yahoo, as well as its Leadership Coach (2001-2005). He’s a strategic consultant to leading brands, associations and government agencies.

His background is economics, psychology and debate, giving him a rare blend of stories and science to move audiences to action. He’s weathered the Quality Movement, the Dotcom Crash and the recent downturn of 2008 – emerging stronger from the experience.

Time magazine called him a “Public Consultant” because of his extensive pre-keynote research and highly customized advice points for groups. He’s one of the top rated speakers in the history of over twenty conferences, conventions and offsite meetings.

Tim is the author of four books, including the global best seller Love Is The Killer App: How to Win Business & Influence Friends. His second book, The Likeability Factor was featured in major media from USA Today to the New York Times. His book, Today We Are Rich: Harnessing the Power of Total Confidence is an Inc. Magazine business bestseller. Its message: “Take control of your outlook and get your confidence back!” is right for the times.

Tim attended Loyola Marymount University and studied in the graduate school of communications at the University of Arizona. His work is frequently featured in the media, most recently in The New York Times, Time, The Wall Street Journal, Fast Company and on Oprah.com. Tim has given talks at an extensive number of sales events including: Wells Fargo, CUNA Mutual Group, John Hancock, Prudential, Republic Mortgage, Coca-Cola, Microsoft Canada, Marriott, Century 21 and SAS.

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The answer to all your business challenges, be they talent acquisition or dealing with technology disruption, is LOVE. It’s the breakthrough strategy for leaders to forge powerful connections, drive innovation and spur collaboration.

SPEAKING.COM: What do you want people to learn / take away from your presentations?

SANDERS:The answer to all your business challenges, be they talent acquisition or dealing with technology disruption, is LOVE. It’s the breakthrough strategy for leaders to forge powerful connections, drive innovation and spur collaboration.

Rapid problem solving is the only sustainable competitive advantage in business. It comes from the tendency of leaders to treat innovation as a team sport, put a process in place to drive collaboration and to recognize success in a big way.

Relationships are the foundation of our leadership quality and professional success. They are built through our generosity to others and specifically, our habit of sharing knowledge, generously networking and giving compassion and empathy to those in need.

SPEAKING.COM: How to you prepare for your speaking engagements?

SANDERS: I conduct multiple phone calls with meeting stakeholders to determine their meeting objectives, audience needs and goals for my talk. If possible, I conduct even more interviews with meeting attendees to deepen my understanding of what they want to take home from the conference.

My team and I conduct research to understand the industry, market or company I’m speaking for. We look at trends, threats, opportunities as well as psychological issues underpinning the bigger picture.

We comb tweets and posts from previous conferences to better understand the tone of the key influencers and how to engage them.

SPEAKING.COM: Have you had any particularly memorable speaking engagements / unusual situations arise while on the road?

SANDERS: My talk for the CIA (Leadership Academy) was unique in that I was told that most outsiders and specifically non-intelligence community experts aren’t well received by this group. We rolled up our sleeves, did our research and won the group over with actionable advice, peppered with my out-of-their-box perspective about relationship building and what it can do for intelligence gathering and resource getting.

SPEAKING.COM: Who are some of your favorite audiences?

SANDERS: My favorite audiences are those who come to events seeking actionable advice and wanting something greater in their professional lives. I’m especially drawn to those that serve others, such as health care or financial service professionals.

SPEAKING.COM: What types of audiences would most benefit from your message?

SANDERS: Those dealing with change, disruption, complexity and fractured relationships. They are ripe for my key takeaways. These days, as I’m writing a book on Team Work and One Company, I’m looking to talk to cultures where leaders are looking for more cross-department collaboration.

SPEAKING.COM: What inspired you to start doing speaking engagements? What got you started?

SANDERS: I’ve been a speaker since I joined the debate team in the 8th grade. I was national collegiate extemporaneous speaking champion my freshman year of college and won several national debate championships. Whenever I could, I’d volunteer to speak at industry events while working at broadcast.com and yahoo.

When my first book came out in 2002 (Love is the Killer App: How To Win Business and Influence Friends), it was featured on the cover of Fast Company. When I got to work the week after it hit the newsstands, my voice mail was full of messages from speaker bureaus —because their clients were asking them to book me for their next event.

Once I started to perform on the lecture circuit, I knew it was my calling. Since I’m a loyal business partner to speaker bureaus, they’ve reciprocated by giving the almost 800 engagements since then.

SPEAKING.COM: Which of your keynote speeches do you, and your audiences, enjoy the most and why?

SANDERS:

  • Love Is the Killer App: How To Win Business and Influence Friends
  • The Power Of Great Relationships
  • Sales Genius Is a Team Sport
  • Lead Your Teams To Collaborate, Co-Create and Win!
Speaking on Love and generosity is my favorite thing. It’s a unique message that validates so many nice-smart people who need to understand that they are successful because of their intelligent giving nature and not despite it.

I think that’s the purpose of an outside professional speaker: To validate the agenda and perspective of inside leaders.

SPEAKING.COM: What are some of the successes you've helped clients make?

SANDERS: I’ve helped associations find new charters, based on audience feedback to their member education services. I’ve helped companies rally around senior leaders, who have been preaching my message (unsuccessfully), but through our event, we tipped the balance to acceptance. By the way, I think that’s the purpose of an outside professional speaker: To validate the agenda and perspective of inside leaders.

SPEAKING.COM: How much do case studies, personal stories and or humor factor into your keynote speech content?

SANDERS: Every talk has several case studies that lead to action items for the audience to seize. In some situations, we find ones just for the talk; and in others I cross-pollinate industries with “out-of-their-market” examples.

I love to share personal stories, so long as they lead to a takeaway. I like to talk about my relationships at work and at home, to illustrate the value of deep listening, mentorship, generosity and showing empathy.

And I like to make fun of myself, and things we all do that make us crazy.


Tim Sanders Speaker Videos Back to top

Tim Sanders Speaking Demo / Speech Clips


“A positive state worker is more engaged, they bring their creativity to work, they have different chemical flow…” says Tim Sanders, laying out his vision for an emotionally connected workforce. “They believe in 'intrepreneurship' not entrepreneurship, and the customer feels beloved.”

Tim Sanders Speech



Speeches / Speaking Engagements Back to top


Tim Sanders brings his knowledge of business and psychology to his speeches, which demonstrate how to forge proper, lasting business relationships. He not only explains to his audience how to build solid and productive relationships but also how to maintain them.

Another of Tim's specialties is teaching his audience how to think confidently, something which is distinct from thinking positively; drawing on his experience of surviving three recessions, he explains how business confidence can drive a business back to the heights after a fall.

Emotional Talent, a program that is based on 500,000 pages of original research, demonstrates that technical skill will never be enough to make a great leader; Tim provides the information you need to be able to manage your emotions and sense emotions in others and so connect with them on the most essential level.

Relationship Power! How To Win Business & Influence People
Building business relationships is not a matter of playing golf, the gift of gab or being a rubber stamp on others’ ideas. There is an art and a science to being a relationship master at work. Studies show that it can boost your sales by 40%, drive your talent’s productivity by 25% and cut regrettable turnover in half.

In this program Tim reveals winning ways to create and maintain real connections inside & outside your company. This program is based on his global best seller, Love Is the Killer App: How To Win Business & Influence Friends.

Key Takeaways Include:

  • How relationships are bonded or broken in business, based on the Norm Of Reciprocity research.
  • How to be an effective mentor by following the knowledge gap lifecycle.
  • How to repair a damaged relationship or a mismanaged expectation.
  • Five email etiquette rules that will protect relationships and prevent burn out in your troops. Based on the largest study to date on email habits at work.
  • A weekly plan to leverage networking to drive business results. Follow it and you’ll double your network strength in less than one year.

Topics: Growing Your Business / Customer Experience Management (CEM) / Growing Your People / Teamwork/Team Building / Sales Growth / Innovation / Management / Sales Leadership / Inspirational/Motivational / Attitude

The Business Power Of Confident Thinking
Sure, we have business confidence at the top of a market or if we are leading the change. But what’s our plan to seize the moment when the playing field changes … or recedes? Our competition is hit just as hard as we are, and now it’s a race to see who gets their Mojo back first. History proves that business confidence is rocket fuel for a company. It cracks the code, closes the deal and moves people to action.

It’s not enough to ‘think positive’ though – sustainable confidence comes from lifestyle and leadership design. This program is based on Sanders’ experience through three recessions, the dotcom boom and the quality movement.

Key Takeaways Include:

  • A Fail-Study on Tim’s days at Yahoo including: Why they lost their Mojo, got passed by Google and what every company can learn from the experience.
  • How to create a mind-diet that gives you unbreakable confidence, starting with your morning routine. Based on modern brain science research in business.
  • Case study on how executives can confront the ‘Chicken Littles’ at work and shift the conversation from crisis to solution. Build a culture of courage by leading the conversation.
  • How to face the worst case scenario to unleash innovation and calm in your group.
  • A winning technique for injecting new-hire gratitude into yourself and your most jaded talent.
Topics: Growing Your Business / Leadership / Organizational Development / Growing Your People / Employee Engagement / Performance Improvement / Talent Management / Sales Growth / Innovation / Management / Sales Leadership

Emotional Talent: The Final Leadership Frontier
Many leaders rise to their position through their technical skills from operations to finance to product. But they will never make the leap from good to great until they develop what Tim Sanders calls Emotional Talent. This is the ability to manage their internal emotions, sense those in their people and connect with them at that level.

This program, which was the basis for a PBS Special, offers ways any leader can cultivate this talent, and spot it in others. It’s based on 500,000 pages of original research.

Key Takeaways Include:

  • Why the mood state can have a 1000% impact on a company’s innovation effectiveness. Based on case studies inside companies like Motorola & Google, Sanders explains why most business is really ‘chemical warfare.’
  • Why your company’s emotional value proposition is key to attracting and retaining top talent. How to integrate employee experience design into leadership.
  • Surprising research, revealing authenticity as a key emotional-talent attribute. How to “Keep It Real” in a world of false promises, distracted bosses and truth-stretchers.
  • How to decode people’s emotions with 90% accuracy. Reading people is a technique that IBM Data sales execs, CIA agents and champion poker players learn and hone. Sanders will reveal the 7 Faces of Emotion, which can make you the smartest leader in the room.
  • Master the “Art of Deep Listening” with your talent and your customers. How to borrow from the best interviewers in the world to uncover strategic insights in the field or around the office. How to develop a more empathetic culture, leading to a customer-centric approach to selling and delivering.


Tim Sanders Speaker Testimonials Back to top

    "In 14 years we have never made as good a choice as we made in selecting you ....you have received the highest marks of any speakers we have ever hired. What a powerful testimony. This year, your message was orbital. It was so far out of the park you had people chasing your words as they exited your mouth. Your walking into the audience made your message so much more touching. But most of all, abundance was the paradigm shifter of the entire event. While we have taught you must give to get - you took that to an entirely new level. By the time it was said and done, the dump your change on the floor exercise produced $3,119.00 dollars for the Florida victims of the recent hurricanes. A powerful demonstration of collective abundance. I want to thank you. Your message was so very, very inspiring - you were the buzz of the conference and I want to thank you from the deepest part of my heart. You′re the best!"
    Todd Duncan - Founder of The Duncan Group

    "The conference was a tremendous success and your presentation was a huge part of that! In fact, you and your presentation were the talk of the conference... conference participants wrote in your name as the best speaker of the conference. A standing ovation... is indeed rare with our group. Your ability to touch ever single person in an audience of hundreds is amazing as well. If there were a scorecard for meeting planners to complete, I would rate you as one of the best speakers I′ve ever had the pleasure to work with. Your willingness to spend time tailing the presentation and talking to members prior to the conference was most appreciated. I wish all the speakers I work with could be as generous and caring about the outcome of their efforts as you were."
    M. Lauren Basham - Senior Director of Member Services of SOCAP International

    "I just wanted to say thank you for contributing to a very successful event - you were the highlight of the conference... You were fantastic and your message was so well received - people were wearing their "L" pins, for the remainder of the show..."
    Nancy Hinich - Manager Conferences & Special Events at the Pink Elephant

    "I can not begin to tell you what a great job Tim Sanders did for our YPO group... I believe it will turn out to be one of our chapter′s highest rated events ever-and we′ve had some pretty fantastic resources. I would highly recommend Tim to any group of business executives who are seeking to get to "the next level"..."
    Joe Dada - President and CEO Smarthome, Inc. of the YPO California Coast Chapter




Exclusive Interview with Tim Sanders

Followers stop listening to leaders that consistently produce negative emotions or ignore/judge their emotions.
In this interview, Tim Sanders discusses:
  • How to build better business relationships.
  • Why "emotional talent" is an important leadership quality.
  • How organizations can integrate employee experience into their leadership style.
  • What the most important "7 Faces of Emotion" are and how it can make leaders smarter.
  • Talent management trends.

* Please note that while this speaker’s specific speaking fee falls within the range posted above (for Continental U.S. based events), fees are subject to change. For current fee information or international event fees (which are generally 50-75% more than U.S based event fees), please contact us.

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    "In 14 years we have never made as good a choice as we made in selecting you ....you have received the highest marks of any speakers we have ever hired. What a powerful testimony. This year, your message was orbital. It was so far out of the park you had people chasing your words as they exited your mouth. Your walking into the audience made your message so much more touching. But most of all, abundance was the paradigm shifter of the entire event. While we have taught you must give to get - you took that to an entirely new level. By the time it was said and done, the dump your change on the floor exercise produced $3,119.00 dollars for the Florida victims of the recent hurricanes. A powerful demonstration of collective abundance. I want to thank you. Your message was so very, very inspiring - you were the buzz of the conference and I want to thank you from the deepest part of my heart. You′re the best!"
    Todd Duncan - Founder of The Duncan Group

    "The conference was a tremendous success and your presentation was a huge part of that! In fact, you and your presentation were the talk of the conference... conference participants wrote in your name as the best speaker of the conference. A standing ovation... is indeed rare with our group. Your ability to touch ever single person in an audience of hundreds is amazing as well. If there were a scorecard for meeting planners to complete, I would rate you as one of the best speakers I′ve ever had the pleasure to work with. Your willingness to spend time tailing the presentation and talking to members prior to the conference was most appreciated. I wish all the speakers I work with could be as generous and caring about the outcome of their efforts as you were."
    M. Lauren Basham - Senior Director of Member Services of SOCAP International

    "I just wanted to say thank you for contributing to a very successful event - you were the highlight of the conference... You were fantastic and your message was so well received - people were wearing their "L" pins, for the remainder of the show..."
    Nancy Hinich - Manager Conferences & Special Events at the Pink Elephant

    "I can not begin to tell you what a great job Tim Sanders did for our YPO group... I believe it will turn out to be one of our chapter′s highest rated events ever-and we′ve had some pretty fantastic resources. I would highly recommend Tim to any group of business executives who are seeking to get to "the next level"..."
    Joe Dada - President and CEO Smarthome, Inc. of the YPO California Coast Chapter


    Today We Are Rich: Harnessing the Power of Total Confidence
    Are you confident in yourself or is negativity holding you back?
    Do you have the faith and endurance to weather any obstacle life throws at you?
    Are you inspiring loved ones as much as they inspire you?

    Today We Are Rich has the answers and will show you how to be rich in positivity and gratitude. You′ll learn what Tim learned from his grandmother: confidence comes from within you, from your loved ones, and from your spirituality, allowing you to rise above any of life′s challenges.

    In Today We Are Rich, you′ll join Tim on his journey as he weaves together heartwarming tales of hardship and triumph with fundamental lessons of building confidence. Tim details his own challenges and the struggles of those close to him, turning them into parables on the endurance and power of the human spirit. Not only will you be moved by his stories, you′ll learn the steps you need to take to overcome any obstacle and persevere, even in the face of today′s always-on media and internet society.

    Through the wisdom and stories of his grandmother, Tim will teach you seven principles of confidence his grandmother lived by even in the face of personal tragedy and economic turmoil, including the Great Depression.

    • Feed Your Mind Good Stuff: learn how to identify and filter out the negativity that surrounds us
    • Move The Conversation Forward: learn to break free from the negative thought cycle and communicate positivity and confidence
    • Exercise Your Gratitude Muscle: learn to practice thankfulness to build a positive outlook
    • Give To Be Rich: learn how generosity of self can combat feelings of inadequacy
    • Prepare Your Self: learn how to fully commit yourself to your goals and be ready for anything
    • Balance Your Confidence: learn to temper your self-confidence by trusting in others and believing in something greater than yourself
    • Promise Made, Promise Kept: learn the value of integrity by being accountable for your promises

    As you accompany Tim through his growing pains and successes, you′ll learn and feel your way through building the confidence you need turn your life around and truly be Rich.
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    Saving the World at Work: What Companies and Individuals Can Do to Go Beyond Making a Profit to Making a Difference

    Even the actions of a single person can help to change the world. How? Through simple acts of leadership and compassion. Open up this book, and discover the true stories of people whose actions have caused a chain reaction at work and in their communities.A “responsibility revolution” is shaking up corporate America.

    In this provocative and insightful book, bestselling author Tim Sanders reveals why companies must to go beyond making a profit and start making a difference. Every one of us, regardless of title or position, can inspire our companies to change the way they do business, helping them to become a positive force for enriching people, communities, and the environment. When this happens, not only do we help save the world, we help save our companies from becoming irrelevant.

    We also become part of what Sanders calls the Responsibility Revolution. Companies that don’t participate in this revolution risk becoming obsolete. Today customers, employees, and investors are demanding that companies focus on their social responsibilities—not just their bottom lines. Sixty-five percent of American consumers say they would change to brands associated with a good cause if price and quality were equal; 66 percent of recent college graduates will not work for companies with poor social values. And more than sixty million people are willing to pay a premium for socially and environmentally responsible products.

    In SAVING THE WORLD AT WORK, Tim Sanders offers concrete suggestions on how all of us can help our companies join the Responsibility Revolution. Drawing on extensive interviews with hundreds of employees and CEOs, and illuminated by countless stories of people who are making a difference in the workplace and in the world, Sanders offers practical advice every individual and company can use to make the world a better place--now and in the future.

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    The Like Ability Factor

    Sanders′s message in this follow-up to his bestselling Love Is the Killer App isn′t exactly a revelation: people who are well liked are more apt to get what they want out of life than those who are disliked. However, Sanders does offer a valuable look at the four personality traits he says contribute to a person′s likeability—namely, friendliness, relevance (do you connect on interests or needs?), empathy and "realness" (genuineness or authenticity). Sanders, a Yahoo! leadership coach, is able to deconstruct complex subjects such as personality traits, and the book′s value is in guiding readers toward understanding that likeability isn′t an accident of birth but a skill that can be learned (exercises are included). No doubt every reader knows someone they′d like to give this book to, and perhaps people who suspect their own L-factor is low will find their way to it, too.

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Relationship Power! How To Win Business & Influence People
Building business relationships is not a matter of playing golf, the gift of gab or being a rubber stamp on others’ ideas. There is an art and a science to being a relationship master at work. Studies show that it can boost your sales by 40%, drive your talent’s productivity by 25% and cut regrettable turnover in half.

In this program Tim reveals winning ways to create and maintain real connections inside & outside your company. This program is based on his global best seller, Love Is the Killer App: How To Win Business & Influence Friends.

Key Takeaways Include:

  • How relationships are bonded or broken in business, based on the Norm Of Reciprocity research.
  • How to be an effective mentor by following the knowledge gap lifecycle.
  • How to repair a damaged relationship or a mismanaged expectation.
  • Five email etiquette rules that will protect relationships and prevent burn out in your troops. Based on the largest study to date on email habits at work.
  • A weekly plan to leverage networking to drive business results. Follow it and you’ll double your network strength in less than one year.

Topics: Growing Your Business / Customer Experience Management (CEM) / Growing Your People / Teamwork/Team Building / Sales Growth / Innovation / Management / Sales Leadership / Inspirational/Motivational / Attitude

The Business Power Of Confident Thinking
Sure, we have business confidence at the top of a market or if we are leading the change. But what’s our plan to seize the moment when the playing field changes … or recedes? Our competition is hit just as hard as we are, and now it’s a race to see who gets their Mojo back first. History proves that business confidence is rocket fuel for a company. It cracks the code, closes the deal and moves people to action.

It’s not enough to ‘think positive’ though – sustainable confidence comes from lifestyle and leadership design. This program is based on Sanders’ experience through three recessions, the dotcom boom and the quality movement.

Key Takeaways Include:

  • A Fail-Study on Tim’s days at Yahoo including: Why they lost their Mojo, got passed by Google and what every company can learn from the experience.
  • How to create a mind-diet that gives you unbreakable confidence, starting with your morning routine. Based on modern brain science research in business.
  • Case study on how executives can confront the ‘Chicken Littles’ at work and shift the conversation from crisis to solution. Build a culture of courage by leading the conversation.
  • How to face the worst case scenario to unleash innovation and calm in your group.
  • A winning technique for injecting new-hire gratitude into yourself and your most jaded talent.
Topics: Growing Your Business / Leadership / Organizational Development / Growing Your People / Employee Engagement / Performance Improvement / Talent Management / Sales Growth / Innovation / Management / Sales Leadership

Emotional Talent: The Final Leadership Frontier
Many leaders rise to their position through their technical skills from operations to finance to product. But they will never make the leap from good to great until they develop what Tim Sanders calls Emotional Talent. This is the ability to manage their internal emotions, sense those in their people and connect with them at that level.

This program, which was the basis for a PBS Special, offers ways any leader can cultivate this talent, and spot it in others. It’s based on 500,000 pages of original research.

Key Takeaways Include:

  • Why the mood state can have a 1000% impact on a company’s innovation effectiveness. Based on case studies inside companies like Motorola & Google, Sanders explains why most business is really ‘chemical warfare.’
  • Why your company’s emotional value proposition is key to attracting and retaining top talent. How to integrate employee experience design into leadership.
  • Surprising research, revealing authenticity as a key emotional-talent attribute. How to “Keep It Real” in a world of false promises, distracted bosses and truth-stretchers.
  • How to decode people’s emotions with 90% accuracy. Reading people is a technique that IBM Data sales execs, CIA agents and champion poker players learn and hone. Sanders will reveal the 7 Faces of Emotion, which can make you the smartest leader in the room.
  • Master the “Art of Deep Listening” with your talent and your customers. How to borrow from the best interviewers in the world to uncover strategic insights in the field or around the office. How to develop a more empathetic culture, leading to a customer-centric approach to selling and delivering.


Tim Sanders Speaking Demo / Speech Clips


“A positive state worker is more engaged, they bring their creativity to work, they have different chemical flow…” says Tim Sanders, laying out his vision for an emotionally connected workforce. “They believe in 'intrepreneurship' not entrepreneurship, and the customer feels beloved.”

Tim Sanders Speech



Building Better Business Relationships with Tim Sanders

By Tim Sanders

Tim Sanders, a former Yahoo! executive, uses his experience and business expertise, to help some of the biggest brands in the world as a corporate consultant. From Leadership Consulting to Strategic Marketing Consulting, Tim has helped clients explore new opportunities and develop new innovations to drive growth and maximize revenue. SPEAKING.COM: Can you give us ... more

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