World's Top 30 Time Management Professionals for 2017

Guru #1

Timothy Ferriss

Tim Ferriss has been listed as one of Fast Company‘s “Most Innovative Business People” and one of Fortune‘s “40 under 40.” He is an early-stage technology investor/advisor (Uber, Facebook, Shopify, Duolingo, Alibaba, and 50+ others) and the author of four #1 New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestsellers, including The 4-Hour Workweek and his latest, Tools of Titans: The Tactics, Routines, and Habits of Billionaires, Icons, and World-Class Performers. The Observer and other media have called Tim “the Oprah of audio” due to the influence of The Tim Ferriss Show podcast, which is the first business/interview podcast to exceed 200 million downloads.

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Guru #2

Brian Tracy

Brian Tracy is Chairman and CEO of Brian Tracy International, a company specializing in the training and development of individuals and organizations. Brian’s goal is to help you achieve your personal and business goals faster and easier than you ever imagined. Brian Tracy has consulted for more than 1,000 companies and addressed more than 5,000,000 people in 5,000 talks and seminars throughout the US, Canada and 70 other countries worldwide. As a Keynote speaker and seminar leader, he addresses more than 250,000 people each year. He has studied, researched, written and spoken for 30 years in the fields of economics, history, business, philosophy and psychology. He is the top selling author of over 70 books that have been translated into dozens of languages. He has written and produced more than 300 audio and video learning programs, including the worldwide, best-selling Psychology of Achievement, which has been translated into more than 28 languages.

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Guru #3

David Allen

David Allen, inventor of the GTD methodology, is widely recognized as the world’s leading expert on personal and organizational productivity. David Allen is the author of the bestseller Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity.

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Guru #4

Michael Hyatt

Michael Hyatt is a virtual mentor who has written numerous articles and books, and been featured in Businessweek, Fast Company, Forbes, Inc., The New York Times, Success and The Wall Street Journal, to name a few. His big piece of advice? Don’t focus on a negative. When you set your goals and clarify the life changes you want to make, focus on who you do want to be and what you do want to achieve, because your goals are, ideally, where your attention will be focused. For example, if you want to stop smoking because you can’t get fit and stay healthy and your goal is to quit smoking, all you think about and focus on is smoking—and that’s dangerous for your ability to succeed. Instead, you need to frame this in a different way and make it about what you do want. For example: “I want to be healthy enough to run in the half marathon for work in spring.” For this to happen, quitting smoking is a critical first piece of the puzzle, but it’s not your focal point. Being who you want to be is. This also focuses your attention not on the past, but on the present and immediate future. In this way you don’t spend all your time obsessing on who you used to be, or where you’ve been. Hyatt sees this as the secret to succeeding, and, judging from his social following, millions agree.

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Guru #5

Rory Vaden

Rory Vaden authored the best-selling book Take the Stairs, co-founded Southwestern Consulting, a data-driven sales growth consulting practice, and founded The Center for the Study of Self-Discipline (CSSD). He consults with businesses like Novartis, P&G and True Value on the psychology of procrastination, and has been featured by CNN, Fast Company, Fortune, Fox News, Inc., The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal. He is a regular contributor for American Express Open Forum, The Huffington Post and The Tennessean, and he hosts The Rory Vaden Show. Rory Vaden’s productivity hack is to transform your procrastination until it is intentional. The idea is to think differently about choosing and prioritizing your tasks, because by putting more thought into if, when and how things ought to be done, you change your perspective on both time and productivity. By seeing what does and doesn’t need to be completed right this minute frees you up to make choices, including the choice to “procrastinate” and put if off on purpose. If you can take ownership of your time and the tasks you choose, you are in charge of your life, charting and navigating a course, rather than being moved about by the current.

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Guru #6

Chris Bailey

At 28 years old, Chris Bailey is the author of The Productivity Project, a best-seller which has been published in more than 60 countries. In the book Bailey describes in detail an entire year of experimenting with different productivity strategies; in a way, he’s tried them all so his readers don’t have to. The best productivity hack we love from Bailey is this: it’s only a hack if it works for you. He discovered during an experiment in which he woke up every day at 5:30 am—long a cherished productivity tip—that he hated waking up early and wasn’t improving his productivity. In fact, as a natural night owl, he was losing productivity! He found himself being forced to stop working and get ready for bed right during the time of night when his creativity, focus and energy were peaking. The bottom line from Bailey is this: one-size-fits-all productivity advice isn’t always such great advice. Choose habits based on how well they work for you.

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Guru #7

Peter Bregman

Peter Bregman is the CEO of Bregman Partners, Inc., a company that strengthens leadership in people and in organizations. He is the host of the Bregman Leadership Podcast, short conversations with thought leaders focused on ideas that people can use to become more powerful and courageous leaders. He is the author of Four Seconds: All the Time You Need to Replace Counter-Productive Habits with Ones That Really Work, a New York Post top pick for your career in 2015. His previous book was the Wall Street Journal bestseller 18 Minutes: Find Your Focus, Master Distraction, and Get the Right Things Done, winner of the Gold medal from the Axiom Business Book awards, named the best business book of the year on NPR, and selected by Publisher’s Weekly and the New York Post as a top 10 business book. He is also the author of Point B: A Short Guide to Leading a Big Change and contributor to five other books. Featured on PBS, ABC and CNN, Peter is a regular contributor to Harvard Business Review, Psychology Today, and Forbes, and his articles and commentary have appeared frequently in Bloomberg BusinessWeek, Fast Company, The Financial Times, CNN, NPR, and FOX Business News

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Guru #8

Elizabeth Grace Saunders

Elizabeth Grace Saunders is the founder and CEO of Real Life E®, Elizabeth Saundersa time coaching and training company that empowers individuals to achieve more success with less stress. She has worked with coaching and training clients on six continents, and is the author of The 3 Secrets to Effective Time Investment published by McGraw Hill and How to Invest Your Time Like Money published by Harvard Business Review. Elizabeth is a contributor to Lifehacker, Harvard Business Review, Forbes, and 99U and has appeared on ABC, CBS, and FOX Business. She also has spoken to thousands of individuals, including speaking after Steve Forbes at a business retreat. Stiletto Woman named Elizabeth one of the “Top 25 Amazing Women of the Year.” Prior to founding her own business in 2005, Elizabeth worked for Meredith Corporation, the publisher of magazines such as Better Homes and Gardens and Ladies Home Journal, VNU Business Media, and Abbott Laboratories. Elizabeth graduated summa cum laude from Drake University. When she’s not helping people be less stressed, Elizabeth loves traveling, spending time with friends and family, and playing soccer!

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Guru #9

Julie Morgenstern

Julie Morgenstern is an internationally renowned organizing and time management expert, New York Times best-selling author, consultant and speaker. With work spanning the distance between individuals and work forces, the “Inside Out” philosophy that is now synonymous with her name results in customized solutions that are innovative, practical and ensure long-term success. For over 25 years, Julie and her staff have transformed the way individuals and companies function around the globe, including American Express, Hearst, HARPO, Deloitte, Microsoft, FedEx, GlaxoSmithKline, the NBC-Newsroom, the NYC Mayor’s Office, Sony Music, State Farm Insurance and Viacom/MTV.

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Guru #10

Kevin Kruse

Kevin Kruse is a New York Times BESTSELLING AUTHOR, and entrepreneur who has used a relentless focus on Wholehearted Leadership, employee engagement and Extreme Productivity to build and sell several, multimillion dollar technology companies, winning both Inc 500 and Best Place to Work awards along the way. Kevin is also the author of several books including Employee Engagement 2.0, 15 Secrets Successful People Know About Time Management, Employee Engagement for Everyone, Text Me! Snap Me! Ask Me Anything! and the NY Times, Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestseller, We: How to Increase Performance and Profits Through Full Engagement, which was named one of the top leadership books in 2011 by 800-CEO-Read. Kevin writes regularly as a contributor for Forbes.com and Huffington Post, and has published over 100 articles for various publications on topics related to leadership, engagement and entrepreneurship. He delivers keynotes to audiences around the world.

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Guru #11

Stever Robbins

Stever Robbins is an executive coach who helps people Live an Extraordinary Life. His work combines business savvy, “life hacking,” and personal development to help people achieve extraordinary results. He is a serial entrepreneur, executive coach, and executive curriculum designer. He co-founded the early internet success story FTP Software, served as COO of Building Blocks Interactive, CEO of JobTacToe.com, and has been an initial team member of ten start-ups, including four IPOs and three acquisitions. He was project manager at Intuit, where he co-led the development of the award-winning Quicken VISA Card. He serves as business plan judge for the Harvard Business School business plan competition, the Pete Conrad Spirit of Innovation Awards, the William James Foundation social enterprise competition, and the Mass Challenge entrepreneurship competition.

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Guru #12

Lee Cockerell

Lee Cockerell is the former Executive Vice President of Operations for the Walt Disney World® Resort. “As the Senior Operating Executive for ten years Lee led a team of 40,000 Cast Members and was responsible for the operations of 20 resort hotels, 4 theme parks, 2 water parks, a shopping & entertainment village and the ESPN sports and recreation complex in addition to the ancillary operations which supported the number one vacation destination in the world.”

One of Lee’s major and lasting legacies was the creation of Disney Great Leader Strategies which was used to train and develop the 7000 leaders at Walt Disney World. Lee has held various executive positions in the hospitality and entertainment business with Hilton Hotels for 8 years and the Marriott Corporation for 17 years before joining Disney in 1990 to open the Disneyland Paris project

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Guru #13

Daniel Gold

Daniel Gold is a productivity consultant and keynote speaker who helps companies & individuals leverage new technology to be more efficient. He is also an author of several eBooks on personal productivity. Consulted with C-Level professionals on how to enhance their productivity both at work and at home. Ran two different top 5 productivity podcasts on iTunes. He speaks across the country on emerging issues related to litigation professionals. In addition, He writes a blog on both legal issues and productivity on several websites, and write white papers on a myriad of pressing issues faced by legal professionals.

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Guru #14

Erik Fisher

Erik Fisher is an author and the host of the Beyond The To Do List podcast, which gives voice to productivity experts from all over. As such he has become an expert in his own right, writing, speaking and coaching lifehacking, productivity, creativity and work/life balance. He is also the author of the Ready, Aim Fire! series. Of course you can listen to Erik Fisher’s podcast to hear what some of the biggest names in productivity are doing and thinking—and in fact, that’s reason enough to follow him. Let Fisher do the work of finding out who’s important to listen to, and then just listen to what that person says on his show! You can also get specific advice from Fisher on productivity apps in several podcasts with detailed descriptions of why they’re useful and examples of what you’d use them for.

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Guru #15

Damon Zahariades

Productivity expert Damon Zahariades is owner of ArtOfProductivity.com, a site devoted to showing you how to hack your day to get more things done. He wasn’t always productive. Damon spent many years in Corporate America, dragging himself to ridiculous meetings and enduring the impromptu “drive-by” visits of his coworkers, before striking out on his own. Today, he owns his own content marketing agency and creates action guides that show others how to boost their productivity.

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Guru #16

Marydee Sklar

Marydee Sklar, Time Management Educator, Author, Speaker, Consultant and Entrepreneur. As an educator, Marydee Sklar has helped families and individuals overcome struggles with time management for over 20 years. She teaches workshops on executive functions for professional and school communities, and can be booked to speak at events. She is the creator of the Seeing My Time® Course, and is the Amazon best-selling author of Seeing My Time™ books and 50 Tips to Help Students Succeed. She lives in Portland, OR, with her husband.

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Guru #17

Allyson Lewis

Allyson Lewis is an internationally acclaimed time management expert. She is a writer, speaker, trainer, and executive coach. She is the author of five books. Allyson’s mission is to help people across the world improve their business and personal development skills including: time management, goal setting, communication, and reconnecting with their priorities and purpose. She teaches busy people how to be efficient and happier. She is dedicated to delivering life-changing ideas, books, planners, tools, worksheets, checklists, and training to help people improve their time management and increase their daily productivity. Are you tired of being overwhelmed? Do you feel like a caged hamster running on a wheel and going nowhere? Allyson will help you beat procrastination, get rid of the clutter, create challenging goals, improve your project management, and give you more time to be happy. Allyson worked as a financial advisor for thirty years. Over that time, she built an incredibly successful financial advisory practice with the finest financial services companies in the world. In 2002, she became the senior financial advisor of a group of brilliant and talented team members. Allyson says, “When you bring together the love of life, the passion to help people, and a determined work ethic, you can will find success and meaning.”

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Guru #18

Francis Wade

Francis began Framework Consulting Inc., after leaving AT&T Bell Labs’ internal consulting unit in 1993. He did so with a twin commitment to bring the best management techniques back to the Caribbean and to participate in solving issues that impact the performance and well-being of people who work in companies throughout the world. Today, he’s still pursuing that dream–with a slight upgrade. Now he lives in Jamaica, after 21 years in the USA, and spends most of his time working directly with Caribbean companies. While he’s worked with clients in Europe, North America and Latin America, he enjoys the challenge of bringing life and possibility to the Caribbean workplace, in spite of the tragic history that brought most of its inhabitants to the region.

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Guru #19

Michael Sliwinski

Michael Sliwinski is the founder of Nozbe – a tool that helps busy professionals and their teams manage time, tasks and projects – available as a web app as well as native apps for Mac, Windows, Linux, Android, iPad, and iPhone. He also posts about gadgets he uses, books he read and other things he found interesting that don’t fall into the above categories but help him achieve his goal of a passionate and successful life.

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Guru #20

Mike Vardy

Mike Vardy is a writer, speaker, productivity strategist, and founder of Productivityist. He has served as the Managing Editor at Lifehack, and contributed articles on productivity to 99u, Lifehacker, The Next Web, SUCCESS Magazine, and The Huffington Post. He is the author of The Front Nine: How To Start The Year You Want Anytime You Want (published by Diversion Books), The Productivityist Workbook, The Night Owl Action Plan, and the creator of The NOW Year™. Mike has delivered talks on the topic of task and time management at events like New Media Expo, Social Media Camp, TEDx Victoria, and delivered a three-day online workshop for the popular online education platform creativeLIVE. He has appeared on HuffPost Live along with other popular podcasts, co-hosted the long-running 5by5 podcast Mikes on Mics/Workflowing, and hosts the productivity and workflow podcast The Productivityist Podcast. Mike lives in Victoria, BC, Canada with his amazing and supportive wife, daughter, and son.

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Guru #21

Peggy Duncan

Peggy Duncan helps people who are overworked and under-family’ed and want to go home at a reasonable time and not have to stay up half the night to catch up. She’s a personal productivity expert, speaker/trainer, coach, and consultant who helps her clients develop faster, smarter ways to get things done. She was formally trained at IBM and was recognized by the chairman for automating and streamlining processes that saved the company close to a million dollars a year. She travels internationally as a conference speaker, and helps audiences spend less time working but get more done.

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Guru #22

Craig Jarrow

Craig Jarrow is the author of Time Management Ninja. He writes about time management, productivity, and goal setting. He also shares new technology and tools that he is testing. His time management philosophy is about learning proper skills, habits, and tools that empower people to take control of their professional and personal lives. He believes in the simplest answer to bring about the most effective result. Not tricks that no one can implement, nor solutions that are too complex to be sustainable. His goal is to provide tips, techniques, and tools to help you get more done with minimal effort. If you like mastery of your time, technology tools, and actionable answers, then TMN is for you

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Guru #23

Leslie Josel

Leslie Josel is the creator of the Academic Planner: A Tool For Time Management®. The planner, awarded glowing reviews by many media outlets including Family Circle and ADDitude magazines, is a 2016 Family Choice Award recipient honoring the best products for children and families. Leslie is known as a respected resource on ADHD and Executive Functioning in students and has been featured in national broadcast and print media on these subjects. She also speaks and conducts workshops internationally to parent and educator groups on a variety of topics facing students today. Leslie is the co-author of the award winning, “The Complete Diabetes Organizer: Your Guide to a Less Stressful and More Manageable Diabetes Life”. Her second book, “What’s the Deal with Teens and Time Management: A Parent’s Guide to Helping Your Teen Succeed,” was published by People Tested Media in 2015. Known nationally as an expert on chronic disorganization and hoarding issues, Leslie has appeared on many episodes of TLC’s hit television show, “Hoarding: Buried Alive”, the Cooking Channel’s television special, “Stuffed: Food Hoarders”, “dLife-TV” and the Hallmark Channel’s “The Better Show” as their organizing expert. She is frequently quoted in mainstream news media such as Good Housekeeping, Better Homes and Gardens, New York’s Daily News, and many other print media.

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Guru #24

Frank Buck

Frank Buck helps busy professionals achieve their goals through organization and time management. He is a veteran school administrator, speaker, author of three books, weekly newspaper column writer, blogger, and life-long learner. Most of all, he has shown countless professionals an easier way to navigate life. Through his workshops, Dr. Buck shares these secrets with leaders all across the United States and internationally. Attendees love the blend of content and humor. They especially love how practical and easy it can be to get organized. Dr. Buck’s newest book, the 2nd edition of Get Organized!: Time Management for School Leaders presents a total system which is applicable to leaders from all walks of life.

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Guru #25

Laura Stack

Laura Stack, also known as the Productivity Pro, is an MBA with expertise in organizational behavior, the author of seven best-sellers, a featured columnist on LinkedIn and in the American Business Journal, The Huffington Post, and Productive, Salesforce and Time Management magazines, and is a noted national authority featured by Bloomberg, the CBS Early Show, CNN, Entrepreneur, Forbes, NPR, The New York Times, USA Today and The Wall Street Journal. Stack’s advice is to plan for downtime so you don’t end up wasting any of it. Especially if you’re juggling work travel, your home life, networking and your regular professional duties, the ability to really make the best use of what’s normally downtime can feel incredibly liberating. The reverse is also true; if you’re terribly busy, wasted time commuting or doing other menial tasks can be doubly draining. Instead, make the most of your time by creating a stretch of downtime you know you’ll have—and even unexpected stretches, too. Do this by examining your schedule, reading between the lines to see downtime when it’s likely to be there, and planning ahead so you’ll be able to complete the most reasonable kinds of tasks during each “downtime” period, whether you’re commuting, waiting for a flight, actually flying on the plane or just sitting back at your hotel room after a day of work out of town. Stack writes for the Salesforce blog, “It may be easiest to write a report in your room, with Wi-Fi and a stable work desk, while the concourse may work better for responding to email on your iPhone.”

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Guru #26

Stephan Aarstol

Stephan Aarstol is the author of The Five-Hour Workday: Live Differently, Unlock Productivity, and Find Happiness. He is also the founder and CEO of Tower, a holistic beach-lifestyle business, which encompasses SunglassesByTower.com, Tower Magazine, Tower Paddle Boards, and TowerMade.com, a direct-to-consumer beach-and surf-lifestyle company. Aarstol’s main idea centers around limiting the workday to only five hours while extracting the same—or more—productivity from it. He offers tips that help you do just that, and one of them is borrowed from Tim Ferriss: the Pareto Principle, which states that 80% of productive results come from 20% of your efforts. This means you should identify which 20% gives you those results and eliminate the excess. Swap out the “always available” mindset for a production mindset, and use technologies to improve your efficiency. In the end you might have to break 25 hours of work per week here and there, but watching your mindset and productivity can help you get to working less and achieving even more.

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Guru #27

Helene Segura

Helene Segura, known as The Inefficiency Assassin™. A productivity expert and Amazon best-selling author, Segura consults with professionals about how to eliminate inefficiency at work in order to decrease stress levels, reduce absenteeism and turnover, and improve morale. Segura has served as a productivity expert for more than 100 interviews and been featured by Money Magazine, Woman’s Day Magazine, and ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC affiliates. Segura offers this piece of advice to INC., grounded in behavioral modification research: avoid “reminder dismiss syndrome.” This happens when the reminders you’ve set for one task “pop up” and notify you when you’re in the middle of something else, prompting you to dismiss them before you’ve actually finished the task. In the end, those unfinished tasks become new fires to put out, and the whole situation can snowball out of control. Instead, each time you set a reminder about completing a task, also schedule a time for it on your calendar.

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Guru #28

Nicole Bandes

Nicole Bandes is intensely committed to guiding entrepreneurs and small business owners to find and OWN THE ZONE so they can overcome overwhelm and have more time for what matters most. Nicole’s interest in productivity and time management began as an over-achieving high school honor student, where she constantly found herself needing to balance a full schedule. Nicole continued to juggle the many aspects of her own business and family life before putting her degree in Psychology and extensive background in personal development to work to uncover why typical time management ideas were failing. Fortunately, she had discovered the secret and was able to begin teaching her system to others while living a healthy, “balanced” life before tragedy struck.

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Guru #29

Tara Rodden Robinson

Tara Rodden Robinson, Ph.D., is an author, coach, and educator. In 2005, Robinson embarked on a journey of personal exploration that led her to become a professional coach. Now known as The Productivity Maven, Tara works with professionals who seek greater productivity in their work lives. She earned her credential as an Associate Certified Coach from the International Coach Federation (ICF), the world’s largest professional coaches association, in 2009. A prolific writer, Robinson’s blog (www.tararobinson.com) features hundreds of posts posts on topics ranging from improving your productivity to spirituality, mindfulness, and meditation. Robinson hosts a popular bi-monthly podcast on productivity, the GTD Virtual Study Group (www.gtd-vsg.blogspot.com) which attracts participants from all over the globe into conversations about David Allen’s popular method for productivity. Tara lives in Corvallis, Oregon where she hikes the hills with her husband and their two dogs. A passionate believer in the power of a cause, Tara raises funds for the fight against breast cancer. She walks in the The Breast Cancer 3-Day Benefiting Susan G Komen for The Cure covering sixty miles in 3 days to raise money for this important cause. When not out walking, Tara enjoys reading, making visionboard collages, and watching old reruns of Match Game.

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Guru #30

Dave Kahle

Dave Kahle is one of the world’s leading sales authorities. He’s the author of 12 books, including 11 Secrets of Time Management for Salespeople, and How to Sell Anything to Anyone Anytime. He writes a weekly Ezine for salespeople; and has presented in 47 states and eleven countries. As a salesperson, he was the number one salesperson in the country for two different companies in two totally distinct industries. For over 25 years, he’s been President of Kahle Way(r) Sales Systems, a sales training/consulting company. In that capacity, he’s trained tens of thousands of salespeople and sales managers.

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