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Interviews

Daniel Priestley – Become A Key Person Of Influence

Here’s a special interview I did with Daniel Priestley when he was in Australia from the UK. Daniel is the author of the best selling book “Become A Key Person Of Influence” and he takes a couple of moments to share with us his top tips to becoming a successful entrepreneur and key person of influence in your industry. He also shares what he believes prevents someone from being brilliant now.

To find out more about how to become a Key Person Of Influence go to: http://www.keypersonofinfluence.com.au/
and to read more about Daniel Priestley check out his blog: http://danielpriestley.wordpress.com/

Eric Bailey – Eric Bailey Global

I caught up with Eric Bailey at a recent conference — he is a dynamic presenter with a simple and powerful message to help you play your best game. Eric Bailey’s guiding principle can be summed up in a single word — vision. Whether creating a successful business or the life of your dreams, the outcome you truly desire is not something that happens magically. You need a clear picture of what it is and what it looks like. Eric has helped over 1.5 million people craft visions for themselves and their organizations and manifest these into reality!

You can read more about Eric at his website: http://www.ericbaileyglobal.com/


Justin Herald – Major Motivation

I had the pleasure of reconnecting with Justin Herald at a conference this week. We first met when I was still producing Who Wants To Be A Millionaire. He is a gun in business and being able to see the loop holes that hold you back from having the Attitude you need to be brilliant now. He is an Aussie success story now speaking around the world and running 18 businesses! At the age of 25 with only $50 to his name, Justin set about changing the course of his life. Justin created Attitude Inc, a clothing brand that became an international licensing success that turned over in excess of $20 million per year. He shares a quick tip for being brilliant now: “Have a crack!”

You can read more about Justin at his website: http://www.justinherald.com/