Kalynn Amadio’s Top 5 Professional Motivators For Success
Our most recent “Smashing the Plateau” episode featured Baby Boomer digital marketing guru Kalynn Amadio. Her ideas on bringing the vast world of online back to simple one-on-one chats are total winners. (If you missed Kalynn, go back and listen here.)
But Kalynn has been lucky enough to get a helping hand along the way. She’s shared a handful of those mentors and motivators with us today.
1. Jack Canfield
I love Jack Canfield for a lot of reasons, and The Success Principles is a huge one. This is a praiseworthy book if ever I’ve read one. The points he makes about “inverse paranoids” and other counter-intuitive ideas, along with some familiar ones, are what make this book a revelation and a comfort.
2. Brendon Burchard
Brendon’s Expert Academy is a service I think every aspiring entrepreneur should check out. Everyone has dreams of striking it rich or making a difference, but without the tools and know-how to take you there, all you have is an idea. Brendon helps you build something out of that idea and actually make a difference.
3. Frank Kern
In my opinion, Frank is the best copywriter in the world. And no, I’m not exaggerating. He’s also a king of digital marketing. He travels all over the world helping people gain visibility and learn to be honest with themselves.
4. Suzanne Evans
While other business coaches are offering reassuring words of comfort, Suzanne is busy taking the no-nonsense approach and just getting things done. I admire her clear, direct, no-bones-about-it attitude. I think turning conventional wisdom on its head is always something we should strive for – especially in today’s day and age.
5. Steve Harrison
Quantum Leap, a program Steve runs with his brother Bill, helps authors, speakers, and experts showcase their talents at the next level. In my eyes, he’s a publicity guru. Today’s world demands speed and commitment, and Steve helps you figure out a way to deliver both for your personal and professional brands.