Bob Burg is an author and speaker. He provided a teleseminar called “How to Become a Go-Giver” as a guest lecturer at Solo Practice University®.
Bob Burg shares information on topics vital to the success of today’s business person. He speaks for corporations and associations internationally, including Fortune 500 companies, franchises, financial services and direct sales organizations.
From Zig Ziglar to Robert Kiyosaki; from Brian Tracy to Dr. Stephen Covey, from CNN’s Larry King to the late former U.S. President Gerald Ford, Bob has shared the platform with some of speaking’s biggest legends, celebrities and business leaders.
He is perhaps best-known for his book “Endless Referrals: Network Your Everyday Contacts Into Sales”.
His newest book (coauthored with John David Mann), is entitled, The Go-Giver. A business parable that both touches hearts and builds profitable businesses. It shot to #6 on the Wall Street Journal Business Bestsellers list just three weeks after its release and most recently hit #9 on BusinessWeek.
Bob is a staunch advocate, supporter and defender of the Free Enterprise system, believing that the amount of money one makes is directly proportional to how many people they serve. A lover and advocate of animals, he just finished serving two years on the Board of Directors of Safe Harbor – the Humane Society of Jupiter, Florida.
Visit his website for more information.
Guest Lecture Summary. You’ll learn:
- The Law of Value
- The Law of Compensation
- The Law of Influence
- The Law of Authenticity
- The Law of Receptivity
Many of those who participated in Bob’s previous guest lecture here at SPU discussing ‘Endless Referrals’ implemented his teaching immediately and saw results. These skills transcend professions. It’s simply a way of living and doing business.
This guest lecture is about 64 minutes. Listen directly below.
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