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I create strategies for go to market, leadership, sales and marketing that help you reach peak performance. For over 25 years, I've worked with investors, board members and executives to fuel bottom line profitability. I also coach individuals and teams to achieve peak performance through the powerful applications of modern psychology. With over 300 clients in my portfolio, I bring a depth and breadth of expertise that my clients say is rare... and powerful. How can I help you achieve peak performance?

Why You Fail

By Rebel Brown

We all fail. The first time we tried to stand up, take a step or hit our mouth with that spoonful of applesauce, we failed. We tried again. And again. Sooner or later, we succeeded. We moved on to try the next new thing. And failed again. Until we figured it out.  If we didn’t try, we’d […]

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Why Your Customers Walk Away

By Rebel Brown

We all have beliefs about why our customers walk away. Some of the most popular? The competition beat us on price. They gave it away to get the business. We didn’t have that nifty cool feature the competition has. If only we had that feature, we could have kept that customer. Our product had a problem […]

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Enough With Blaming Others for Your Shit

By Rebel Brown

I’m done. I know a lot of you are too. I’m sick and tired of people deciding to blame others for their own stupid shit. You don’t do your job? It’s not my fault. You don’t keep your commitments and all hell breaks loose?  Not my fault either. You act like an idiot and say […]

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3 Ways to Get Personal with Marketing

By Rebel Brown

We all know that today’s digitally empowered buyers are in control of the sales cycle.  Which is why it’s so important to have conversations that are personal and engaging. That’s how you begin to create a long term relationship.  By talking about what’s interesting to the buyer.  How Personal is Your Marketing? Personas and profiles are […]

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Popularity is Not In Your Job Description

By Rebel Brown

Popularity does not make for great leadership. In fact, popularity seeking leaders are notorious for not making the tough calls. The very calls that every business needs to be successful. Great Leaders Don’t Seek Popularity Great leaders attract respect. Being popular is not the same as being respected. When leaders focus on being liked, that need for popularity gets in the […]

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