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Brad Pierce is lives life to the fullest and enjoys every second of the ride. His real world experiences have shaped his life with countless stories filled with life lessons. Brad loves to share his knowledge with audiences and does so in a very meaningful, engaging and personal way. He's not a guy who's going to talk about what other people or companies have accomplished, all of his content is 100% authentic, real-world, from his very own experiences. Brad is down to earth, intelligent, quick on his feet with interactive Q&A sessions (which he loves) and is known for moving audiences emotionally. He takes great pride in inspiring others to reach higher levels in their life, family and business.



Creating and Leveraging Your Personal Brand


Trademarks of a Successful Volunteer Board Member


Crisis Management
I've Lived Through It And So Can You


Life Inside a Family Business
Making It Work


In a day and age of social media connecting individuals to thousands of others, it's more important now than ever to build and leverage a personal brand. Your personal brand is composed of many elements that go way beyond a job title. Your reputation, how you carry yourself, ways in which you interact with others, trademarks of your personal brand are present in everything you do. Brad has built a positive larger-than life image on a worldwide scale by incorporating a series of small, everyday, easy-to-replicate elements. Audience members will leave invigorated to build their own personal brand with a toolbox of knowledge as to how to how to accomplish the task.


Brad has spent the past two decades serving on volunteer boards and can speak first hand to the good, the bad and the ugly. This speech explores the hallmarks of a successful volunteer board including operations, engagement, recruitment and retention. It also briefly touches on toxic elements that can destroy a board and make it lack productivity. If you're an organization with a volunteer board who wants to take your organization and productivity to the next level, Brad's speech will give real-world examples and tools to lead the way.



Crashing an airplane. Workplace shooting in the vicinity, multiple fatalities. Major hurricanes, severe damage. Airborne explosion. Life saving Angel Flights. Brad has lived through more than his fair share of real-world crises. In every incidence, the crisis has brought out the very best in him, assessing the situation, evaluating the response quickly and executing the plan immediately while staying calm. Crisis can happen to anyone, anywhere - your preparation and critical thinking skills can help you to experience a successful outcome. Brad's speech is positive (no fear-mongering), engaging, thought-provoking and will give audience members more confidence to think and act clearly if crisis strikes.


There's perhaps no greater challenge in a career than working in a family business. Brad is second generation in his business (third generation in an industry). He knows first-hand the trials and tribulations of working with family members. One minute you're having a disagreement at the office, the next you're at a family birthday party needing to separate the two worlds. Brad's business has successfully gone through a succession which presented severe challenges, yet were overcome so the family and business continue in harmony. He'll share his real-world experience and straight-up advice for not only surviving in a family business, but thriving and enjoying the experience.



       



Arnold Palmer (Golf)

Rich Karlgaard (Forbes Magazine Publisher)

Speaking in Desert Ridge, Arizona

Speaking in Desert Ridge, Arizona

Tom Dickson (Will It Blend)

Chris Kirkpatrick (NSYNC Band)

Craig Robinson (The Office)

Mike Goulian (Red Bull Air Racing), Dierks Bentley (Music), Ken Griffey Jr. (Baseball)

Florida Governor Rick Scott

Mike Goulian (Red Bull Air Racing), Dierks Bentley (Music), Ken Griffey Jr. (Baseball), Rick Carlisle (Dallas Mavs), Dale Klapmeier (Cirrus CEO)


Brad has a variety of business ventures and personal interests and is involved in the following activities: E-Commerce, restaurant equipment and supplies, computer programming, web development, aviation, corporate private investigations, patent development, magazine column writing, and public speaking appearances. He lives in Orlando and is an avid pilot who spends hundreds of hours a year in the cockpit. He recently completed a personal goal of landing a Cirrus Aircraft in all 50 states in the USA.



        



Brad has a variety of business ventures and personal interests and is involved in the following activities: E-Commerce, restaurant equipment and supplies, computer programming, web development, aviation, corporate private investigations, patent development, magazine column writing, and public speaking appearances. He lives in Orlando and is an avid pilot who spends hundreds of hours a year in the cockpit. He recently completed a personal goal of landing a Cirrus Aircraft in all 50 states in the USA.