“Does Bob Burg Have an Ego?” Of course he does. We all do. But, as you can already imagine Bob explaining, the ego—in and of itself—is neither good nor bad…it simply is. As he says, “When we are in control of our ego we can direct it to do great things, for ourselves individually, as well as for society as a whole. It’s when the ego is in control of us that we get into trouble and big problems can occur, again both on an individual and societal level. In this episode Bob took a look at various aspects of the ego and how we can best direct it positively and keep it from the harm it can potentially bring.
In this episode titled “Courtroom Influence,” Bob and Mitch Jackson discussed the surprising similarities regarding influence both inside and outside a courtroom. Few are as qualified as Mr. Jackson to discuss this issue. In 2013 he was named California Litigation Lawyer of the Year and he is both an ongoing student and teacher of the art of influence. In addition to trying cases, Mitch also enjoys speaking around the country and sharing communication, marketing, and social media tips.
If you’re a fan of Disney®, or simply love understanding what goes into a powerfully positive organizational culture, you’ll want to listen to this episode of the Go-Giver Influencers Facebook LIVE Show on “Influential Culture.” Bob’s guest is Dan Cockerell, who specializes in helping leaders create vibrant cultures. Dan spent nearly 27 years with Walt Disney World®, beginning in 1991 as a parking attendant and finishing as Vice President of the Magic Kingdom®, leading 12,000 cast members. During his tenure he served as Vice President of 3 of the 4 theme parks at the company.
Jeff Shore is a legend in the sales field and has held positions both on the front-line and management/leadership areas. A top-producer for many years he is now an acclaimed speaker, sales trainer, and multi-bestselling author. Bob personally considers Jeff to be one of THE ELITE speakers, trainers, and practitioners in the world of sales.