Sunday, May 20, 2018

Confessions from
The Road

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By Guest Blogger and Business Partner Tony Rubleski of The MindCapture Group.

Of late, I’ve been living out of hotel rooms, airplanes and rental cars even more than usual. I’m not complaining, as my forthcoming new book, Trailblazers, releasing on 9/4/18 (Morgan James Publishing) and the message of leadership, has been striking a positive chord with many diverse groups and meeting planners.

Having just got off the road after an intense week of travel and two speaking dates mixed in, I wanted to share with you three confessions from the road:

#1: It’s not always easy being on the road as I miss quite a bit of time away from my family and friends. 

However, once we get to the location and set up, the amazing people and groups I’ve been fortunate to meet and work with, make it worth it.

#2: You must possess a great amount of patience. 

I’ve had to learn how to deal with changing conditions and many things that are not directly within my control when I’m criss-crossing time zones, cities, and working with lots of new people. I’m again reminded that I love teaching others, so travel and going to meet them at their events is what I signed up for 13+ years ago when I started the company.

#3: People are hungry to learn and improve themselves. 

Many of the events have seen great turnouts. Now, this isn’t all due to me, but it certainly demonstrates that the message I share is striking a positive chord with attendees. For that, I am again both blessed and grateful.

So, as we get ready to dive into the new week ahead, a quick shout out to the two great cities I was fortunate to work and speak in the last couple of weeks and the city I speak at this week on Tuesday:

Thank You Coeur d’ Alene, Idaho

Thank You Kalamazoo, Michigan

Today we fly again…next stop?

Hello, Las Vegas~!

See you soon,


Tony Rubleski is the bestselling creator of the Mind Capture book series. He is also an in-demand keynote speaker, strategic business coach, and global event promoter.  His work has been featured in various media outlets ranging from Bottom Line Magazine, The Detroit Free Press, the FOX TV network, ABC, to CNN Radio, NPR and Entrepreneur Magazine Radio. He’s a 1994 graduate of Western Michigan University with a degree in marketing and has also been a faculty member and instructor with the U.S Chamber of Commerce (IOM) and CEO Space International. His core expertise and message is designed to help people ‘Capture’ more minds and profits.

As editor and creator of A Captured Mind newsletter he has interviewed some of the highest paid direct marketing, Internet, success and sales minds in the world including Seth Godin, Jay Abraham, Dr. Ivan Misner, Darren Hardy (SUCCESS Magazine), Jack Canfield, Brian Tracy, Dan Kennedy, Jeffrey Gitomer, Joel Comm, Sally Hogshead, Sharon Lechter and Larry Winget.

A highly sought after speaker and agent of change, his live seminars and keynote talks continue to receive rave reviews from meeting planners coast to coast. He’s shared the stage with such business notables as Les Brown, Dan Kennedy, Michael Gerber, Jeffrey Gitomer, and Bob Burg to Olympic gold medalist Dan Jansen, and various celebrities including TV’s John Walsh, Mick Fleetwood, and many others.  He’s presented to hundreds of audiences including some of the biggest chambers of commerce in North America, association events in the U.S. and at private events with a price tag of $2500.00+ per attendee.

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Brad Szollose
The Art & Science of Leadership
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Former Dot Com Executive and Baby Boomer Brad Szollose, is an award winning leadership strategist, author and professional speaker who shows people managers and entrepreneurs how to win big in the Information Age.

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  1. Interesting. Shall visit your blog more often. I also write a blog on management theory.

    Theories of Leadership

  2. There are certainly a lot of details like that to take into consideration. That is a great point to bring up. I offer the thoughts above as general inspiration but clearly there are questions like the one you bring up where the most important thing will be working in honest good faith. I don?t know if best practices have emerged around things like that, but I am sure that your job is clearly identified as a fair game. Both boys and girls feel the impact of just a moment?s pleasure, for the rest of their lives.


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Who Is Brad Szollose?: 

Cofounder of Another Big Production. Host of Awakened Nation™. Award-Winning Author. Creative Director. Leader. Visionary. TEDxSpeaker. Web Pioneer. C-Level Executive.

First things, first. How do you say Szollose?
It’s pronounced zol-us.

From founding partner and CMO of K2 Design, Inc. the first Digital Agency to go public on NASDAQ to international leadership development expert, Brad Szollose has worked with household names like MasterCard, American Management Association and Tony Robbins, to create leadership training programs for a new generation.

As an award-winning creative director, he has been the creative force behind hundreds of high-end corporate events, personal and consumer brands, and website launches. Brad is the recipient of the Corporate Identity Design Award and the Axiom Business Book Award along with various awards for website and print design.

As a C-Level executive at K2, his unique management model was awarded the Arthur Andersen New York Enterprise Award for Best Practices in Fostering Innovation Amongst Employees (Workforce Culture).

Today, the world’s leading business publications seek out Brad’s insights on next-generation leadership development, branding and modern Management Strategies, and he has been featured (both print and online versions) in Forbes, Inc., Advertising Age, USA Today, New York Magazine, The Huffington Post, International Business Times, Le Journal du Dimanche (France), and The Hindu Business Line to name a few, along with television, radio and podcast appearances on CGTN America, CBS, Roku Network and other media outlets.

Brad continues to challenge the status quo with his new book, Liquid Leadership 2.0, and his new podcast, Awakened Nation.

After 35 years in New York City, he now calls Las Vegas home. In his free time, he enjoys hiking in the mountains, working Star Trek and Dune quotes into everyday conversation, and painting and drawing the stunning landscapes of the American Southwest.