Listen to him speak, then decide what Marque does for a living (here’s a hint, he does it for everyone from major brands to the Harlem Globetrotters)! A great chat with a great man, sharing how he made his way in a unique and competitive industry, before being able to ‘Google it’ was ever a thing. His journey, story, all the anecdotes and advice for you on choosing your own path, however challenging the route may be.
As Chief Marketing Officer of The Atlanta Hawks NBA Basketball Team and The State Farm Arena, Melissa Proctor has what anyone would define as a dream job. From her childhood ambition of becoming the first female NBA Coach, to realizing her dreams in completely unexpected ways, Melissa has truly lived every step of her LifeWork journey. Her story is one of relentless determination, focus and open-minded adventure, being true to herself every step of the way and enjoying every minute of it. It’s also one which should be shared, so that everyone can be inspired to choose their own path and create their own LifeWork.
RahGor is an international keynote speaker with his own branding consultancy, but it could have all been so different. Making his way from the streets of New Jersey, RahGor focused on using his skills for long-term growth, not just immediate survival. He lost family members along the way, but relentlessly stuck to his belief that ‘your location is not your destination’. Hear him share his story with Andy and get insight, inspiration and advice for someone who proves that choosing your own path is completely possible, whatever the obstacles in front of you might be.
For most people, one dream job would be enough. As a former Pro-Snowboarder, who has also worked at NASA and now finds himself creating self-driving cars at Waymo, Andrew has quite a story to tell! Contrary to what you may think, this is a tale of curiosity, enthusiasm, relentless drive and a determination to follow a dream, whatever form it takes and wherever it goes. It’s about resilience, focus against the odds (and what other people may say), but most importantly, it’s told by the nicest, most down to earth man you’ll meet.