It’s Never Too Late to Write a Book with Rob Brown
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Rob Brown has been in the financial services industry as a top-producing advisor and has held several senior leadership roles. Now, as a business coach, Rob helps his clients achieve excellence while living more purpose-filled lives. His book, “Truest Fan” is a story about turning the simple lessons we learn from baseball, loving God and others into a way of living each and every day — and he encourages others to do the same. In his book, Rob shares the seven most important lessons of “Truest Fan” wisdom that, when applied, will lead to personal and professional transformation. What We Discuss with Rob Brown: The impetus behind writing Truest Fan Why everyone needs truest fans in their life Finding clarity in your message The creative process of writing fiction Book launch and marketing ideas Showing up and finding the time to write To view full show notes, Click Here! Like this show? Please leave us a review here -- even one sentence helps! Consider including your Twitter handle so we can thank you personally!
Grow My Accounting Practice | Tips for Accountants & Bookkeepers to Grow Their Business
In this episode, Rob Brown shares how to build your practice when time is working against you not only during this pandemic but also with the rise of Artificial Intelligence. During the pandemic, professional firms all over the world have lost revenues, clients, staff and opportunities. Pipelines of new business have been lost. New client conversations have been sidelined or cancelled. Growth and recovery will only happen if firms recognize the need to invest in their people, specifically the skills of those people to create new opportunities in a Covid world. Many of the sales and business development methods that won work a few months ago are no longer in play. Networking, attending events, shaking hands, swapping business cards and meeting for lunch/coffee don't work anymore. Many professionals are trying to force their old in-person methods to work in a virtual world. A whole new skill set centered around remote contact, digital presence, social media engagement and video meetings is required to source and convert today's prospects into tomorrow's clients.
January 24, 2021 // Romans 5:1-11This season has been a very difficult one for many of us, with health concerns, job concerns, lockdown, loneliness, anxiety, and so on. We continue to face challenges as a result of COVID-19, in addition to other normal day-to-day challenges. But Romans reminds us that we have been saved from death, justified by faith, through Jesus Christ. In this knowledge, knowing that we will make it through even the most difficult circumstances, we are called to rejoice in the promises and blessings of Christ.www.eastsidepres.com
S6, E62 Trapped Victims Rescued from the Floor Above with FDNY Chief Tom Fitzgerald and Lieutenants Rich Davan and Rob Brown
In the early morning hours of September 29, 2020, FDNY companies in Washington Heights, Manhattan encountered heavy fire and multiple people trapped on the top floor – the floor above the fire – of a six story U-shaped residential building. Battalion Chief Tom Fitzgerald (Battalion 16), […]
EP #005: Rob Brown - Institute of Sporting Futures
The Drive Phase Podcast
Getting a job in the sports industry can be an uphill task. Just like any other competitive field, building your career in sports requires focus, development of the right skill set and a supportive network. If you are looking for tips to point you int the right direction of your dream career, this episode is for you! In today’s episode, James speaks to Rob Brown, the Director of Institute of Sporting Futures - a Post-16 program, designed to give people hands-on vocational skills for those who want to work in the sports industry, as an alternative to A-Levels or Apprenticeships. Launched in 2016, ISF has played a key role in fast-tracking school leavers into their coaching careers. Rob shares why he started ISF, the challenges he faced and how he is enhancing the PE experience in schools. In a nutshell, you’ll learn: Rob’s early sports experience and whether it played a part in the inspiration behind ISF. The pathway to getting into a coaching career. Myths and misconceptions about the sports coaching industry. What goes into building a successful team for any business. and so much more! Check out ISF: Youtube: Institute of Sporting Futures Website: isf7.org Tweeter: @ISF7_social Instagram: @isf7_social Connect with James: Website: Coordinate SportInstagram: @james_venturesFacebook: Coordinate SportLinkedIn: James Moore
Rob Brown is the Sports Information Director for Roncalli Athletics in Indianapolis, Indiana. He reflects on his experience with the Los Angeles Clippers in media relations, the improvement of sports media through advanced technology and much more.
August 2, 2020 // Luke 10:25-37The Great Commandment calls us to love God and love others. Jesus uses the parable of the Good Samaritan to reveal that our neighbors are not always who we think they are and that we are called to be a neighbor to everyone else. So, how can we be part of God's kingdom work by being a neighbor to others?www.eastsidepres.com
Today on Phil My Hole I talk with Rob Brown about being a Canadian Citizen abroad during an unprecedented global pandemic, and what Life is like on the island.FOLLOW ROB ON IG @NOMAD.TEACHER.ROBLEMSOn Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pbalabanosOn Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/philipbalabanosMy Studio: https://wwwxenospacemtl.comMy Work: https://www.balabanos.com
Today on Pros & Content, we talk with Rob Brown, Global CMO of BBVA. As the head marketer for one of the largest financial institutions in the world, Rob is responsible for delivering excellent customer experiences on a global scale. In his conversation with Knotch CEO Anda Gansca, he talks about how BBVA approaches entering new markets, and aligning businesses BBVA acquires with the overall BBVA brand. He also speaks about the importance of learning about your customers.Lastly, he touches on BBVA’s approach to COVID-19, and prioritizing people during times of crisis.This episode was recorded on May 14, 2020
Ep #242: Film Production to a Lifestyle Firm: The Career Change of Rob Brown
Today XYPN member Rob Brown, owner of Brownsboro Financial, joins the show. After starting his career in the film industry as a production manager, he craved something new and decided to start a career path as a financial advisor. In this episode, he describes the challenges of starting a new business, as well as what it's like running a business while being a first-time father. You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://www.xyplanningnetwork.com/242