014: How To Cultivate a Magic Touch with Dean Akers
Find Your Exit - Exit Planning Strategies for Business Owners
To set the stage for a successful exit, entrepreneurs need to build winning businesses. A certain type of leader can do this effectively multiple times over a lifetime, creating great companies from the ground up and turning money losers into profit-generating machines by rethinking the organization from the ground up. Turnaround expert Dean Akers has mastered this art. In his twenties, he took a company from one location to 65 and navigated a $175M exit, and he didn’t stop there. He’s now a speaker, motivator, business developer, coach, and podcaster with several exits behind him. He currently serves as the CEO of NES Health, which he believes has the potential to become a unicorn. Today, Dean joins the podcast to talk about how he helps companies find their why to outperform their competitors, the lessons he’s learned from the many exits he’s overseen, and the growth strategies struggling businesses can use right now to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic. Get the Full Show Notes HighTowerAdvisors.com Subscribe, Rate & Review the Podcast MarkKravietz.com/subscribe Connect with Mark Kravietz LinkedIn Twitter
#44 Managing Stress During Times of Uncertainty with Harry Massey, Lenny Izzo and Dean Akers
Energy4Life by NES Health
"Fear is a gateway – there is a gateway open now." During these unprecedented times, how will you handle the global Choice Point? Will you allow your higher self to drift off and passively ride the wave? Or will you embrace change and rise up as the Warrior? Your choices now will impact how you enter the next cycle of your life! Join Harry Massey, Dr. Lenny Izzo, and Dean Akers as they explore how the current global situation is impacting each one of us, and what we can do to ensure that we learn and grow from it. You'll learn about the Life Journey screens and what it takes to pursue a Hero's Journey. Tune in for inspiring words of wisdom about how to live an "awesome" life, down to the nuts and bolts of creating daily habits that propel you forward into a more conscious state of being.
Ep 11. The Adjunct CEO Talks Fatherhood with Dean Akers
Daddy Saturday Podcast
On this episode, Adjunct CEO and father of five Dean Akers shares how he helped each of his five kids identify their passions and how this translated to massive success in their adult lives. The post Ep 11. The Adjunct CEO Talks Fatherhood with Dean Akers appeared first on Daddy Saturday.
The Business of Life PodcastHosts: Debbie Lundberg & Barbara ZantDigital Engineer: Brianna ConnollyMusic: www.bensound.comTBOL_Dean_Akers_InterviewDebbie: Hi there everyone and welcome to another inviting and engaging episode of The Business of Life Master Class and it’s a podcast for people who thrive on opportunities, drive to get to results and seek inputs and ideas to quickly incorporate in life and in business. And you may know by now that this is Debbie Lundberg Author and Founder & CEO of Presenting Powerfully a Tampa, FL based national firm providing individuals and organizations with four things;Key notes & TalksStrategy & Facilitation Teaming & Training and Executive Presence Coaching, all contributing to the enhancement of communication, behaviors and relationships. What I like to call reversing the slobifcation of America.Barb: Hi Barb Zant here corporate sales leader, founder of the lifestyle brand and blog @thestayatworkmom and fashion stylist. It’s all about the simple things, finding joy in all that we do. So Debbie, who is this person? This experienced wow and all around contagiously positive person who has chosen to be with is today.Debbie: Oh you nailed it Barb when you said contagious with positive that describes our guests energy, that’s for sure. He has mastered the artform of seizing opportunities in any situation. As a University of Florida graduate, he’s probably going to say Go Gators over here or something. He joined a company in Lakeland, FL as a warehouse runner by the age of 28 he was made the COO/Vice President of Sales, image a 28 year old doing that, it was during the recession of the 80’s his unique business philosophies were able to take the companies sales from $50 million to $103 million in 2 years and using the same 300 folks that did the $50 million, so you know he’s got some special sauce here. At 30 he wanted his own business so he bought a chain of tire stores, this became a fix it program and grew it from a financially broke company to the leading commercial tire company in the state of FL. He sold it to Dawn Alson Tire and retired at the age of 40, ahhh. But after only 2 months during his wonderful retirement with his, I’m gonna call it wife’s encouragement, you’re gonna want to go to his website to learn the whole story, it’s really good. He started assisting other companies as temporary CEO, he came out of retirement, got into working with only a construction company and then he retired again only to be called out fo retirement to be ideal images company CEO and then most recently he came a podcaster, a speaker and still works with many companies and individuals in selling skills and being completely business aware and business savvy. It’s absolutely a thrill to get to talk with head coach and founder of The Condo Coaches, adjunk CEO, Dean Akers.Barb: Welcome Dean!Dean: Thank you, Barb and Debbie!Barb: Before we get started we like for out listeners to get to hear something special, unusual, or defining about you that for some reason if you didn’t get to share it here, they might never be exposed to it. So, what is that one thing we wouldn’t know otherwise about you?Dean: Well one of the things is that I’m a pilot and they would say they don’t know that, but why that’s so unique is how I got it. I got it by taking care of people when Hurricane Andrew came and i flew every week I had to fly $2,000 dollars a week to my team to put them in a fleabag motel and I went ahead and got my pilot's license and the reason being a pilot is important because it teaches me in business to never trust emotion or like I trust the instruments, I don’t get vertigo like John Kennedy Jr did&