Writing for your Legacy– Publish. Promote. Profit. with Rob Kosberg Episode 016 Stan MillerStan Miller is a principal in Stan Miller Law Group—a law firm with offices in Little Rock, Arkansas. Stan is passionate about the power of estate planning, and the positive difference it makes in the lives of Arkansas families. His trademark skill is the ability to listen, first. He then walks his clients through the development of a custom solution for their specific estate planning needs. His second trademark skill is the ability to explain your solution in simple understandable terms, you will know exactly what your plan does.Stan was an early pioneer in Living Trust planning in Arkansas- and at a time when most law firms were in favor of probating estates- a much more costly and time-consuming alternative to Living Trusts. Since, he has established over 5,000 Living Trusts and helped protect more than $4.5 billion in assets.Those pioneering successes led him to emerge as a national leader in Estate Planning. Later, he helped found WealthCounsel, LLC, the leading provider of education and document-drafting software for Estate and Business Planning attorneys throughout the US. In 2008, he was instrumental in founding ElderCounsel, LLC, which is now the national leader in technology and education for Elder Law attorneys. He serves on the board of both companies.Stan’s most recent book, Your American Legacy: Powerful Strategies That Instill Lasting Values for Generations, landed on the International Best Seller list in April of this year. He is currently developing a podcast, “American Legacy”, a bi-monthly series of interviews with individuals making a positive impact on their family, their community, and the world.Stan is a sought-after speaker for professional audiences, individuals, families, colleagues, and contemporaries around the US. Speaking on topics ranging from estate and business planning, to tax reform and family legacies. Stan previously served as an elected member of the Board of Directors for the City of Hot Springs, and as a member of the Board of St. Joseph’s Regional Health Center- now CHI St. Vincent. He and his wife Patrice are the proud parents of two sons.Listen to this informative Publish Promote Profit episode with Stan Miller about writing for your legacy.Here are some of the beneficial topics covered on this week’s show:How writing a book is a terrific way to get attention and stand out in your field.Why a book can be a fantastic way to introduce yourself to new clients. How an estate planning book can help people learn to plan for their legacy. Why books are a great way to build relationships with other businesspeople.How a book can help confirm the trust your clients have in you.Connect with Stan:Links Mentioned:stanmillerlaw.comstandmiller.comwealthcounsel.comestateplanning.comGuest Contact Info:Twitter@wealthcounselFacebookfacebook.com/WealthCounselConnect with Rob:Websitebestsellerpublishing.orgTwitter@bspbooksInstagram@bspbooksFacebookfacebook.com/bestsellerpubYouTubeyoutube.com/c/BestSellerPublishingOfficial Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
this is the most important part about interviewing | college advice with Stan Miller
Declassified College Podcast | College Advice That Isn't Boring
"Tell me about yourself" - if you don't know your story, chances are you'll probably bomb this question. We go over how you can leverage your story to do more than just regurgitate your resume to the recruiter when you answer this question. Reach out to Stan by texting "Storyteller" to 66866
pass your job interview by mastering your story | college advice with Stan Miller
Declassified College Podcast | College Advice That Isn't Boring
In my experience, many people forget that the main portion of an interview... is you! It's not about the research on the company, it's more about can you do the research and can I see myself working with you for 40-60 hours a week. Thats where your story comes into play for interviews. Mastering your story allows you to mold your answers to different scenarios and blow the interviewer away! Stan Miller is the Chief Sales Officer at Viewpost and the Founder of Storicate, a company whose mission is to help individuals master their story to accelerate their careers. He's interviewed thousands and hired hundreds of people so he definitely knows what to do in an interview situation! Check out Storicate here. We even created a LinkedIn course too! Sign up for it here!
1052 Stan Miller: Delivering Powerful Client Focused Solutions With Estate Planning
The Nice Guys on Business
Stan Miller has represented thousands of individuals and families in his estate planning career which has spanned over thirty years. He has also coached hundreds of estate planning attorneys in the techniques and strategies that empower them to deliver client-focused solutions in an understandable way. He believes that estate planners can bring wisdom and insight to the estate planning process and can fundamentally change the trajectory of the family for generations to come. Connect with Stan Miller: Website: https://youramericanlegacy.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/youramericanlegacy Book: Your American Legacy Powerful Strategies that Instill Lasting Values for Generations Nice Sponsors: Grab your copy of Dr. TJ Ahn's book Opt-Out -- How to Take Back Financial Control of Your Private Clinical Practice Without the Hassle of Insurance Companies & check out The Profit Alchemy Program Get your free E-Book 5 Ways to Make Money Podcasting at www.Turnkeypodcast.com/gift Check out the "Entrepreneur’s Toolkit" Giveaway Check out Headliner to create social media posts with video easily- make.headliner.app Simplecast is the easiest way to set up your podcast hosting- Simplecast.com Zoom is the easiest way to schedule meetings and record your podcast interviews- Zoom.us Acuity is the easiest way to schedule your podcast interviews, meetings, and life. Acuityscheduling.com See how The Nice Guys want to make your life easier? You can thank us later. Reach The Nice Guys Here: Doug- @DJDoug Strickland- @NiceGuyonBiz Nice Important Links: Subscribe to the Podcast website: Niceguysonbusiness.com Book Doug and/or Strick as a speaker at your upcoming event. Doug's Amazon #1 Best selling book Nice Guys Finish First. Partner Links: Amazon.com: Click before buying anything. Help support the podcast. Acuity Scheduling: Stop wasting time going back and forth scheduling appointments Simply the best VO guy in the business- https://steveobrienvo.com/ TurnKey Podcast Productions Important Links: The Ultimate Podcast Launch Formula www.turnkeypodcast.com/ultimatelaunchformula FREE workshop on how to "Be A Great Guest." Free E-Book 5 Ways to Make Money Podcasting at www.Turnkeypodcast.com/gift No time to get to this, but you can read the blog here: 12 worries that every entrepreneur has Audio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it.
Ep 137 So Tell Me About Yourself? with Stan Miller
Mastering College to Career
In this episode of the podcast, I speak with Stan Miller, Chief Sales Officer at Viewpost and Founder of professional development firm Storicate. Stan is an expert at helping people tell their stories because at the end of the day, what you say matters. We talk about the importance of being able to share your story and the ability to answer the two most common questions we are asked... “Can you tell me about yourself?” and “What do you do?” To connect with Stan on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stanmiller/ To learn more about professional development resources from Stan visit: https://www.storicate.com/ Stan has also recently launched a LinkedIn course designed to help you accelerate your career with LinkedIn. For more information visit: http://bit.ly/optimize_linkedin
Hosted by Spokane Art Supply's Craig Marshall - www.spokaneartsupply.com Co-hosted by Morgan Robinson "Artsy Dweeb" - https://artsydweeb.podbean.com/ About Stan Miller I was born on a small farm in Southeastern South Dakota in 1949. We lived about 50 miles from Sioux Falls. I was one of seven children, three brothers and three sisters. When I was seven, we moved to Sioux Falls where my dad got a job as a mechanic for Caterpillar. When I was fifteen our family moved to Spokane, Washington, where I finished my high school education and graduated in 1967. I went on to college and graduated from Spokane Falls Community College in 1973, with an Applied Arts Degree and a Commercial Art Degree. Other than two years in Pennsylvania, I have continued to live in Spokane since my graduation from college. I remember, when I must have been quite young, watching my older brother Greg draw. He was good. In the third grade our teacher taught us perspective, how to make a road go back and disappear into the mountains. I never forgot how to do that. When I was seven or eight years old, our family took a trip to Wisconsin to visit a friend of my Dad’s. He was a professional watercolorist. I remember the drive through the woods, walking up to his front door, through the entry, looking up at the walls as soon as I entered the house. I wanted to see his paintings. Randy Penner. I’ll never forget that name or that trip and the influence it had on me. In Junior High I took some art, mechanical drawing, and enjoyed it. I wrote a career paper on becoming an artist but never really thought that it was possible. In college I decided to major in physical education since I considered an art major unrealistic. The second year I switched to a commercial art major since the community college had a good graphics program. It was during the three years of training to become a commercial artist that I took watercolor. My first watercolor class I got a “C”. The worst grade I had ever received in any art class. I was required to take it again the following year and it went much better. Not only did I get an “A”, but I fell in love with it. I started selling my paintings before I graduated for as little as $2. In the fall of 1973 I had made a decision to try to make a living as a full time, professional watercolorist and have managed to do that now for more than forty years. Along with painting, I started teaching watercolor in 1976, with little teaching experience. Improving my teaching skills, I now enjoy teaching nearly as much as painting, teaching weekly classes here in Spokane and workshops around the world. However, most of my time is spent in my studio painting, hoping never to retire. Learn more about Stan's classes and artwork - https://stanmiller.net/
We love having guests on so they can tell their stories. However, Stan Miller, founder of Storicate, may have us beat because he helps people tell their stories for a living. Listen in on our insightful conversation with Stan as he tells us all about his story.
Episode 31 - Next L̶a̶w̶y̶e̶r̶ Security Clearance Expert Up with Ron Sykstus featuring Stan Miller
Next Lawyer Up Podcast with Attorney Ron Sykstus
In the world of industrial security and security clearances, Stan is the man! No offense to Stan Musial, but I am referring to Stan Miller. Stan is honorably retired from the U.S. Navy where he spent a year tour in Vietnam and he also served for seven months in Iraq as a civilian contractor. Stan has spent most of his working professional life in the security arena and has had a security clearance supporting collateral, sensitive and special programs that entire time. Stan has also done a lot of philanthropic work in addition to his security work. For example, Stan was the past chairman of Tennessee Valley Chapter of the National Military Intelligence Association and the past chairman of the Mid-South Chapter, Society of Industrial Security Professional (NCMS). In fact, Stan has done so much in this area as it relates to industrial security that the NCMS - Mid -South chapter awards an annual scholarship in his name. Stan still works a good bit in the security field and, in addition, and not just because he looks the part, he also spends the Christmas holidays as Stanta Claus! I think you will enjoy hearing about this patriot's life.