Brian Roberts is a bad dude. On and off a wrestling mat. Where he grew up in Turner well, they liked to fight, but if I was ever on their turf and I smelled trouble, I just told them I knew Brian. It was always enough. He was a 4 time state placer finishing 3, 2, 2, 2. He went on to be a 2x college All American while battling injuries that would sideline just about anyone else. I looked up to this guy when I was a kid and I having him on was awesome and kinda surreal. Thanks for the support, don't forget to SUBSCRIBE and God bless you all.
Uplevel Your Leadership Through the Power of a Peer Group with Vistage Chair Brian Roberts
Mastering Midlife Podcast
Brian Roberts is the CEO Advisor and CEO Peer Group Leader at Vistage, a company that provides private advisory boards for business owners, senior executives, and CEOs. He is also what they call a Vistage Chair, a highly regarded and trusted representative of the company’s established ways of executive coaching and group facilitation. Brian regularly works with executives and their teams, transforming them from being good leaders to great leaders. Brian joins me today to discuss the benefits of being part of a peer group and why peer pressure can be a positive force. He explains the importance of recognizing how your words as a leader can have a positive or negative impact on your team. He shares some of the lessons he’s learned from being a peer-group leader as well as some interesting stories from his clients. Brian also describes why reading a book a second time can have a different impact on your life. “From the moment you head to the office, you have to start thinking and acting like a leader.” - Brian Roberts Today on Mastering Midlife: The problems he saw that made him start Vistage. What he loves about working with a peer group. The amount of time you need to commit to a peer group. Interesting stories he picked up during some of his meetings. The good side of falling for peer pressure. Different needs by different leaders in a peer group. The lessons he's learned from speaking with CEOs and other industry leaders. The gravity of what a leader says and how staff might interpret them. How to use humility and be vulnerable as a leader. Why you should try reading books a second time. Brian Robert’s Words of Wisdom: Leaders always have to assume everyone is looking at them. Leadership is not something you do or have; it's a state of being. Resources: Book: Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill Connect with Brian Roberts: Vistage Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (703) 405-1733 Get FREE Access to the Only 10’s Course Are you struggling with knowing what, when, and how to focus your efforts to get things done? As a long-time sufferer of severe ADD, I understand the struggle - and that’s why I created the Only 10’s system. This system has helped me and thousands of others clear the clutter and focus their energy on getting the right things done. The Only 10’s free online course is based on my proven system to help you focus your attention and maintain momentum around your day-to-day life. Sign up for the Only 10’s free course today! Mastering Midlife...Together! Thanks for tuning into today’s episode of the Mastering Midlife Podcast: How to Thrive When the World Asks the Most of You with Mark Silverman. If you enjoyed this episode, subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts and leave us a review. Be sure to visit our website and connect with us on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and YouTube and don’t forget to share your favorite episodes on social media.
Dayton Flyers Brian Roberts on the Justin Kinner Show w/Kev Nash!
Former Dayton Flyers MBB star & UD Hall of Famer Brian Roberts joined the Justin Kinner Show w/Kev Nash to weigh in on his company, Flyer Faithful LLC., inking the first NIL deal with the Flyers players.
Episode 16: Voiceover Websites with Web Designer Brian Roberts
Atlanta Voiceover Studio
Have you heard that you need a website for your voiceover business but no idea where to start or what needs to be on it? Brian Roberts is a voiceover talent and a website designer. He and his partner Monika Aerodoll create websites for voice actors specifically with their business called Voices on Display. In this episode, we talk about: What basic things do you need to get a website up and running. Why is a website important for voice actors. What is SEO and why do we need it? Example of Brian's Website: http://talktomebrian.com/ *Contact Brian & Monika: * http://voicesondisplay.com Atlanta Voiceover Studio & ProVoiceoverTraining's Classes & Workshops www.AtlantaVoiceoverStudio.com www.ProVoiceoverTraining.com Follow us on social facebook.com/atlantavoiceoverstudio instagram.com/atlantavoiceoverstudio twitter.com/atlvostudio tiktok.com/@atlantavoiceoverstudio
Brian Roberts, CEO Synergy Wealth Solutions | Developing the Leader within You
The Burn Podcast by Ben Newman
On this weeks episode of the podcast we dive into how to keep the important things important, clarifying YOUR burn, and what it means to be a true leader.I have known Brian Roberts for over 15 years now, and he inspires ME as a leader, a father, and a husband and I’m excited for you all to get your eyes and ears on this episode.Available on all podcast platforms as well as IGTV and Youtube.Thank YOU Brian for coming on the show and sharing your BURN.#TheBurnPodcast
Ep. 4: Mike Bordick & Brian Roberts on the O’s Early Season Success
Baltimore Orioles: Inside the Yard Podcast
Orioles Hall of Famer and MASN broadcaster Mike Bordick chats with Brett and Geoff about the new rules for the 60-game season, the O’s early season success and the team’s mentality (2:50 - 16:14). Today’s Orioles Insider is fellow O’s Hall of Famer and Orioles Ambassador Brian Roberts, who discusses the O’s underdog mentality, pitching staff and an in-depth look at Hanser Alberto’s and Rio Ruiz’s plate approach. (16:15 - 24:49).Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This Father-Son Miniseries episode features Mike and Brian Roberts. Mike coached at the University of North Carolina for 20 seasons as well as multiple stops in the Cape Cod League. He has been the manager of the Cotuit Kettleers since 2004, leading them to three championships, and has coached with the Chicago Cubs for last seven years. Brian played for Mike for the Tar Heels in 1997 and 1998 before one season for Ray Tanner at South Carolina. Brian was drafted by the Orioles in he first round in 1999 and played 13 MLB seasons for the Orioles, leading the Majors in doubles twice and stolen bases once. He retired after one season with the Yankees in 2014.
Ep. 16 : 'What Will Happen In Part 2?' (Our Take on Final Fantasy VII Remake Continues....) Ft. Brian Roberts
The Brothers' Take
Mr. Brian Roberts joins the Brothers back in the Room to continue the discussion on Final Fantasy VII Remake and to speculate what might happen in part 2 of the Remake series. How will they handle carrying over experience? What is Sephiroth's Role in this new telling? How will Chadley or Roche be utilised in the remainder of the series? And, most importantly, will they ever release a patch for those textures? Find out what else we thought about the Remake and get in touch to let us know your own thoughts and theories!
Ep. 15 : 'Midgar Looks Just Like That!' (Our Take on Final Fantasy VII Remake) Ft. Brian Roberts
The Brothers' Take
After 15 years of dreaming of a Remake, the Reunion is finally here... In the 15th Instalment of the Brothers' Take podcast series, the Brothers are back in the room to give their take on the Final Fantasy VII Remake and are joined by good friend Mr. Brian Roberts to discuss everything from the new gameplay, character portrayals, the music and feelings on THAT ending! Be sure to join in on the discussion!