Are you FLAWSOME?
If not, you should be. In this episode, Stan Phelps, CSP and Founder of StanPhelpsSpeaks.com takes a break from the Pink Goldfish 2.0 cross-country book tour to talk about how to be more FLAWSOME.
Stan and his co-author, David Rendall, CSP encourage everyone to defy normal and exploit imperfection.
Listen in and learn . . .
Why differentiation is important
How to embrace imperfection (inherent or intentional)
The ideology of FLAWSOME (the 8 types of Pink Goldfish)
Stan and Barbara serve together on the National Speakers Association NSA Carolinas board. Stan’s the President. Barbara’s the VP of Marketing. With two speakers talking, you’ll be enlightened, entertained, and even more FLAWSOME!
bout our Guests . . .
Stan Phelps CSP (Certified Speaking Professional) is a best-selling author, keynote speaker, and workshop facilitator. He believes that today’s organizations must focus on a meaningful differentiated experience (DX) to win the hearts of both employees and customers.
He is the founder of StanPhelpsSpeaks.com where he offers keynotes, workshops, and Goldfish Tank programs that are focused on driving loyalty and sales. The group helps organizations connect with the hearts and minds of customers and employees.
During the last fifteen years, David Rendall CSP has spoken to audiences on every inhabited continent. His clients include the US Air Force, Australian Government, and Fortune 50 companies such as Microsoft, AT&T, UnitedHealth Group, Fannie Mae, and State Farm.
Prior to becoming a Certified Speaking Professional, he was a leadership professor and stand- up comedian. He also managed nonprofit enterprises that provided employment for people with disabilities.
About Pink Goldfish 2.0 – Defy Normal & Exploit Imperfection
Via Amazon where you can buy the book
How do you become one of the few organizations or individuals that become extraordinary?
How can you succeed where most organizations fail? The goal of P!NK GOLDF!SH 2.0 is to help you to compete more effectively by becoming truly different. Based on over 400 case studies, the book provides an unconventional eight-part F.L.A.W.S.O.M.E. framework for achieving competitive separation by embracing flaws, instead of fixing them.