Tag Archive for: Las Vegas Keynote Speaker

How To Harness Your Ego!

The Danger of Ego in Leadership is many think being a leader makes them feel like an absolute rockstar. Special treatment (the corner office, a flexible schedule, maybe even a limo to take you wherever you need to go), fame, respect, and adoration, and the power to influence many… can be exciting. But, unfortunately, for […]

Using Music To Engage Your Teams & Lower Turnover

No matter what your industry, your foremost priority must be the well-being of your employees. Your bandmates.  Your employees are the backbone of your organization. Without them, products won’t get made, services won’t be rendered, and customers won’t be taken care of. Unfortunately, we live in a high-stress time, and even if the job itself […]

Failure Is Our Friend!

“You build on failure. Use it as a stepping stone and close the door on the past. Don’t try to forget the mistakes, but don’t dwell on it.” – Johnny Cash At some point, whether in school or on the job, we were taught that failure is bad. Many of us were led to believe […]

Satisfaction: 3 Mindset Shifts for Happier Employees

“I can’t get no satisfaction.” While the Rolling Stones were talking about commercialism (among other things – ahem, ahem), with their 1965 hit, their message strikes a chord today regarding employees in the workforce. The “Great Resignation” is beginning to slow, but the desire for more than a paycheck continues. As a leader, you’re probably […]

Always Play Like A Rockstar

Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the closed doors of a jam session? Musicians know that creativity, ingenuity, and “out-of-the-box” thinking rarely happen during regimented work time. Instead, they happen when we allow ourselves to let our proverbial hair (or actual hair if you’re a rock star) down, have fun… play. The same […]

“All you need is love.” How To Increase Productivity And Stop Quiet Quitting

It turns out, The Beatles knew a thing or two about business. No, we’re not talking about inappropriate workplace romance that becomes fodder for the watercooler circuit. We’re talking about the most important of human states, a state from which all positive emotions flow. When humans allow themselves to see one another as friends instead […]

Battling The New Year Rut

We’re a few months into the new year, and now is a great time to do an accountability check-in… “What gets measured improves, what gets measured and reported improves exponentially.” So how are those goals going? If you’re like most people, December was filled with excitement, hope, and a top 10 list of things you […]

How Far Have You Come?

You’d be hard-pressed to find a rockstar who doesn’t remember their garage days… months and years spent practicing in their parent’s house and playing shows to empty dive bars. While we may look at these stories as the “before they made it big” period, for rockstars, these memories signify transformation. Rather than seeing these performances […]

Live Like A Rock Star

No doubt you’ve heard the term “party like a rockstar.” Sure, musicians are well known for their antics, and many have succumbed to the party lifestyle and snuffed out their careers too early. However, the rockstars that create or drive change and have long, successful careers have a few characteristics in common. Luckily for us, […]

The Band You Keep

Have you ever taken a good look at the people around you? If you want to be a rockstar in your business and your life, you may think that you have to have a ton of talent and potential. In reality, one of the biggest predictors of your success is the company you keep. When […]