Garrison Wynn
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Garrison Wynn
Key Topics:
  • Motivation
  • Leadership
  • Sales
  • Customer Service
  • Communication
  • Change Management
  • Success
  • Team Building
  • Generations
  • Bio Info:
    Garrison helps people make the jump from being great at what they do to developing
    the qualities it takes to be consistently chosen for the job. He gets them to understand
    why their products, services, or leadership styles—or those of their competitors— are
    selected. As he says, “If the world agreed on what’s best, everybody would choose the
    best and nothing else would be considered. Decision making doesn’t work that way.”
    His presentations help people become more influential regardless of circumstances.

    Garrison has presented to some of the world’s most effective leaders and business
    developers, from multibillion-dollar manufacturers and national associations to top New
    York Stock Exchange wire houses. He has a background in manufacturing, telecomm,
    and financial services and toured as a professional stand-up comedian. In his teens,
    Garrison worked with Magnavox and baseball legend Hank Aaron to promote the
    world’s first video gaming system, and by age 27 he became the youngest department
    head in a Fortune 500 company’s history. He researched and designed processes
    for 38 locations nationwide and developed and marketed products still being sold in
    30 countries. He is the author of the Amazon.com bestseller The REAL Truth about
    Success
    , has contributed weekly to The Washington Post, and has coauthored with
    Stephen Covey. His award-winning success tools receive high praise, but his greatest
    strength is a magnetic live performance that keeps him in high demand, with more
    than 600 inquiries and 100 speaking dates per year.

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    Fee Info (subject to change)
    $5,000-$10,000
    Travels From:
    Texas
    Programs:
  • The Real Truth about Success: What the Top 1% Do Differently and Why They Won’t Tell You
  • Being the Best vs. Being Consistently Chosen
  • Making the Most of Difficult Situations - Changing Markets, Changing Times
  • Getting Great Results: Turning Talent Into Performance
  • Generations Working Better Together
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    303.825.8700
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