Nance Rosen is a former marketing executive with The Coca-Cola Company, the number one most recognized brand in the world. The first woman director of marketing in the Fortune 500 technology sector, past president of the Medical Marketing Association and a successful serial entrepreneur, she hosted International Business of Public Radio and NightCap on television, where she spoke to the world’s most important people in business, politics, labor and government.
Nance is CEO of ShoutBRAND and NanceSpeaks!, and Executive Publisher at Pegasus Media World: the Success Press. She produced a Wall Street Journal bestseller, BusinessWeek bestseller and the number one sales book on Amazon. The author of Speak Up & Succeed: How to get everything you want in meetings, presentations and conversations and the Library of Success, Nance is a world-class speaker, a faculty member at UCLA Extension and a business and career coach for success-minded clients.
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"Nance writes as she speaks, you listen and you can feel you mind opening to knowledge and ideas. She is able to simplify the most complex and innovative concepts into what it looks just common sense, but is really the work of a very analytic, intuitive and structured mind. Her writings will change you, will motivate you, will give you tools and the confidence to really change your career or life." - Magda Andrade, Senior Manager of New Accounts at La Curacao
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Congratulations to everyone who won. And, congratulations to Kanye West who, persists in believing he is: “The One Who Decides What Is Sufficiently Creative to Win for Album of the Year.” Per the Huffington Post: “Kanye West nearly interrupted Beck after the rock star won Album of the Year over Beyonce. Many outlets including HuffPost[…]
Last Sunday, my favorite comment by any of the many sportscasters was this: “Brady was unstoppable when the pressure was strongest.” What if we said that about you? Are you unstoppable when the pressure is the strongest? The strongest stress is when it all comes down to one action you must take in one moment,[…]
“We made up all our lines,” Seth Rogen remembered of Apatow’s 2005 flick, “The 40-Year-Old-Virgin.” A lot of the stuff was just us talking to each other and trying to make each other laugh, knowing that we had the freedom to say whatever we wanted. It looks very natural, because we honestly didn’t know what[…]
All of us have experienced “relationship” problems. You might have a problem with your girlfriend or boyfriend, life partner, parent, sibling, business partner, best friend, roommate, boss, coworker or even a neighbor. Really, given the number of people in your life, especially when you add your FB fame or any other cyber group you’re in:[…]
Be relentless. Be resilient. Be able to repair. Be ready to play hurt. Play tired. Play even with despair. Everything can change in one moment. Every thing passes. Every thing that is good and every thing that is bad does not last. What have we learned from the latest terror campaign acted out on Paris[…]
What is it so hard to believe you should be the best you can be, and work for someone else? Why do so few people genuinely want to be employees? Why is it impossible to believe you can be a person with great self-worth who also respects the opportunity to work? Apparently, most Millennials believe[…]
Why would anyone want 90,000 gifts for Christmas or whatever your seasonal holiday is? Not even the greediest person would want 90,000 gifts, right? Not even the #1 person on Santa’s list, the nicest person who deserves the best of the season’s bounty wants 90,000 gifts. So where on earth is someone getting 90,000 gifts?[…]