• Cycling Champion and Body Language Trainer Tracy Brown Shares How To Detect Lies, Fraud And Identity Theft

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    On this episode of Business Insanity Talk Radio, we first talk about nonverbal communication, the key to detecting lies, fraud and identity theft. Experts say that 93% of all communication is nonverbal and understanding it is truly critical to your success with your customers, vendors, and employees. Then, we'll show you how to get all of the small teams inside your organization working together. Plus, we'll show you why "do what you love and the money will follow" is one of the worst pieces of advice and what other conventional wisdom is misleading. Finally, we'll introduce you to a tool that can turn your Facebook page into a powerful mobile app in seconds!

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    Segment 1: Tracy Brown is the author of "How to Detect Lies, Fraud and Identity Theft". She's is a Three Time US Collegiate Cycling Champion and former member of Team USA.

    1:10 – Tracy's story from cycling champion to nonverbal communication expert.

    2:45 – How can we tell truth from lies anymore?

    4:30 – Can we tell when President Trump is lying? Who else in politics can we read?

    6:15 – How do we detect lies in business?

    8:30 – Body language that indicates lying.

    Segment 2: Chris Fussell, a former Navy Seal, is a Partner at the McChrystal Group Leadership Institute, coauthor of General Stanley McChrystal's 2015 bestseller "Team of Teams", and author of the new book, "ONE MISSION: How Leaders Build a Team of Teams", now a Wall Street Journal-bestseller.

    15:30 – Why focus on building teams inside of teams?

    17:15 – How to build a single aligning narrative for all teams to improve cross-functional interactions to serve a single mission.

    19:15 – Creating liaison networks that work across silos to collaborate quickly and effectively.

    21:30 – How to define decision spaces that establish clear guard-rails, empowering employees to execute.

    22:30 – How do you eliminate excessive bureaucracy?

    Segment 3: Jonathan Siegel is the founder of RightCart, RightSignature, and RightScale. He is chairman and founder of Xenon Ventures.

    31:45 – Why "Do what you love and the money will follow" is bad startup advice.

    33:00 – There are different ways passion can manifest itself in your job.

    34:00 – How to recognize what should be "Passion Project" vs. a business and why that is great for some people!

    Segment 4: Barry Moltz shares how to get your business unstuck.

    40:30 – Do any of these sound familiar?

    41:15 – How to take your business to the next level.

    42:45 – What's in the Unstuck course?

    46:00 – Special offer code. To learn more visit, www.barrymoltz.com/unstuck

    Segment 5: Max Bluvband is the co-founder and CEO of AppsVillage. He is a serial entrepreneur and has founded multiple technology and mobile-focused companies.

    49:45 – How can you turn your Facebook page into a mobile app?

    51:00 – What does the app do?

    Source: Small Business Unstuck.

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