- The Power of Influence: Increase Your Influence & Your Impact
- The Power of Storytelling: Selling Through Storytelling
- Present Like a Pro: Increase Your Personal Impact With Your Clients
Communications | Leadership | Inspiration | Personal Development
When Ty Bennett was 21 years old, he and his brother Scott started a business in direct sales, which they built to over $20 million in annual revenue while still in their twenties. As a young entrepreneur, Ty continues to engage his team's focus to grow sales. He has developed over 500 sales managers globally with sales and leadership in 37 countries. In his talks, Ty uses the power of influence and storytelling to provide audiences with tangible techniques that will increase their influence and their impact as leaders and as salespeople.
With a natural ability to engage and empower others, Ty draws on his experience in the trenches to share real and tangible techniques about the principles of leadership that continue to create his success. The founder of Leadership Inc., who has been featured as one of the Top 40 Under 40, Ty is a young fresh voice providing interactive presentations that are engaging, dynamic and inspiring.
His clients include some of the most recognizable brands in the world such as: Coca-Cola, Subway, Wounded Warrior Project, Blue Cross Blue Shield and ReMax.
Ty Bennett has shared the stage with celebrities, Olympians and world-renowned thought leaders such as President Bush and President Clinton.
BOOKS Search For A Book
- The Power of Influence (2010)
- Goal Achievement (2009)
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