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We are all on a journey. Everything we do, our wins-losses, successes, and failures are all part of the adventure. These are the life lessons the shape us into who we become as we teach the world through our stories.

Donnie's Success Champions are Ordinary People, Entrepreneurs, Veterans, First Responders, Business Owners and visionaries that have a story to tell. These champions are pure badasses plain and simple. Enjoy their stories and we all continue on our journey.

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We are all on a journey. Everything we do, our wins-losses, successes, and failures are all part of the adventure. These are the life lessons the shape us into who we become as we teach the world through our stories.

Donnie's Success Champions are Ordinary People, Entrepreneurs, Veterans, First Responders, Business Owners and visionaries that have a story to tell. These champions are pure badasses plain and simple. Enjoy their stories and we all continue on our journey.

    Pablo Gonzalez - Community Creation is the Future of Business Development

    Pablo Gonzalez - Community Creation is the Future of Business Development

    Pablo Gonzalez is obsessed with human connection, and he’s used his expertise to manage a 120 person, $15M construction business at 25, build various young professional groups for charities, and be named a Latino Leader of the Future by Latino Leaders Magazine and a Top 20 Under 40 for Brickell Magazine.

    He’s now a professional speaker and the founder and Chief Executive Connector at Connect With Pablo, a content marketing and community creation agency, proving that community creation is the future of business development.

    More than anything, he’s dying to be your friend. Welcome... Pablo Gonzalez

    What was the biggest turning point in your life?
    When my brother passed, 1,200 people showed up to his funeral, and my family was greatly buoyed by an outpouring of support that ensued. This made me realize the value of community, and set me on a path to prove it as a business model.

    Imagine you woke up tomorrow and you had to start all over what would you do different?
    I honestly have a hard time thinking there is something I could've done different that would make me any more complete than I am today. I truly believe I'm exactly where I need to be.

    I found out that my natural ability with people and tendency to be an entertainer (which was intentionally subdued by my parents growing up) is great for business, but if I had dedicated myself towards that sooner, I wouldn't have the business context I could apply it to. If I had a stricter work ethic (that I wish I had now) maybe I wouldn't have developed my people skills so acutely.

    I guess I can settle on two things-

    1. I would have become a much earlier adopter of social media if I knew what the real purpose of it was

    2. I would've made a bigger point to learn to surf sooner



    Linkedin Profile
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/pablo-gonzalez-4333b42/

    Facebook
    https://www.facebook.com/pabloantoniogonzalez

    Instagram
    https://www.instagram.com/connectwithpablo/

    Twitter
    https://twitter.com/BuildConscience (really not active on it)

    Youtube Channel
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbx9yJRhDpBvAeKJ3u2zo9Q

    Do you have anything you would like to promote? Book, Podcast, workshop...
    My podcast- Chief Executive Connector

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    Gina Trimarco & Rachel Pitts - Women Your Mother Warned You About

    Gina Trimarco & Rachel Pitts - Women Your Mother Warned You About

    Women Your Mother Warned You About™ is the podcast that makes business sexy again. Co-hosted by Gina Trimarco and Rachel Pitts (formerly Tipton), the show is a blend of best business practices and “real life” hacks, filled with laughter, practical advice, random chatter and some serious moments. Add to the mix the occasional guests and special segments, such as “That’s What He Said” (featuring the male point of view). Gina and Rachel stress “we love men”. This is a show for women and men, while embracing all things female – from body image issues and mom challenges to how to show value in a sales conversation while wearing the best shade of lipstick. The goal of their podcast is to break down all types of barriers in business and life, making money while making others happy … and laughing as much as possible while they do it.

    Meet Gina Trimarco and Rachel Pitts (formerly Tipton), two sales pros who are smart, real, vivacious, bold, not bad to look at and not afraid to say what they think … sometimes saying things BEFORE they think. These two came together several years ago when Gina was Rachel’s business coach. They became instant friends as their dynamic personalities not only raise the energy in a room together, but also take some people by surprise. They’ve traveled parallel journeys as performers and business women who have both lived interesting lives, with amazing wins and losses along the way. What makes them so similar is their resilience and optimism, with a desire to lift others up while telling them to put on their big girl (or boy) panties. Their show will (usually) make you laugh so hard at their commentary, that you’ll most likely need some new panties (or boxer briefs)!

    Rachel Pitts:
    “Before anything else, I’m Roxie’s mom,” says Rachel Pitts (formerly Tipton). Born into a large family in Martinsville, Virginia, her original dream was to be a dancer. That very first dance class led her to an exciting career on television, screen, and stage that took her to several countries and on endless crazy adventures. Her motto has always been: “Entertain. Inform. Inspire.” Before Facebook even existed, she used to post inspirational posts outside her door at the performing arts high school she attended. Rachel is the type of woman who has always had more than one thing going at a time.

    Throughout her early career, always holding at least one other job outside of performing, she fell in love with business, sales, and marketing. When Roxie was born, she tried to “grow up” and get a “real job” by getting her real estate license in 2009, just as the housing market was starting to recover. And for several years she owned a fitness business since her long dance career gave her a thorough knowledge of the human body.

    Recently married to Felix, Rachel loves to travel with her family. She plays the piano and guitar, speaks French, and was once a magician’s assistant. One thing is for sure, Rachel hardly ever stops her relentless forward commotion. “It’s too much fun!” she exclaims. She is a Realtor with BRG in Myrtle Beach, who has now made the shift to US Mortgage to work on the lender side, still performs from time to time, and always has something new up her sleeve.

    Rachel is a survivor with incredible resilience. She reveals how she made it through some tough moments in her past in her first book, The Gift of Wreckage which can be found on Amazon at https://buff.ly/2CskGv7

    Gina Trimarco:
    Gina Trimarco is a native of Chicago and CEO/Founder of Pivot10 Results and Carolina Improv Company. She has 25+ years of experience in marketing, sales, operations and people training. Gina combines street smarts and improv comedy skills with her experience in the corporate and entrepreneurial worlds, which sets her apart from her competition.

    When the economy crashed in 2008 she

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    Billy Samoa Saleebey - The Separating Factor in Success is Grit

    Billy Samoa Saleebey - The Separating Factor in Success is Grit

    Billy Samoa Saleebey has led learning and development organizations for some of the most disruptive companies in the world, most recently Tesla, where he was Head of Global Sales & Product Training. He is currently President & Founder of Insight Media and host of the business podcast Insight Out. He is also an award winning filmmaker and the director of the feature film Rolling. He has a highly engaged following on LinkedIn where his content has amassed over a half a million organic views.


    What was the biggest turning point in your life?
    Transitioning to sales from filmmaking

    Imagine you woke up tomorrow and you had to start all over what would you do different?
    Spend more time planning with trusted advisors before attempting to execute.

    Linkedin Profile
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/billysamoasaleebey/

    Facebook
    https://www.facebook.com/billysaleebey

    Instagram
    https://www.instagram.com/billybelieve/

    Twitter
    https://twitter.com/BillySamoa

    Youtube Channel
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCjQ9RSxYqDS4_VxBHNyQJw?view_as=subscriber

    Do you have anything you would like to promote? Book, Podcast, workshop...
    My podcast - Insight Out

    http://insightoutshow.com

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    Wendy Maybury - How Comedy Helps You Show Up Authentically

    Wendy Maybury - How Comedy Helps You Show Up Authentically

    Wendy Maybury grew up all over the US as a military brat which means- she learned to make friends fast because in two weeks, she was probably moving.

    Her report card always said "She talks too much" Someone should have figured out I need to be a comedian.

    She signed with Stand Up Records and her first album "She's Not from Around Here" will be released on June 26 2020.

    Wendy is also the producer of "Day Drinking with Mom" a show that offers comedy, sympathy and some drinks to help Moms relax and enjoy the roller coaster of parenting

    What was the biggest turning point in your life?
    Losing 160 pounds and having a skinny girl rumspringa and making a baby.

    Imagine you woke up tomorrow and you had to start all over what would you do different?
    I would have done comedy right away--- although maybe all the crazy crap that happened to me made me do comedy?

    Also I probably shouldn't do anything that would make me not have my kid-- he's the best.

    Linkedin Profile
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/wendy-maybury/

    Facebook
    facebook.com/wendycomedy

    Instagram
    wendymay

    Twitter
    wendymay

    Youtube Channel
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAl7ua7TMd2X_OvJpGzB97A?view_as=subscriber.

    Do you have anything you would like to promote? Book, Podcast, workshop...
    My album! "She's Not From Around Here" On the Stand-Up! Record label. Drops June 26th in Pre-Order now.

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    Wilson Bautista - Influence Without Authority

    Wilson Bautista - Influence Without Authority

    Wilson Bautista is a retired military officer who is currently the founder of the consulting firm Jün Cyber. His expertise is in the domains of InfoSec leadership, policy, architecture, compliance, and risk. He holds multiple InfoSec and IT certifications as well as a Masters Degree in Information Systems from Boston University. He is an INTP on the Myers-Brigg Type Indicator test with a Driver-Driver personality. As a practitioner of Agile and SecDevOps, he develops innovative, integrated, enterprise-scale cybersecurity solutions that provide high value to businesses. He is the author of "practical Cyber Intelligence" and "Finding Your Career in Cybersecurity"

    What was the biggest turning point in your life?
    It was transitioning into the civilian world expectantly. I was planning on staying in after I commissioned and due to circumstances, had to leave active service.

    Imagine you woke up tomorrow and you had to start all over what would you do differently?
    I'm not actually sure I would do anything different. I appreciate all of the hard lessons learned along the way. Going through these trials have made me the person I am today.

    ww.juncyber-ed.com

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    Dana Pharant - Your Inner Dominatrix

    Dana Pharant - Your Inner Dominatrix

    Becoming a badass in life and business requires you to stand in your power and be super comfy with being unique! Dana Pharant knows ALL about standing out and being unique. Her personal brand of the Inner Dominatrix pushes people out of their comfort zone, challenges their preconceived notions and has them stepping into a fierce determination to rock their Bold, Sexy Fun-Filled Lives!

    What was the biggest turning point in your life?
    2006, I finally stopped talking about leaving, packed a bag and left the house to finally begin the separation process from my ex.

    I stopped looking for someone or something outside of myself tell me who I was or what I needed to do.

    This process was about reclaiming and authentic empowerment and lead me to a deeper healing in the most unusual place....the dungeon.

    Imagine you woke up tomorrow and you had to start all over what would you do differently?
    I would have leaned in harder to my edgy button-pushing brand, and focused on the US market earlier.

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