Formerly a Ritz-Carlton Global Executive and Recruiter, Bart now shares his observations and experiences on human excellence and differentiation from the past 32 years in order to help improve and enhance behaviors for individuals and for organizations. As a motivational storyteller, he shares real-life stories through “Messages That Matter” that provide applicable takeaways and actionable ideas. Recognized among “The Top Extraordinary Minds in Sales & Marketing”, he also is a best-selling author whose book resides in the top 1% of sales on Amazon. His core message, “Most People Don’t™” is the foundation to encourage improvements in behavior. Organizations that “do” have greater engagement. Individuals that “do” have stronger relationships. Those that “do” obtain more success. While it is “Easy to BE, it is better to BECOME”. We all know what we “should do” to live, lead, sell, and service better. Learn from Bart on how to use his trademarked tool to move your “should do’s” into the “done” category.
Easy to BE, Better to BECOME
Are You A Buffalo or A Goose?
A Cheeseburger Without Cheese
“I’ve heard hundreds of speakers but Bart’s message is probably one that has resonated with me the most. I make every attempt to do what I say I’m going to do and to relish “seizing the moment.” Thank you for that, and thank you for your positive influence. Most people don’t, I hopefully do.”
“Bart is an excellent, powerful speaker. Multiple people told me they were moved to tears by his message. I believe Bart has an amazing gift when connecting with people about things that should really matter to us, both in our lives at work and our lives outside of
work. “Most People Don’t” is a clear and impactful message, and Bart’s use of storytelling makes that message stick.”
“I recently had the pleasure of hearing Bart’s “Most People Don’t” presentation in Boston. I found Bart’s topic to be perfect for our industry and I enjoyed his enthusiasm and energy! Bart brings a wealth of experience to his clients and colleagues. I will definitely be working with Bart on future meetings and
conferences, as I would like my clients to hear his message.”