Glenn Bott shares stories and techniques he used to return from death’s door and reinvent himself. He developed Business Aikido based upon his corporate and entrepreneurial experience plus studies in aikido and personal power. From an early age he was taught to find a way to get the job done. No excuses.
Glenn was a research manager for major US Brewery for 18 years before leaving to start his own new product development business. An avid bicyclist, he suffered a severe head trauma and nearly died after being struck by a SUV. He now speaks and consults on the benefits of empowerment and your personal story. Glenn knows that powerful people acting with integrity are the core of a strong, healthy, and creative organization.
Praise for Glenn:
- . . .awesome, mind shifting
- . . .great story, great attitude
- . . .focus on what you want to expand
“. . . his presentation was excellent!”
“Excellent man with a solid vision, plan, and mission.”
“I would recommend they hear Glenn’s story”
With his (Glenn) guidance I was able in two months to shift a variety of factors in my life that were keeping me from reaching greater heights in my business. . . . and focus instead on better serving my current clients, and expecting new clients, and it has worked very well for me. . . . I would recommend Glenn to any man, woman or young adult who wants to grow.
-Dr. Patrick D.C.
“I came away personally with a few things to reconsider in my own life and business. That is the mark of a truly great talk. My only concern is how high you set the bar . . .”
“Glenn’s unique viewpoint and Business Aikido concepts have helped me grow our business and also move forward on a personal level. The information he provides is rock solid and very useful. I highly recommend Glenn to speak or consult for your organization.”
“Glenn Bott’s presentation to our organization inspired us all to be better, more conscious and productive.”
“I’ve had very positive comments from our members on the professionalism, enthusiasm and knowldege of the subject matter. It hit the correct chord for the dynamics of our group.”