Michael Buzinski is a life-long entrepreneur, digital marketing thought leader, and best-selling author. Dubbed a “visionary marketer” by the American Marketing Association, Michael’s sole mission is to reduce the prevalence of entrepreneurial poverty in the US. Buzz, as most call him, has simplified digital marketing success with the Rule of 26 to help business owners avoid the time drain and frustration of managing profitable digital marketing campaigns.
Wes Cipolla is an award-winning freelance journalist based in Berks County, Pennsylvania. Cipolla is not ashamed to be on the autism spectrum, and he believes that it has led him to this career path.
He has written professionally since the age of 14, was the editor in chief of the newspaper at Albright College, which he graduated from Summa Cum Laude a year early.
Autism has given Wesley an intense focus and attention to detail that he uses when writing. For an autistic person, the structure and routine of journalism makes it a perfect fit. He is used to juggling multiple tasks at once and doing repetitive actions, and being a freelance writer requires just that.
A business coach specializing in emotional health, mindset, and the psychology of business, Heather helps introverts, empaths, HSP, or those who struggle with anxiety show up powerfully and comfortably in their business by creating radical emotional and mindset transformations. She is also a foodie, cat-lover, personal development, and self-care enthusiast.
Paul is a keynote speaker, board advisor, and international bestselling author and the founder of Peripheral Thinkers™— a collaborative where leaders learn, share, and apply lessons that change the trajectory of industries worldwide. His unique perspectives on challenging conventions and creating unlimited paths to success have influenced companies including GE, UnitedHealthcare, WebMD, and AT&T. Paul’s achievements as an executive, entrepreneur, board advisor, inventor, author, and speaker span clients in two dozen industries and 27 countries and generated more than $2.5 billion in new annual revenue