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Personally and professionally, Phillip Macko is well-versed at re-creation.
On a professional level, his successful 28-year sales career has spanned the hospitality, foodservice distribution, medical diagnostic equipment and music publishing industries. He's designed screening, hiring and training programs and has hired and trained hundreds of sales representatives from more than one dozen countries around the world. He also brings more than a decade of expertise in the areas of management, modern marketing and needs-driven communication and sales techniques. “Good habits make good salespeople”, and “good processes make great companies” – Phillip's unique career experiences enable him to drive these messages home along with providing the actions and tactics necessary to execute them.
On a personal level, Phillip is no stranger to overcoming adversity. From the tragic loss of his two brothers from a random lightening strike on the day of his youngest brother's wedding, to overcoming a 19=year relationship with prescription narcotics (due to the traumatic amputation of his left index finger). From Military Police school to being a single dad, his dialogue is frank and experience based.
Phillip has additionally teamed with Gary Guller and together they offer keynote, half and full day transformational presentations under the banner of Team Make Others Greater . Invite world-record setting Mt. Everest summiter Gary Guller and International Sales Trainer Phillip Macko to your next event for energizing and life-affirming keynotes, presentations and interactive workshops.
Phillip is the author of "Think Your Age, Don't Act It" and co-author of "Make Others Greater".
on Feb. 27, 2013 :
It's a quick read and very inspirational! I've now set mini-goals for myself. The first being, GET A PASSPORT & travel outside my country before the years end! Secondly finish a painting I've been working on since 1994 and thirdly to exercise & eat healthy! I have more mini-goals which now seem easy to accomplish after reading this book! Thanks Phil for waking me up.
(reviewed long after purchase)
on Dec. 31, 2012 :
I was truly impressed by this book. It was inspirational, interesting, and easy to keep reading to the end. The part I liked best was.... when I finished it, I felt better for having read it. A great beginning.
(reviewed the day of purchase)