Jon Dwoskin

Jon Dwoskin

Everyone's favorite Executive advisor, business coach, problem solver, new idea guy, strategizer, author, speaker and business builder

We’ve all heard of the horse whisperer, that man with the uncanny ability to understand what is troubling those magnificent animals. Well, Jon Dwoskin has been called the “business whisperer” for his remarkable way of advising executives. As a business coach, he helps them see how and why they have become stuck and how they can move forward. And today he is going to share some of these very concrete tips for staying motivated, rekindling your passion and increasing your bottom line. Jon has reinvented himself several times. At age 23, he created an online marketing company. This was when the internet was still in its infancy, but Jon instinctively knew it was going to be big, and he successfully sold his company two years later. He then took those instincts to real estate. After remarkable sales success, he was named regional manager of the Detroit Marcus & Millichap office. This was in August 2008 – one month before the recession hit. Despite the climate, Jon managed to build his branch into the most profitable of Marcus & Millichap’s 76 offices across the country. He expanded his team to 45 agents by strategizing, training and improving their skill sets – and holding them accountable to their business plans. That is something we’ll be learning about today. Rather than rest on his laurels, Jon went on to become chief operating officer at the Hayman Company, where he led the firm in its restructuring. And now, at age 45, Jon says he has finally made a career out of being himself. As an executive advisor and business coach, his Jon Dwoskin Experience helps executives from all walks of life become unstuck to grow their business big – or, as Jon says, “Very Big!” His book “The Think Big Movement” comes out in August, he was recently on the cover of the Detroit Jewish News, was featured in the prestigious Crain’s 40 Under 40, and was named alumnus of the year by Eastern Michigan University. He’s also a 15-year cancer survivor, devoted husband and proud father of two.

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There is no time like NOW to remove excuses, cultivate your focus, and take serious action to bring your best self forward not only to your current work environment, but to the world!