In This Podcast Episode
Billy Cox’s Bio
A talented author, speaker and success coach, Billy Cox has a message that transcends age, culture and occupation. He is the author of the 2004 book You Gotta Get in the Game, and the very popular The Dream Book, a goal setting technology that covers Seven Steps to change your life.
With over two decades of experience in sales, management, and motivating teams to their fullest potential, Billy Cox helps his audiences “raise their bar”, take control of their future and achieve a new level of peak performance. He does this by getting his participants to focus in on key areas such as people, teamwork and results.
A person who has lived what he speaks; Billy Cox worked his way to the top of every sales and management level available in the company where he started at the bottom. He eventually became president of that same company and led it to record breaking sales and productivity.
Billy’s message is customized for each group and will inspire any audience. It’s a message he has learned form his own life and one he is helping others apply to their lives. He does his homework and uses what he learns to gain rapport with all participants and leave them with much more than what they expected.
Whether it is a business executive group of 40 or a roaring convention of 4,000, Billy Cox motivates any group, blending facts, inspiration, humor, and conviction with audience participation. His high energy, passionate and down to earth style helps him leave all attendees with a meaningful experience that puts learning into action and creates measurable results for years to come.
A partial list of Billy Cox’s clients includes the United States Postal Service, Nike Inc., Living Magazine, Hertz, Hyatt, Coachman RV, Wilson, Hassett Air, the U.S. Air Force, Tyson Foods, Xerox Corporation, Mutual of Detroit Insurance Co., Konica Minolta, Pep Boys, SC Johnson, J.C. Penney, Data-Vision, Inc., Convergence Technology, North Carolina Farm Bureau, Grady White Boats, Macon County Public Schools, Country Maid, Bertram Yachts and Century 21.