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Working with Mike and TeamPossible has helped me re-energize my career, gain personal insight, and set goals I would have once thought “impossible” but now feel are perfectly attainable.Eric Hung Co-Founder at Educator.com
What’s possible for you is far beyond what you currently know.
Your automatic patterns of thought and behavior shape your leadership ability. They define what is and isn’t possible for you and your company.
Our coaching and workshops will expand what’s possible and put you on the fast track to creating the results you want.
“How To Graduate With A Profitable Business” – Wharton School of Business – February 24, 2014
“Do you know what the world’s most successful people have in common? In this session, you’ll discover everything you need to know to unlock your potential as a leader and entrepreneur right now, and to have a profitable business when you graduate. By the end of the session you’ll have taken bold actions that move you further toward your biggest dreams than you’ve ever imagined possible.”
“The Art of Personal Marketing” – Yale University – December 16, 2013
Michael and Taylor led a workshop at the Yale University Advanced Graduate Leadership Program on Monday, December 16.
“The Real Reason Startups Fail & What You Can Learn From Oprah”: DukeGEN Boston Keynote Address – November 13, 2013
Taylor gave the keynote address at the 14th Duke Global Network For Entrepreneurs networking event in Boston, hosted by Greentown Labs.
“Taylor helped me see through my excuses and start attacking barriers that have been holding me back.”
- Ariane Callender, Product Development Engineer
Career Leadership Forum New York – LOFT277 – September 28, 2013
Michael and Taylor hosted this intimate, hands-on workshop at Loft227 in Manhattan with fifty upcoming executives and entrepreneurs.
“Outstanding.” - Jake Baker, Associate Vice President, Deutsche Bank
“Got me outside my comfort zone and thinking differently.” – Eric Clauson, Deloitte