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All about: Tim Sanders

Tim Sanders is a bestselling author, keynote speaker and consulting expert. Tim studied in Loyola Marymount University and in the graduate school of communications at the University of Arizona. He was a Yahoo! executive. He started the ValueLab group which provided understanding of Yahoo!'s customers. Tim became the Chief Solutions Officer and was promoted to Leadership Coach before leaving Yahoo!

Tim as an author

Tim Sanders became known for his first book, "Love is the Killer App" which became a New York Times and international bestseller. It advocates love as an important factor for personal and professional success. "The Likeability Factor" was his next book. Tim compares life to a popularity contest where people with a higher likeability factor would be happier. In the book, Time enumerates four factors which contributes to a person's likeability: friendliness, relevance, empathy and genuineness. Tim's third book, "Saving the World at Work," was published in 2008. It examines social responsibility as an important issue in any company and gives information on how a company has lessens its environmental footprint. Released in 2011, "Today we are Rich" is a book which is mostly based on Tim's childhood experiences and his grandmother's teachings. This books shows how building confidence is important to achieving a person's goals.

Tim as a speaker

Tim Sanders is one of the most to demand keynote speakers for corporate conventions and conferences. He speaks on topics such as making a difference in the workplace, building relationships, customer service, corporate social responsibility and sustainability. Tim adapts his talks according to the theme and objectives of the event. Thorough research is conducted on the objectives, themes and the issues affecting the organisation, the the talk is built based on the results of the research.

Tim as a consultant

Tim Sanders has acquired a vast experience with business research, sales, marketing and understanding of human behaviour. He owns a Los Angeles based company, "Deeper Media." which conducts research on human behavior, new media and business trends. Through research and meticulous analysis, Tim provides a customised solution for his clients' problems and challenges. His expertise has made him a consultant to some of the popular brands such as Victoria's Secret, Pepsi, Ford, Starbucks and Amway. Primary Resource: Timsanders.com

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