Positive Energy.   Positive Teams.   Positive Results.

Meet award-winning author, speaker, and trainer, Brandon W. Johnson - The Positive Energy Guy™

 

Voted the #1 Global Guru in 2017 and 2018 for the Hospitality Industry 

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Keynote Speaking

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johntphoto"We have over the years invited various outside speakers into our organization to present to our leaders, staff, or both.  Without a doubt, Brandon's message of Positive Energy and HEART has had a lasting positive impact on our organization and culture.  His engaging, energetic, and humorous style is AWESOME - I highly, unequivocally recommend!"

John Tormanen, Director of Mission and HR, CHI St. Joseph's Health

Leadership Trainings

"I have worked in the personal and professional development industry for over 25 years and have attended dozens of leadership trainings. I found that the Heart of a Leader training was the most rewarding and beneficial training program I have ever experienced."

Gary Chappell, CEO of Nightingale Conant, Chicago,IL


Honored as the "Business Book of the Year"

"Brandon and Katherine are right on.  True service comes from the heart.  When leaders encourage their employees to serve from the heart, there is no telling what great magic can happen for an organization.  Hospitality from the HEART takes you on a journey that shows you these truths."

 John Christensen, CEO of Charthouse Learning and Co-author of Fish!

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Brandon's Blog

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100 ! The Magic Number

Our team here we love success! When we look at successful people in the world we like to put it on a scale of 1 to 100. With 100 being at the top, the best, the number that gets results and rewards. 80 to 99 being great, 50 to 79 being average to below average…

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The Ant and the Grasshopper (The Importance of Managing Your Resources.)

Throughout history effective leaders have always been able to manage their resources, whether it be fish, rice, gold or money. It is a natural principle that during the good times, you must save because winter will come. In Aesop’s fable the Ants and the Grasshopper, the ants spent their spring and summer working hard to…

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The Tale of the Two Wolves

Tonight I was privileged to watch a scenario that a “hidden camera” TV show producer would have loved. My son likes to look outside after he takes naps, this particular time we looked outside to see a gentleman walking to his car which was parked right in front of our house. The car was parked…

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