Wednesday Watch: Olympia LePoint

What better way to celebrate #NationalPiDay than recognizing one of the most intriguing mathematicians on the planet! Often called “The New Einstein,” Olympia LePoint is best known for her role as an award-winning rocket scientist, science entertainer and educator driving to help people overcome fear. As an internationally-recognized science leader, LePoint helped launch NASA’s Endeavour, […] Read More

Social Engineering: A Case Study on Cybersecurity

Bank, Coin Bank, Security System, Telephone
It can happen anywhere. It can happen to anyone. We know because it happened to us. Thankfully, this is not a case study on a cyber-hacking, because THANKFULLY, Executive Speakers Bureau has taken the proper steps to educate our staff, and protect our information to prevent a hack. This is a case study about social […] Read More

International Women’s Day

It’s #InternationalWomensDay! This is the day we celebrate how far we’ve come, and honor and recognize the traiblazers who came before us, who ARE us, and who will follow. Now, more than ever, there’s a strong call-to-action to #PressforProgress motivating and uniting friends, colleagues and whole communities to think, act and be gender inclusive. Executive […] Read More

Wednesday Watch: Carl Bernstein

Last week, Anderson Cooper did a special half hour with Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward on what turned out to be one of the biggest news days about Trump and his presidency. Reporting legends Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward compared the drama surrounding President Donald Trump’s White House with the scandals that plagued the Nixon […] Read More

Tuesday Tip with Chris Bashinelli: Finding Your In

Chris Bashinelli, aka “Bash,” is a United Nations speaker, Eagle Scout, National Geographic Young Explorer and host of the TV show Bridge the Gap on PBS. Bash’s unapologetic energy, humor and compassion have made him a go-to speaker everywhere from multimillion-dollar corporations to Ivy League universities, to the United Nations General Assembly Hall. He’s spoken […] Read More

Tuesday Tip: Booking a Hollywood Speaker

It’s #Oscars2018 time, which means Hollywood actors and actresses are preparing their acceptance speeches. But many of them are also motivational speakers. In today’s Tuesday Tip, Richard Schelp explains why you want to book a Hollywood speaker for your next event, and how Executive Speakers can help! To learn more visit us at or […] Read More

Building a Capacity for Resilience

Rome wasn’t built in a day. Neither was the Great Pyramid of Giza nor our capacity to withstand hardships and recover from the harshest of losses. As Ronan Tynan states in his latest keynote, “resilience is not a trait we are all born with.” It is the repeated action of getting up after we’ve been […] Read More

Wednesday Watch: Mike Eruzione

Mike Eruzione served as the captain that led the 1980 United States Olympic Hockey Team to its Gold Medal victory at Lake Placid. The highlight of the games for Mike was his winning goal against the Soviet Union in the game that stunned the world, which is now widely known as “The Miracle on Ice”. For […] Read More

Tuesday Tip: Using Event Hashtags

Using an event hashtag in your social media efforts can help you build your brand and visibility. Here are some tips on the best ways to use a hashtag for your next event. Be sure you choose something unique to your event. If everyone is branding their event in the same way, how will yours […] Read More

Wednesday Watch: Tom Koulopoulos

Tom Koulopoulos was recently voted the #2 Innovation Blogger by 42,000 innovators in 175 countries at Tom’s weekly columns in are followed by millions of readers. His insights provide an amazingly human dimension to business, technology, social, and economic trends. Drawing on more than 30 years of thought  leadership, three incredibly successful start-ups, […] Read More

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