Johnny Quinn is a highly sought-after speaker for businesses and organizations of all sizes. He is a U.S. Olympian in the sport of bobsled and competed at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. Johnny is also a former pro football player spending time with the NFL’s Buffalo Bills, Green Bay Packers and Saskatchewan Roughriders of the CFL. Johnny has been featured on various media outlets around the world, such as: ABC, BBC, CBS, CNN, ESPN, FOX, NBC, TIME, USA Today and the Wall Street Journal.
When Johnny is not on the road speaking, he owns and operates the Johnny Quinn Insurance Agency, helping families all over the state of Texas with their insurance needs. Johnny’s newest book, PUSH: Breaking through the Barriers is available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Target. Johnny, his wife Amanda and their daughter Amelia, reside in McKinney, Texas.
Breaking Through Barriers
In order to grow, you must overcome challenges. Challenges come in different shapes and sizes for everyone. They can make you or break you. Johnny delivers straight-forward strategies to break through barriers so you can thrive at work and in life. Challenge accepted!
Think Like An Olympian
Nothing happens without taking action. Ultra-performers are men and women who find a way to get the job done with the current resources available. Johnny powerfully simplifies the elite action steps he developed in the Olympics and professional football to help everyone in your organization become and ultra-performer and win in the marketplace.
We live in a day of constant change. Whether it is economic, social, technological or regulatory, if you are not changing and adapting you will be left behind. Johnny clearly lays out a plan to develop a champion mindset giving your organization the ability to adapt to change and come out ahead of the competition.
Win On Social Media
Your customer is online. Are you participating or spectating when it comes to engaging your customer’s end goal? Learn and implement Johnny’s proven strategies to leverage social media and technology. Turn your customers into raving fans and watch your profits skyrocket.
During the Sochi Olympics, Johnny got stuck in my Olympic Village bathroom and had to break down the door. The picture of the busted bathroom door went viral and has been retweeted over 27,000 times and seen by an estimated 10 million people around the world! Johnny has been featured on ABC, CNN, CBS, Good Morning America, NBC Olympics, Fox Sports, TIME, USA Today and many other media and news outlets around the world.
Stem In Sports
Science, Technology, Engineering and Math
Today, Olympic timed events come down to 1/10,000th of a second, thanks to high tech timing devices, while high speed digital cameras catch more accurate photo finishes. Johnny discusses the critical role of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) play in the modern Olympics. Team USA has sleeker, faster bobsleds that were developed by BMW engineers. Special suits and helmets are designed to provide safety, optimal body cooling/heating, and aerodynamic qualities.
This educational message will encourage the audience to explore careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) by demonstrating how those careers are critical to all kinds of interesting applications, including the Olympics.
THE BASICS OF BITCOIN
Bitcoin is money that is digital, decentralized and scarce. Learn what problem(s) Bitcoin is solving, how to buy/store it and what the future looks like in a Bitcoin world. Johnny easily and logically explains Bitcoin in layman’s terms without needing a computer science/finance degree.
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