Evolve or Die
Turn Uncertainty and Change into a Customer Revolution
In a world of growing uncertainty, change is headed your way. The choice is yours—you can be disrupted or the disruptor. The needs and habits of your customers are changing every day, and with those changes come the opportunity to evolve. Your future successes will be in direct proportion to how you adapt and anticipate change. This is why it’s so important that you rethink, reinvent and reimagine the way you serve your customers. In this presentation Robin clearly demonstrates how your attendees can become constant innovators able to adapt and embrace change.
This interactive presentation is titled after Robin’s USA Today Best Selling Book of the same name. Robin will show you how to turn disruption into advantage by anticipating the changes facing your industry.
As the founder and CEO of three companies, all of which are customer-driven, Robin has experienced first hand what it takes to adapt and reinvent in order to stay relevant. When the music industry was going through a period of massive disruption due to the digital download revolution and evolving computer technology, almost every major recording complex was forced into bankruptcy. Music distributors such as Tower Records had to shut their doors for good. Robin knew that in order to survive they were going to have to evolve, or suffer the consequence. So he began concentrating on service over technology, on creating amazing experiences for each client who recorded at Dark Horse. That journey of evolution begin over twenty years ago and today Dark Horse Recording is most one of the most successful studio complexes in the world.
In this keynote Robin will present you with actionable steps you can take immediately to adapt to the ever-changing needs of your customers. Unless you want your business to go the way of the dinosaur, it’s time to Evolve Or Die!
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We have hired many brand name speakers, but rarely have we brought back someone twice. You were great! Your presentation was fresh, unexpected, and our attendees loved it.
Susan Fenner, PhD
Thank you so much for joining us in Tampa for the 2007 IAAP convention and education forum. Our 1,874 attendees left on an emotional and educational high! What a perfect way to begin the 2007-2008 IAAP year. You have exceeded my expectations!
You captured everyone’s attention for 75 minutes by delivering a presentation that was fresh, inspirational, and high energy. The moral of your story was about combining great service and a great experience for clients to attain success. Through charming stories and music, Robin’s story will truly capture your audience.
Robin, Thank you so much for speaking at our 2010 KLC Conference & Expo. According to our survey, you were a hit with our attendees! Thank you for agreeing to stay after your presentation to sign your new book, ‘Evolve or Die’. It was a pleasure working with you and I hope we can work together again in the future.
After the previous day’s financial reporting/forecasting, your upbeat, calming, and life-affirming presentation was the balm needed to remind them that they are not alone and that with vision and perseverance, the outcome will be positive. I thank you for your professionalism, passion, and great talent and hope that we can work together again in the future.
Steven Fischer, CRB, CRS
Robin truly understood the challenges facing the real estate industry at this time, and we loved the way he incorporated our key themes and takeaways into his leadership presentation. He has given us the impetus to try harder, to be better than we are today, and that nothing is impossible; no dream is out of reach.
Joy Wierwille, CMP
It was a delight having you as our keynote speaker. Our attendees commented on how impressed they were that you sat through our General Session and listened as a student. You helped make my job easier. Many years ago I was challenged to touch ‘people´s clay’ in a positive way. Robin, you made a great impression on ‘our clay.’
Rex D. Huffman
Robin, your keynote at our DBIA National Conference was superb! The music after each motivational piece was a great way to reflect on your message. Feedback from our membership has been extremely positive, and as Conference Planning Committee Chair, I’ve received personal kudos as well. Thanks for making me look good, Robin.
Lise Bujold, CMM
Robin, your message hit home for everyone because we all forget, in the midst of business, to focus on our beliefs, priorities, and true passions. You brought it all back to us, and the intensity of your relationship with your guitar inspires beyond words. Thank you for making a difference.
To simply say Great Job, Excellent, or Home Run seems rather trite. You were absolutely outstanding! You touched thousands of lives and you met all the facets of our mission statement. You helped create an environment that caused our meeting to be Unbelievable!
Todd W. Thomas
At a time when many in our group were struggling to overcome an economic recession, you lifted them up and gave a new perspective on the opportunities waiting for them. Your desire to succeed for our group was obvious from the first conversation until the last remaining attendee in line received your autograph at the book signing.
Gregory B. Anderson
I have been a meeting planner for 13 years, but not until Robin have I witnessed this type of reaction to a keynote. What kind of speaker is ever asked for an encore? They wouldn’t let him go. After three standing ovations, it became clear that Robin’s blend of inspiration and entertainment was a great combination for our members.
While I expected a great performance, I didn’t expect you to steal the show! You were fantastic! Your presentation was the exact balance of education, entertainment, and energy that I was looking for. You have my heartfelt gratitude for helping make the NAPMA World Conference our best convention ever!