Holly Dowling: “Here Are 5 Things You Should Do To Become a Thought Leader In Your Industry”

Aspart of our series about how to become known as a thought leader in your industry, I had the pleasure of interviewing Holly Dowling. Holly is a highly sought after award-winning global keynote speaker and inspirational thought leader. She has addressed hundreds of thousands of Fortune 500 executives around the world in the past 20 years and impacted the hearts and minds of millions in over 100 countries worldwide with her “A Celebration Of You” podcast via iHeart Radio.

Two International Authors Join In Solidarity For Families

Our children are on digital devices more than ever because of COVID19 and are placing themselves in more precarious situations. I am honored to join forces with Internet Sense First founder Charlene Doak-Gebauer to help families through this crisis by providing Charlene’s book, “The Internet: Are Children In Charge?” and inspiration from my book, “Hollyisms.” We have to own the responsibility of keeping our children safe online. Parents and caregivers are encouraged to purchase both books for guidance and support during this time and beyond.


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On this episode of “The Shine Strategy,” I’m so excited to sit with Holly Dowling, a global keynote speaker, inspirational thought leader and all-around exuberant human being. Holly has over 20 years of experience helping managers become stronger leaders, individuals achieve higher levels of performance, and companies discover new opportunities for success.

What Makes Good Employees Quit? 16 Most Common Reasons

There’s this common assumption that today’s employees, especially those of the Millennial crowd and younger (born in 1982 or after), are frequent “job-hoppers”. More specifically, that they quit / change jobs way more often than past generations did and that they are typically always on the look out for themselves and their next career step rather than staying loyal to one company.