This guest’s mantra is “advance others to advance yourself.”
Dominique found his voice and turned out to be a pretty fun mix of introvert and extrovert. As a certified leadership expert with the John Maxwell team, he now helps people create their own little piece of immortality. From reading, Dominique understood that everyone is going through a different battle that may be invisible to the world, and they just need someone to vent. He also wants to help everyone have a voice through his podcast, Going North, in which he’s had guests starting on 17 and going all the way to 77 years old. He also reflects on networks and his own ecosystem.
Dominique is a coach that has a coach and provides coaching services to people, get to know him in this episode, and grab pen and paper! You’ll love a couple of his quotes!
About our Guest - Dominique Brightmon
Dominique "Dom" Brightmon, DTM is a certified self-leadership expert with the John Maxwell Team from Baltimore, MD that empowers and equips others to share their stories.
Because of his love for books, Dominique has written and published “Going North: Tips & Techniques to Advance Yourself”, the follow-up bestseller, "Stay The Course: The Elite Performers 7 Secret Keys to Sustainable Success" and contributing author for the bestselling book, “Crappy to Happy: Sacred Stories of Transformational Joy”. Find his writings anywhere books are sold and you’ll see how you too can become a better you.
As the host of the Going North podcast, Dom interviews diverse authors around the world to help listeners become inspired to publish books of their own and overcome the obstacles we have to face daily. Because of this podcast, Dom was listed as one of the top ten self-help podcasters in the world alongside Brendon Burchard, Gretchen Rubin, Lewis Howes, and Steve Olsher for 3 years in a row.
Whether it's humor, information, or inspiration, Dominique is sure to deliver immense value! Reach out to him to learn how you can unlock a higher level of self-worth through book writing, leadership training, and podcasting.
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