I was interviewed in this article about the future of Facebook in 2015. I must admit it is a pretty interesting read. For most of us, when we think social media, we think Facebook. However, as we’re all well aware things changed dramatically in 2014 with the world’s biggest social media platform. From changes in […]
My friend Stephan Spencer wrote a blog post on the Huffington Post on how Meetup can help your career and personal brand. I found it super useful and thought I would share it with you. ————- Meetup.com is one of the lesser discussed social networking sites, but I’d argue it’s one of the most valuable […]
To live out loud means showing up as your authentic self, without your makeup or your toupee. It means acknowledging your shortcomings and celebrating your strengths. Living out loud means broadcasting your needs, your likes and your dislikes as they relate to your fears and frustrations. It means that you let people know exactly who […]
I was featured as an SEO Expert for a Restaurant Blog you can read the restaurant SEO tips by clicking the link below. I am pretty proud of the fact that I have now been featured or quoted in a National Training Newsletter, Entrepreneur and now this Blog. Click SEO Tips for Restaurants to […]
I am not going to lie, I have had a rough few years culminating in a very rocky 2014 and in fact like most people I have had many experiences that could be viewed as not positive in my life. When I was younger, for some reason even with all of the bad crap that […]
About The Author
Greg DiVilbiss has spent 27 years studying with Mark Victor Hansen, Tom Hopkins, Brian Tracy, Tony Robbins, Mary Omwake, Elmer Green and many others. Greg has been practicing meditation for 25 years and has focused on human potential experiences. He has studied NLP with NLP Comprehensive and The Law of Attraction with Joe Vitale.
Greg currently owns Accendo Marketing a Local Search and SEO firm, and is a partner in The Bristol Groupe a commercial real estate and investment company. Greg was the former C.O.O. for Saavi Accountability a software company that helped people with online addictions.