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Stand Like a Superhero
by Robb On January 14, 2016

In our Train Your Brain for Success programs, we always share a fun tidbit on the importance of posture when it comes to boosting confidence and improving results.

There is a lot of research and articles out on the interwebs that discuss power poses so I’m not going to launch into a big dissertation, but suffice to say they work and they are fun to practice.

At the request of a client, I shot a brief tutorial on how to get yourself into a power pose.

I recommend that you get into position and hold it for a minimum of two minutes.  Here’s a couple of instances when/where you should think about using the “Stand Like a Superhero” move:

Before speaking in front of a group of people

Before an interview

Before a performance review

Before asking your spouse for money

Before doing ANYTHING you think you are afraid of doing

Have fun, and if it works for you shoot me an email with a picture of you standing like a Superhero.  Workshop attendees really like seeing people using this in real life!


NonProfitThrive Partnership
by Robb On January 8, 2016

Are you a Chamber or Association or Non-For Profit?  You ned to know about


They take a lot of the mundane, time consuming and non-sexy work that non-profits do and help make it a LOT easier to do your job; focus on members.

I met Nicole at the IACCE Conference in the fall.  We got to talking and with all the Chamber of Commerce business we do, it just made sense to partner up.

Check out to see what we can both do for you (Hint… It’s a big discount).

The Official Robb Zbierski Speaker’s Packet
by Robb On May 27, 2015

Robb In Action!

I often get asked what kinds of programs we can offer and what folks can expect to get out of a session. So I had my friend Danny over at Kivikko Creative put this together for me.

Click here to access my Speaker’s Packet.

Once downloaded, you can view a little more about me, a list of available programs, read testimonials from folks I have worked with in the past and find information on how to book me for your next meeting or event.


How Many Days Do You Work a Year?
by Robb On September 19, 2013

If you only worked five days a year, how well would you do your job? I had never thought about this question until this summer when I witnessed something amazing. Ever since Mother’s Day, I pose this question to people everywhere, and I have gotten a bunch of different answers. More on that in a bit, but in the mean time, Let me explain what happened on Mother’s Day. Continue reading ›

Bust Your Slump Instead of Your Rump
by Robb On June 28, 2013


Life is full of ups and downs. You land the big piece of business; you lose a bigger piece of business. Your relationship is on Cloud 9; you can’t stand to look at, let alone compliment your partner. You have a blast on vacation; you feel like work is a never ending grind. Every day is a new experience, and for a lot of folks that last instance of being stuck in a not so pretty grind can come up often and last for a LONG time. Continue reading ›

Bruce Lee Gets (Got) It!
by Robb On January 22, 2013

Last week, I was a guest instructor on the Train Your Brain Weekly Call. I was covering the topic of Managing Rapid Success and one of the first questions Jana asked me was what was my definition of success. I replied that I currently subscribe to Earl Nightingale’s definition that Success is the progressive realization of a worthy goal (or something to that effect).

We went on to discuss that the reason I prefer that definition is because there is no finish line. It always leaves me striving to achieve more, and it inspires me to keep pushing to not just hit my goals, but to blow past them. Turns out, I’m in decent company… Today, I found this post talking about Bruce Lee‘s vision of what a goal is. In case you don’t want to click through, here’s his quote,



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Six Words to Instantly Improve You
by Robb On October 22, 2012

Whenever I wake up feeling tired, sore, grouchy or just generally not great, I make it a habit of reciting six words until I believe them:

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