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Dave Anderson is President of LearnToLead, an international training and consulting organization based in the Los Angeles area. After a successful career running a large automotive group, Dave and his wife Rhonda started LearnToLead in 1999. He has spoken in seventeen countries, and gives presentations on average of 120 times per year. Dave is the author of fourteen books; Selling Above the Crowd, No-Nonsense Leadership, Up Your Business, the TKO Series, How to Deal with Difficult Customers, If You Don't Make Waves You'll Drown, How to Run Your Business by The Book, How to Lead by The Book, It's Not Rocket Science, and his latest, Unstoppable: Transforming Your Mindset to Create Change, Accelerate Results, and Be the Best at What You Do. He writes columns for multiple national magazines, and trains organizations in the corporate realm, athletics, non-profit and government. Dave is the host of the energetic and high-impact podcast, The Game Changer Life, that focuses on becoming more focused, more energetic, more effective and living The Game Changer Life. He is the co-founder of Matthew 25:35 Foundation, who brings food, clothing, housing, ministry and education to under-resourced people worldwide. Dave’s common sense, no-nonsense approach resonates well with audiences worldwide, who’ve become worn out by the burden of political correctness.

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