M. Curtis McCoy is a serial entrepreneur, innovator, and business development expert. Curtis enjoys mountain biking throughout the Colorado Grand Valley with a group of local business leaders and successful entrepreneurs. In his personal life, Curtis overcame some of the most challenging circumstances imaginable. Since being diagnosed with Type-1 diabetes at 2 years old, he has survived regular seizures, multiple comas, a malignant brain tumor (glioblastoma), and recurring memory issues. From a difficult childhood to cutthroat business partners, the odds seemed stacked against him from the start. In spite of these challenges, Curtis built several successful businesses including Best Cellular, a phone company which serves prepaid wireless customers nationwide.

In 2015 M. Curtis McCoy launched the “Success, Motivation & Inspiration” blog and social media groups where he encourages other entrepreneurs to achieve success in their own lives. His first book of the Success, Motivation, & Inspiration series continues this goal, combining personal life lessons with inspiring interviews.

Become An Excellent Conversationalist

Become An Excellent Conversationalist

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People want to be heard. They want to feel important. They want to know that you're interested in who they are, not just their looks, their position or their bank account. In this modern age, many of us are more used to talking with our thumbs than having a heart to heart in person. Don't worry though, a discussion doesn't need to be difficult! Let's review some of the simple ways you can master the art of conversation.

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Success, Survival & Sacrifice

Success, Survival & Sacrifice

An excellent combination of interviews with successful entrepreneurs, athletes, business owners, dreamers, and overachievers who share their wisdom and insights for success. Interviews with visionary business developers, inventors, CEOs, investors, and thought leaders. This book combines a great variety of vantage points from people who have achieved success in a variety of areas.

These short interviews ask the same series of questions to successful people from many walks of life. Learn what you're doing right and how you can improve on your journey to success!

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Developing Success, Motivation & Inspiration

Developing Success, Motivation & Inspiration

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"Don’t ever give up. Just because a doctor says you’re going to die, that doesn’t mean God agrees. Anything is possible for those who decide to reach out and grab it!" - M. Curtis McCoy

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Learn to Send the Right Message

Learn to Send the Right Message

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Have you ever been misunderstood while communicating via text message, email, or social media? Why is it important that we learn how to send the right message? The majority of human communication is based on nonverbal signals. Two studies in the 1960s by Albert Mehrabian and his colleagues concluded that 93% of our communication uses nonverbal cues. Nonverbal communication splits between body language and tone of voice (55% and 38%, respectively). We communicate only 7% of our message through the words themselves. The results of this study came to be known as the 7% rule.Of course, these percentages vary for each individual. But the fact remains that we communicate a large part of any message nonverbally. Let’s discuss these aspects of communication so we can learn how to send the right message.
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