Today we are going to talk with Extreme sports athlete in freestyle BMX, Dennis Langlais. He traveled the world and had raving fans…But he started out wanting to be a baseball star. BMX started to take its toll on his body and life, so he retired from BMX and is now the host of the 5 Minute Bark Podcast, where Dennis talks with Entrepreneurs and “has conversations that share meaning with major shifts in thinking – that lead to highly effective execution!” You should definitely be a subscriber to his podcast…you will learn something from every episode.
Dennis is the founder of TEAM Codie Dog and provides tools utilizing a sense of TEAM work and practice just like practicing in sports will make you better, he is there to assist you in seeking excellence, whether personally or in your professional life…
He is a motivational speaker who will get your crowd to undergo a transformation, motivation and to “get what you want because if you don’t, somebody else will.”
Help me welcome to the program, Dennis Langlais….Dennis, thank you for taking the time out of your schedule to join us today!
Ok, the first question I ask, every time, is tell us, “Who is Dennis Langlais?”
Now, briefly, I want to cover where you came from and how you got to where you are today…
You started as a baseball player, training to play baseball, correct? OK, gives us your transition to extreme BMX?
How long did you do BMX?
What made you decide to retire from BMX?
How did you decide you wanted to be a motivational speaker?
How did you come up with the name “TEAM Codie Dog” and what does it mean?
You train people now in how to “Nail their Trick.” Explain what you mean by that and how they can accomplish it?
I have to ask you to tell us how you ended up being on the Grant Cardone show?
One of the pitfalls of entrepreneurship is finances – especially in the beginning. You experienced some major challenges when you started out – how did you overcome them and how do you train others to do the same?
Tell us about your podcast, the “Five Minute Bark Podcast.” Let’s start with how you selected that name?
You have interviewed some major celebrities in the process. Do you rely on your fame as a way to get pass their doorkeeper and get them to come on your program?
In your coaching programs for entrepreneur’s, in your speaking events, etc., how do you get your audience to “go for the next level” of whatever it is you are speaking about?
Dennis, I want to thank you again for coming on our program today. I know the information you have shared will inspire many of our listeners to “keep training until they NAIL IT” – amen.
If someone wanted to reach out to you, ask you a question, ask about your training programs or to invite to speak at a conference – or do an interview such as this, how can they do that?
Training Program: Benefits Building Influence in Your Niche Market:
As a professional athlete, business owner, and now a podcaster I have experienced influence in three industries and how that can lead to connections, fringe benefits, sponsors, sales and most of higher profits.
As featured on Grant Cardone’s “ASK THE PRO” I have created a step by step course with strategies to go from beginner to global with little to no money or influence. I can share extensively some strategies I have come up with and many I. have learned from guests on my podcast.
We can start with the basics of getting know locally to associating with other global thinkers in your niche market.