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Boldness is a Superpower, and You Can Learn It
The Superbold Leadership Keynote
Fred takes his experiences having run 1-800-DENTIST® which, over thirty years, generated over a billion dollars in revenue, and combines it with the principles he’s created in Superbold to transform your team and grow your profits.
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Superbold: The Book
Superbold gives you a systematic, step-by-step approach that can take you to a surprising level of boldness in as little as ninety days. Ready to stop living a life of regrets and missed opportunities? It’s all possible—faster than you think.
Bold individuals seize life in remarkable, almost unbelievable ways. They succeed in business, in careers, and in love, and they have a great time doing it. Bold people walk up to supermodels and ask them to dance. They stand in front of audiences and tell jokes.
They start companies. They run for president.
What surprises most people is that boldness can be taught. Fred Joyal started as an extremely shy person, too timid even to make a phone call, and transformed himself into someone who has done stand-up and improv comedy, spoken to audiences of 5,000 or more, met dozens of celebrities, and, just by being bold, found love, joy, passion, and success.
And he can teach you how.
Fred Joyal is an author, speaker, entrepreneur, and business advisor. Along with a lucrative career in advertising and marketing, he co-founded the most successful dentist referral service in the country, 1-800-DENTIST, which, over 30 years, generated over $1 billion in revenue. Along with Superbold, he has written two books on dental marketing, dabbled in stand-up and improv comedy, acted in bad movies and excellent TV commercials, and visited over forty-four countries around the world.
He has an honorary Doctor of Arts degree from the University of Rhode Island, perhaps because of his generous donations. He once beat Sir Richard Branson in chess and was also a question on Jeopardy. He is an avid cyclist, a below-average tennis player, and an even worse golfer.