Part Dave Barry and part Dave Ramsey, Tim Miles has used common sense, kindness, and curiosity to help hundreds of good companies be more successful more quickly.
Tim started creating advertising campaigns in 1995. In the ten years that followed, he won more than 80 awards for his ideas and execution of those ideas. Then, on 11/20/05, he decided entering awards shows was kind of a silly way to measure success. When their son was diagnosed with autism in November of 2005, Tim learned pretty much everything he thought he knew about communication was wrong, and he’s made it his mission since to teach people to look at the world a little differently and separate the merely urgent from the truly important.
Tim’s paying clients help to subsidize his volunteer and fundraising efforts with more than a dozen small not-for-profit organizations. In the last five years, he’s been fortunate to speak to more than 1000 not-for-profit organizations about how there’s never been a better time to do what it is they do, but there’s never been a more important time to be good at what it is they do.
He’s the author of Good Company: Making It, Keeping It, and Being It - which went to #1 on Amazon.com’s Business & Investing, Marketing & Sales, and Small Business & Entrepreneurship charts.
To quote David Freeman, Tim took everything that made him weird as a kid and got people to pay him money for it as an adult.