Alicia Meneses Maples is internationally renowned for popularizing the term “Glass Children” after delivering a TEDx talk in 2010, she now supports adult glass children through her work and has supported small business owners through their profitability journey since 2008.
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Who does Disney’s Leadership Institute call when they want input on their world-renowned Leadership Excellence Program?
Who does a 3-time NBA World Champion call for business consulting?
Who does an international tech company call to train and coach their ENTIRE sales team (C-Suite to customer facing) 6 months before a 2.1 billion dollar IPO?
Award Winning Blogger, TEDx Speaker and 15-year Founder and CEO of Brilliant SMB, Alicia Meneses Maples – that’s who.
Fondly described by her clients as “The business coach who should come with a warning label,” Alicia is known for her direct, no-nonsense business advice that pushes people out of their comfort zone into their greatness. Understanding the “how” and “why” drives Alicia to dig deeply into data, research and neuroscience to help her clients maximize their sales conversations and profitability.
Alicia had an accomplished Fortune 500 corporate career mentoring executives, leading teams and overseeing training and development at an enterprise level. After 10+ years, she launched Brilliant SMB in 2007 where her natural gifts have helped SMB founders build sustainably profitable businesses, engage in their God-given purpose and make a difference in the world for good.
Since then, Alicia has had the honor of working w enterprise clients such as Disney’s Leadership Institute, Rackspace Hosting, Dish Network, SMBs such as Saddleback Leather Company, Twang Beer Salts, Bolingo Bags, Workology and hundreds more internationally.
“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.”
Usually attributed to American Author, Mark Twain.
Gross. That feeling when a salesperson gives you an insincere compliment in a faulty attempt to build rapport. But based