While there is no perfect formula to success, leadership, and business power couple, Don Ortiz and Dina Preston-Ortiz, are sharing the collective experiences that made them successful entrepreneurs in their new book. With over 30 years of marriage, a band that has done 26 world tours in 43 different countries, and serving the United States Department of Defense Armed Forces, Don and Dina can say that they have had the good fortune of witnessing American history unfold before them.
31 Cents to 43 Countries: Hardcore Tips to Increasing Profits serves as an extensive guide to anyone who wishes to achieve success in constantly evolving environments. It gives leaders, managers, and business people exceptional insights on how to maximize resources, navigate in unfamiliar territories, and achieve a work-life balance that still guarantees growth in profits both nationally and internationally.
Being a well-traveled couple, Don and Dina have valuable and rare insights when it comes to the various business practices of multiple cultures. They have also performed and lectured on behalf of the U.S. State Department’s statecraft initiative under President Obama. Interestingly, the couple also managed to grow their own initiatives in the meetings and events industry while performing and speaking for Fortune 500 companies at home and abroad.
With the current global crisis and the inevitability of economic recession in the coming months, 31 Cents to 43 Countries: Hardcore Tips to Increasing Profits comes as a timely and very relevant guide for many business leaders who are struggling in their respective industries. The book especially teaches its readers how to thrive under difficult circumstances with specific tips on how to solve real-life problems encountered locally and overseas.
The award-winning entrepreneurial couple has received the United Nations Protection Force & US Task Force Provide Promise Distinguished Service Certificate in support of the United Nations Protection Force Peacekeeping Operations in the Republic of Croatia. They have also been awarded by the Department of Defense with Certificates of Esteem for Desert Storm and Bosnia. Recently, they were recognized on a USO monument alongside Hollywood Legends. Dr. Dina Preston-Ortiz, a business professor in her own right, also received the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD) Excellence Award in 2018 and the MCCCD Diversity Advisory Council Award of Excellence for her small business start-up program.
Don Ortiz includes recognition for Member of the Year from Meetings Professional Internationals, Sunbelt Chapter for the development of a successful ROI program. Dina is the recipient of the AACC Dale P. Parnell Faculty Distinction Recognition.
At present, Don and Dina look forward to sharing their book so many can benefit from its essential teachings. They are committed to helping raise a new generation of world and community leaders—those who are equipped and brave enough to thrive even during a global crisis. As they are both prolific motivational speakers, they are getting ready to hold a series of workshops in and out of the country to better empower people to achieve success even during a crisis.
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