Meet Anthony Flynn
Author, Self-Discipline Strategist and
Anthony Flynn has been recognized by many as a Self-Discipline Strategist and Follow-Through expert. As a successful leader in the business world with numerous Fortune 100 giants (e.g. Kraft Foods, RJ Reynolds and 3M) and a pioneering executive in numerous, multi-million dollar non-profit ventures, Anthony has a proven track record for converting ideas and theories to actionable achievements. Anthony has been a featured speaker and voice before tens of thousands of people at Harvard University, Emory University, Georgia Tech, The University of Memphis, Biz1190 (Wall Street Journal syndicated radio show), TEDx, Q Conference and many additional channels that include television, radio, podcasts and keynote addresses.
He is the Author of The Execution Pipeline: A Step-by-Step Guide to Moving Your Business Idea From Dream to Reality (www.executionpipeline.com). He is also the founder of The Gifted Foundation (www.iamgifted.org) which has a mission to produce marketplace leaders from low-income communities across America. Anthony is also finalizing the launch of a newly developing brand, The Amazing CEO (http://amazingceo.com), an accelerator for CEOs and Key Executives. Anthony recently had the privilege of graduating from the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Program where he won the pitch competition for his cohort.
Anthony serves on a number of nationally renowned business and non-profit boards. He also serves as a coach and consultant to a number of high net-worth individuals, companies, professional athletes, small businesses, non-profit organizations and churches. Anthony loves spending time with his wife of 15 years along with his son and daughter. Additionally, he enjoys reading, physical fitness and mentoring emerging leaders. He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in Sales from The University of Memphis where he graduated as the Top Student in his major and he also holds a Master of Arts in Religion degree from Memphis Theological Seminary where he graduated with honors.