George Campbell & Jim Packard
George Campbell is the poster child for "lucrative unemployment." For 30+ years he has managed to avoid a job, all the while generating income. For a decade, he survived and thrived in the challenging world of stand-up comedy. The culmination of that experience was winning a national comedy competition, the finals held at the famous Improv in Los Angeles.
Everything changed when George came up with the idea of, "Joe Malarkey, The Worst Motivational Speaker in America." That led to a pivot into professional speaking. George brought all the skills of stand-up comedy and applied them to the staid and formal stages of corporations and associations. And it took off like a rocket. Within six years, he was featured on 60 Minutes, To Tell the Truth, the front page of the LA Times and ultimately awarded the highest honor of the National Speakers Association, induction into the Speakers Hall of Fame.
But success in other areas of his life was still elusive. Finally, George resolved to answer one simple, personal question: How is it possible for smart, capable people to know the few simple actions that would result in a better life, and yet, be unable to take those actions on a consistent basis?
The search for that answer culminated the Consistency Chain project. Whether speaking on stage, presenting information via books, or hands-on coaching, the mission is simple. Help the vast majority of consistency-challenged people to make major life progress, on a daily basis. The testimonials and success stories bear out the truth of the Consistency Chain solution. Hundreds of people have gained a degree of control and mastery that had always eluded them. It is the "user's manual" for the vast majority of people who find it impossible to fully tap their potential. More amazing: it even worked for George.
Jim Packard is the poster child for a life of consistent action. Whether it was being the top producing paper boy or turning a $500 investment into a $17 million-a-year business, he excelled every day, all day. For years. Married for more than four decades, father of two highly successful sons, Jim's consistency extended to his personal life as well. Recognized for his work in the community, he was Jaycees' Man of the Year for both his city and his state.
After selling his business to a Fortune 500 company and taking "early retirement", Jim just increased his entrepreneurial interests. He shepherded inventions through development and appeared on QVC over 25 times. Through that venue alone, he sold over a million dollars of a single product. In the area of network marketing, he was distributor of the year in two different companies, led thousands of distributors and customers, and was always a top 10 money earner.
Despite all that success, one question remained unsolved, "Why can't I get people to do what I do?" The answer eluded Jim until he met his co-author. Then he came to understand that there were fundamental differences in the way they were "wired." Not metaphorically. Real, observable differences in the pathways of the brain. The exploration of that fact led to the creation of the Consistency Chain project.