In 1978 he founded Richard S. Warn & Associates, which has been helping business owners, managers, and leaders, achieve greater success in sales, marketing, leading and team building.
He is the author of 3 books: The Miracle Minute: 52 One-Minute Guides to Practical Wisdom published in 2006; More Miracle Minutes published in 2007; and the newest book,MysticalMentor published in 2008.His weekly column The Executive Sand Trap ran in the Portland, Oregon, Daily Journal of Commerce for five years with reprints appearing nationally and internationally.
Nationally he has shared inspiring insights in over 3,000 keynotes, 900 custom training sessions and his Miracle Minute radio spots are heard by thousands in Southern California.
For 29 years, Mr. Warn delivered the opening keynotes for high school students at Business Week in Washington State. This is a one week program sharing team build skills and business principles with students. Programs were held at Gonzaga, Central Washington, Pacific Lutheran and Western Washington Universities.
Working with Difficult Mind Sets
At The Salvation Army ARC (Adult Rehabilitation Center) in Pasco, Washington he worked with street people part time for three years helping angry people put their lives together. Beginning in 2000, he has faced the same type of people at Oregon Impact, Clackamas County’s DUII Impact Panel which he facilitated.
Working with Fast Paced Action
For 3 years he was Chief Steward (the head official) for Tri-City Raceway, a NASCAR sanctioned race track in West Richland, Washington.
Top Performing Fund Raiser
In a six-week drive for a new YMCA building in Anchorage, Alaska, he raised $73,400.
Record Setting Sales Leader
While working for Burroughs Corporation he set national sales records both as a salesman and as a sales manager. As sales manager for Communications Engineering, Inc., (General Electric dealer in Anchorage, Alaska) he set additional sales records selling design build systems.
Electronics Trouble Shooter
At the close of a nine year career in electronics, he was a civilian employee of the United States Air Force. With a secret clearance and a track record to prove he knew what he was doing, he flew to remote sites in Alaska, helping local technicians solve difficult problems.
The Basic Foundation
Eagle Scout, Boy Scouts of America
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