12 Mar March 12, 2021 – Southwestern Companies’ Dustin Hollis, Loomly’s Co-founder Noemie Clement and Daylight Savings Time Stephen Ridella
Dustin Hollis – CEO of Southwestern Family of Companies and Author of Redefining Possible: Proven Strategies to Break Belief Barriers and Create Your New Normal
Create confidence anchors where you are building on one
victory to the next!
As chief executive officer, Dustin Hillis is leading the vision and strategy to make Southwestern Family of Companies the largest and most impactful privately-owned company worldwide by 2048. Under his leadership, the company has grown from nineteen to thirty businesses and is well on its way to reaching the aggressive goal of more than two hundred businesses in less than thirty years. Dustin is also co-founder of Southwestern Consulting and remains the head of Southwestern Coaching. His education and vast experience have made him an expert in buying, selling, and management behavior as well as how to adapt to the way people want to communicate. As a junior at the University of Tennessee, Hillis broke the more than 150-year-old, all-times sales record for Southwestern Advantage, making a profit of more than $100,000 in fourteen weeks.
Noemie Clement Co-Founder & CMO of LOOMLY
Loomly is now able to publish directly to Instagram!
Noemie Clement is the Co-Founder & CMO of LOOMLY. Loomly is a brand success platform for marketing teams that empowers marketing teams to collaborate, publish and measure. Loomly now integrates with organic posts and social ads. Noemie says “Whether you’re a freelancer looking to structure your client collaboration, a digital agency looking to gather all your projects in one place, or a brand willing to smoothen your internal processes, you will love Loomly! ”
Stephen Ridella – Director Office of Defects Investigation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) about Daylight Savings Time
In 2020 alone, there were 900 vehicle recalls
affecting 55 millions vehicles!
Dr. Stephen Ridella is Director of the Office of Defects Investigation (ODI) at the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). His office is responsible for the investigation, inspection and testing necessary to identify and correct safety-related defects in motor vehicles and equipment. ODI also oversees and manages all motor vehicle and equipment recalls from notification through completion. As we prepare for daylight savings, many Americans are reminded to conduct simple safety checks around the home, such as changing your batteries in smoke detectors. This year, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is continuing the effort to ‘spring forward’ to safety by encouraging consumers to check their vehicles for recalls. During the annual Vehicle Safety Recalls Week, and year-round, drivers are urged to utilize NHTSA’s free VIN lookup tool on NHTSA.gov and the SaferCar app.