ORLANDO O’NEILL is an International Business Optimization Tactician, Professional Keynote Speaker and Philanthropist. While in combat, he discovered his gift for speaking and motivating 20 years ago when he served in the US Army as a Team Leader. As a Business Optimization Tactician, he has empowered and worked with over 2,000 clients and corporations across many continents worldwide.
What do you get from Orlando’s interactive message to business leaders, employees, schools, athletes and any group?
- Take the surprise element out of most things by adopting a tactical mentality.
- How to turn uncertainty into clarity and misfortune into gain.
- The importance and significance of your mission statement and how it helps you live a “Zero Defects” life
- How to utilize the “Win, Win Situation” process to help others and yourself.
- “The Airplane Oxygen Mask Philosophy of Life”.
- How to embrace where you are and how to develop a zealous gratitude for life.
- The three pillars of success: Leadership, Communication and Execution.
Orlando’s message is about freedom and confidence. The freedom and confidence that comes from making the best decision without having all of the facts…that’s the difference between a hopeful individual and a determined and enthusiastic go-getter and that’s what he calls being “tactical strong.”
Orlando is a native of Puerto Rico and left his beloved Island at the age of 18. He is a graduate of the University of Connecticut, where he earned a B.A. in Political Science and Pre-Law with minors in History, Philosophy and Spanish. Orlando is a family man with a devotion to God. An athlete and competitor by nature, he enjoys extreme activities and according to him… “Pushing yourself is not an option but a way of life instead.” O’Neill is honored to have served as a U.S. Army team leader deployed to multiple operations worldwide. He is a certified self-defense instructor in several disciplines and an executive protection specialist. O’Neill was the “Citizen of the Year” in 2009 for the City of Richmond and devoted over four years as a volunteer for the Fort Bend Women’s Shelter as a Self-Defense instructor where he helped countless of women.
“Execution will always come before Success in the dictionary.”