ORLANDO O’NEILL is a former US Army Team Leader tasked with readying new recruits for the battlefield. Now an International Business Optimization Tactician, Professional Keynote Speaker, and Philanthropist, Orlando engages business leaders, employees, students, and athletes to pivot their lives with a discipline to a tactical strong approach.
Targeting the Win/Win Position with energy and optimism, he has worked with over 2,000 private clients and corporations across myriad industries on (enter number) continents. Taking tools, he learned while in combat, Orlando encourages industry leaders and their workforces to turn uncertainty into clarity. His mission - to help audiences adopt a tactical mindset. To that end, he utilizes an interactive, approachable method to teach audiences how, to take the surprise element out of life’s daunting tasks, business and otherwise.
Using freedom and self-confidence as his mainstay premise, he speaks to the importance of an inspiring mission statement. This tact helps participants come at life with zero defects. Employing the big three: Leadership, Communication, and Execution, he rivets audiences with enthusiasm, honesty, and fun. That enthusiasm reinforces the development of a zealous gratitude for life, the ability to turn misfortune into gain, and the determination to be a go-getter. Business longevity and superior life strategies are his aims.
O’Neill is honored to have served in the military bravely working to problem solve during 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. A native of Puerto Rico, 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.
“Execution will always come before Success in the dictionary.” -Orlando O’Neill-.