Tammy Kling is a bestselling author who teaches others that “words are currency.” Her TED talk, describes how your words can change and even save lives. Tammy often coaches celebrities, athletes and CEOs through the book process.


Tammy Kling is a sought after speaker on global stages, on the subject of Legacy, and the Power of Words. As a futurist and thought leader who ignites world changers. Her TEDx talk, Words are Currency, has changed the way leaders, teens, and youth use their words.

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Tammy’s words… Change Lives


Now is the time to use your gifts as a world changer.     This morning Chi Chi Rodriguez, the legendary golfer, told me that you cannot have courage without a crisis. Courage takes extraordinary strength.      What a beautiful message. It gives me hope that whenever I face a crisis, I can dig deep and tackle it head on with the spirit of a warrior. It gives me a chance to be courageous.     This isn’t a message about writing books, even though I’m the CEO of a book company. It’s a message about legacy. We have a hybrid company where we give homeless people jobs as editors and writers, but we also do much more. We help them and also our clients, understand that their story can change the world.     I often say that “your story matters,” and it’s true.      It doesn’t matter how small you think your story is, it can change your life. If you’ve been through a rough conversation, a break up, and you’ve managed it well, or maybe you didn’t but now you’re on the other side of it, chances are that you’re ahead of many people.      Some people don’t manage those things at all. Some, like my father, end their lives because they have lost all hope.      Some, like him, lose hope that someone could ever love them. Others lose hope in becoming successful, of overcoming their mistakes, or that they have no purpose in this world. I live to create hope and legacy in others. I want to help people discover their... read more

3 Brilliant Tips You Can Use To Build Business Relationships

  Popularity matters.   It might have been a negative term in the past, drawing up images of the mean girl in high school. But that’s not what it means today. Let’s not kid ourselves. No one desires to be unpopular.     Social equity is the new currency.     And no matter who you are or what you do, sharpening your relationship skills will multiply your business and enhance your life.   The key to social equity isn’t social media. It’s social relationships. It’s building equity, investing in them.     It’s not okay for instance, to be a leader in corporate America – who isn’t able to build relationships.  Relationship building is not only necessary to lead people within the company, but in the day of social media, it is valuable to build relationship with customers as well.     In today’s intrapreneurial, socially responsible, green organization – a leader without followers is simply an executive who will soon need an updated resume.     And the same is true for entrepreneurs, or wives, or friends, or video gamers! It’s not enough to be a great gamer, for instance, without a following.   Gamers that are networking can create connections and secure sponsorships earning them $250k or more a year. Let me repeat that….gamers! As in, teens that play MineCraft or Call of Duty. Why do they make more than their parents?   Relationships.   I was invited to speak on an all male panel of business leaders, CEOs and entrepreneurs including the founder of Black House White Market, a multi-million dollar brand. The black-and-white store sells fashionable clothes for... read more

What’s Your Legacy?

When we write a book, we always begin with the end in mind. We ask a client specific questions over six weeks on telephone coaching calls. This is an intentional process for creating speeches and writing books. One of the questions I ask is: What was the best day of your life?   It’s a profound question. When you can identify the best day of your life, your voice is filled with joy and you have a lot to say. The best day of your life leads to understanding your purpose and often turns into an entire chapter. But another question we ask is:   What was the worst day of your life? That’s a question that not only leads to a chapter, but changes lives. The worst day of your life can change your life forever. It’s where destinies are made. Jennifer Mcalister survived the Boston marathon terrorist attack. Like every other mom there that day, she had worked hard to qualify, and that moment meant that her kids could experience her victory and learn from her hard work. That was a day that no one could have predicted, and it became the core of her legacy in her new book about Trust. It’s a perfect example of how you can turn your tragedy into triumph to help others. The worst day of my life is captured here in this TED talk. It changed my life. But I used it to harness the power of my calling to change lives for a thousand generations.   What’s your legacy?   ... read more
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