Milton ParisMilton Paris, President is a Management Coach, Business Development, Sales and Marketing Consultant who brings a wealth of experience to the table as a result of building businesses for the past 40 years. He has coached/consulted CEO’s, Presidents, entrepreneurs and start-up businesses.

Milton started as a sales trainee in a manufacturing firm which he eventually purchased. He has also worked as vice-president/president of three diverse manufacturing companies. He introduced, Pronovias, a major manufacturer from Barcelona Spain into the United States and Canada. In the first year their volume was $12 million.

Milton’s insights and philosophy have also helped business people balance the appropriate levels of tenaciousness and proactivity with excellent communications and listening skills. No Company is too small or too large for him to achieve rapid results in their business development.

After graduating from Gonzaga University (Washington State) on a basketball scholarship, he served as President and Vice-President of Sales for three diverse companies with a national customer base and grew each to unprecedented levels of sales revenue.  Along the way he has had “hands-on” involvement in marketing and promotion, merchandising and product development. Milton’s philosophy is “Nothing is Impossible”.

Milton has produced and hosted two weekly radio shows, “Getting Ahead in Business”, on WCTC 1450AM and “Aim for the Sky” on WGBB Long Island. He has also written a motivational book “Two Hundred and Fifty Statements and Thoughts to Live By in Sales.”  His articles have been published in various newspapers and publications and his column “Getting Ahead” for Gannett publications. He has given presentations to organizations and professional associations on topics including sales development, strategic planning, goal development, increasing client retention, positive thinking and much more.

He was an active supporter of the North Shore Animal League while living on Long Island as well as involved in soup kitchens to feed the homeless. During the year he collects funds to for the food bank  to provide for the poor and housebound and works diligently for charitable events.

He and his wife Susan reside in Monroe Township, NJ. They have two grown sons and four grandchildren.

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Milton has always loved the West and he and his employees live and work by these values:

  1. Live each day with courage.
  2. Take pride in your work.
  3. Always finish what you start.
  4. Do what has to be done.
  5. Be tough, but fair.
  6. When you make a promise, keep it.
  7. Ride for the brand.
  8. Talk less and say more.
  9. Remember that some things aren’t for sale.
  10. Know where to draw the line.

“The Code of the West” written by author Jim Owen in Cowboy Ethics: What It Takes to Win at Life.

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