Hey there, I’m Anthony Tuggle. I’m an Author, Authentic Leader, Life Coach, Motivational Speaker and Philanthropist.
Anthony Tuggle, Senior Executive, is an authentic and inspirational leader who invests in his team and sets them up for sustained success. He leads 30,000+ sales leaders and has masterfully built a culture that fosters a passion for winning. He models a “find a way” mindset in his approach to leadership and inspires his team to embrace the importance of agility. Despite the intensity and demands of the sales environment, he makes having fun a priority in his team’s pursuit of excellence. Anthony epitomizes the Investor and Liberator, setting expectations for nothing short of the best thinking and performance and holding his team accountable by giving them ownership for their results.
Anthony actively participates in fundraising and organizational events to support the personal growth and enrichment of others. In the local community, Anthony works to improve race relations through education, fostering new relationships, and mentoring. He devotes a significant amount of time mentoring millennials by cultivating their fundamental leadership skills. Anthony further supports the efforts of diverse communities by volunteering on the Board of the National Sales Network, National Kidney Foundation, Mount Vernon Presbyterian School, and Emory University Goizueta Business School.
An 18-year kidney transplant recipient, Anthony is personally committed to working towards prevention alongside the National Kidney Foundation. His story of overcoming obstacles, self-motivation and creating a winning work culture is truly inspiring.
"I'm winning even when they think I'm losing, I'm winning!"
- Anthony Tuggle
"An important trait in believing in you is having the confidence. Being confident gives you the motivation needed to get up and keep fighting no matter what you are dealing with in life. You cannot win without having confidence and truly believing that you can conquer the goal."
- Anthony Tuggle
"You either get bitter or you get better. It's that simple. You either take what has been dealt to you and allow it to make you a better person or allow it to tear you down. The choice does not belong to fate, it belongs to you"
- Josh Shipp