Robin Jay

Robin Jay is an award-winning filmmaker, author, speaker, and publisher. She is not just “The Queen of the Business Lunch™,” but is a Business Relationship Expert who shares the nuts-and-bolts of building profitable business relationships.

Robin’s award-winning book, The Art of the Business Lunch ~ Building Relationships Between 12 and 2 (Career Press) is in 12 languages worldwide. She is also a contributor to Chicken Soup for the Wine Lover’s Soul. Robin has been featured internationally on MSNBC-TV, Newsweek Magazine, CNN, the BBC, the New York Times, The London Financial Times, Forbes.com and other well-recognized media outlets.

In 2006, she founded the Las Vegas Convention Speakers Bureau. As president, she not only runs the bureau and coaches speakers to success, Robin also published The Power of the Platform, a series of anthologies that feature messages from today’s top motivational speakers, including Jack Canfield, Brian Tracy, and Les Brown.

Robin’s first film is The KEEPER of the KEYS - the first FUNNY personal development movie - which stars Jack Canfield, John Gray, and Marci Shimoff. Robin wrote, produced, and costars in the movie. Her goal was to empower viewers by keeping them engaged. She was thrilled when the movie won the Las Vegas International Film Festival Award for Best Independent Film and The INDIE Fest award for Best Documentary.

Her next project is tentatively titled The Secrets of the Keys, which will also be a hybrid film, featuring a fun, engaging fictional story along with expert testimonials and personal accounts from some of the top names in the self-help industry, including Brian Tracy, Mariel Hemingway, Dannion Brinkley, John Assaraf, and Don Miguel Ruiz.

For more information, please visit theKeyMovies.com.

Recent Releases

Entries by Robin Jay

Be Courageous Enough to Follow Your Dreams

I love to see people discover their passion so they can enjoy living fuller, empowered lives. I believe you will find your passion when you gather the courage to do something different. If what you are doing today does not thrill you, if you don’t spring out of bed looking forward to what each new day will hold, you owe it to yourself to make changes. Dare yourself to take action toward pursuing your true purpose. When I resigned after nearly 20 years in advertising sales to pursue my passion for writing, friends said how “brave” I was. I had… Read more.