What's Klyn Have To Say


A Force to Be Reckoned With

Kyln Elsbury has CF but doesn't let that slow her down. Teaching Zoomba, blogging, writing her book, hear all about it on The Nice Guys today.

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Defining Success

How do you define success – in your business, in your family, and in your community? Our experts offer different insights into benchmarks for success for your small business. Special guests: Dale Dixon of the Better Business Bureau, Julie Babcock-Hyde with Spark Accounting Solutions, and Klyn Ellsbury of Landmark Makers.

Connected Women

Klyn Elsbury

Klyn shares her empowering and inspirational story on living with a terminal illness. Her personal journey led her to want to understand what drives entrepreneurs and athletes to success! Klyn has taken her success and motivation to the masses through motivational speeches and advocacy on behalf of others.


The Time is Now To Be All In With Your Life

Warriors, we often forget that the time we have on this earth is limited. We don’t all live life on a day to day basis, doing exactly what we want to do, all while pursuing our dreams. We say we can “do it tomorrow,” or take advantage of the idea that tomorrow will offer us the same opportunities we had today.


The Change Maker

Klyn Elsbury is one of the real change-makers of her generation! She’s written a bestselling book, taught a Zumba class, runs a recruiting firm and perhaps most incredibly has done ALL of these things while battling Cystic Fibrosis, a genetic disorder that affects mostly the lungs.


I AM _: The Untold Story of Success

I AM _: The Untold Story of Success is a blend of raw emotion and inspiring wisdom. It draws a parallel between what it means to live as if every day is your last and what it means to create a highly impactful legacy through entrepreneurship and athleticism.


Quarter Life Comeback

Growing up with Cystic Fibrosis, Klyn was given a life expectancy of 14 years. But that didn’t stop her from starting her own business. Then, after being forced to quit her career due to numerous hospitalizations, Klyn was confined to a wheelchair with her lung function plummeting below 40%.


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