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Amy is a fantastic motivational speaker! We had her come and speak to our group and her ideas and advice were spot on!! We meet annually and will have Amy on the program every year! Great job, very uplifting and we loved your humor!!!!
Fantastic event. Paul Draper was informative and engaged with audience. First class communication prior to event.
Bill spoke at our West Jordan Chamber Breakfast of Champions. His life story he shared was incredible, it goes to show if you want something bad enough, it'll happen. Bill went through many challenges and never gave up his dream. He's a great speaker with a great personality. I would HIGHLY RECOMMEND Bill if you're looking for someone to speak at your event. "THANK YOU" again Bill!!! I would really enjoy having you speak at our Nutrition Club, it would mean a lot!!!
Steven is captivating! He speaks with great energy, humor, and is full of knowledge! Mixing stories with very usable information on paying for college, I could've listened to him for another hour. I was blown away by all the techniques he knew about paying for college--both getting money and saving money. He knows his stuff inside and out. Great speaker! I'd definitely recommend him and go hear him speak again.
Paul is one of the most authentic speakers I've been able to experience. His story of Go-Giver. Building a culture of excellence is impressive. A first hand witness to what qualities make up true leaders. Paul shares in detail what it takes to build a culture of excellence which leads to record setting results. It is a true pleasure to give Paul Anderson my highest recommendation as a keynote speaker. He will prepare, inspire and deliver in a very humble way. - Ed Quinlan, President of Corporate Alliance
As a university professor at a major Rocky Mountain university, I have had Mr. Goslin speak to many of my classes, both undergraduate and graduate, on a wide variety of topics related to his two major fields of interest: education and counseling others in distress. Every year, his address is one of the high points of the term and a great favorite with students in my class, who often mention him as one of the best motivational speakers they've ever heard. He has worked with a wide variety of populations, from gang members to CEOs, and he always leads them to a higher vision of themselves and what they can achieve. I recommend him with the greatest enthusiasm.
Camille is a standout. She spoke to three groups of high school students throughout the day and they were mesmerized. This is no easy task! She combined her passion and talent for music with relevant and inspiring information applicable to their lives. She has a knack for sharing her stories and making them deeply applicable and personal to the audience. She has presence, and out of dozens of speakers, her sessions were the ones I heard the most positive feedback on.
Cindy is an amazing speaker. She is extremely personal and left a positive impression with our audience. I highly recommend Cindy for speaking engagements.
I have known Kim Ashton for years. She has been one of the most influential woman in my life. She's a mentor, facilitator, coach as well as a great friend. Kim is reliable, trustworthy, empowering, inspiring and much more. She's a confident public speaker. She draws from her own life experiences so she can be compassionate when working with others. She has a great talent for business as well as personal coaching and facilitation. She works with her clients to determine what's next for them in business, relationships or life. I personally have benefitted from Kim's coaching and facilitation. I have learned more about business and relationships from Kim than I ever did in school. Her real life approach to her coaching and facilitation allows me to look at situations in my life from a neutral standpoint. That way I can make the best decision for me and my life's direction. Erika Merrill Customer Service Director Trainer/Facilitator, person development
Ty Foster is an entrepreneur, multi-level marketing specialist, podcast host, motivational speaker, and inspirational author of the book Navigate to Greatness. Located in Salt Lake City, Utah, Ty fulfills the role of vocational advisor to hundreds of entrepreneurs, and he is personal advisor to a wide spectrum of industries. His passionate and pointed teaching style combined with his love for people activates his audience to do "navigate to greatness" in their respective interests. Ty's ability to successfully motivate others originates from those talks his father would give him before shipping off on deployment. The framework of Navigate to Greatness is rife with naval imagery, a tribute to his father. The mantle that Ty's father ceremoniously laid on him at 5 years old has become the mantle that Ty lays upon others: it is the charge that "You are the captain of your fate. You are the master of your soul."
Clint is an AMAZING speaker who truly INSPIRES! Clint's enthusiasm is unforgettable! Clint will make you want to go, get up, follow your dreams, and make a difference! His unique and visual story telling truly motivates and captivates! He is also an Amazing drummer! I can't say enough good things about Clint! He will definitely inspire and motivate your group! You gotta get this guy today! Definitely the BEST speaker I've seen!
Andrea is one of the best speakers I have ever heard! I heard her speak at the "Worth Of One" women's Event and she was a featured speaker along with Elizabeth Smart and Kim Duncan and I say she was the best speaker out of all of them! Love her!
Thanks for making our office party a hit! What a fun time!
I have a Masters Degree in Mental Health Counseling, a Post-Masters Certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy, and a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology. I combine my learning into my Coaching techniques to provide you with a positive experience in which you will grow and learn.
Chris Esseltine is a transformation coach and motivational speaker who has developed a groundbreaking new process for personal and organizational change. Chris has coached, spoken, and held seminars across the U.S. and Canada for individuals, groups, and companies alike. His approachable style combined with his new science of change offers you what no other coach, speaker, or guru can. Call today to see what Chris can do for you. His services include life coaching, motivational speaker, business consulting, and business coaching.
Do you need a motivational/inspirational speaker? Look no further! I can provide a great time for potential clients. I have been speaking throughout the country for the past 7 Years. I cover some of the following topics: * I Am Not Lost...Finding Hope When It Is Lost * She's Got One Leg Run For the Hills * Disability Awareness * Face Plant It * How To Overcome Fears and numerous other topics. Biography Hope Bevilhymer lives up to her name. She provides hope to those who have experienced limb loss. Hope had her right leg amputated below the knee at the age of 25. Despite her own experience with limb loss, she advocates for those who have experienced amputation throughout the globe. Hope Bevilhymer was born on a snowy night in December 1976. She was born with bilateral clubfeet. The right foot was turned in and upside down. The doctors started stretching her foot at the age of 2 weeks followed by weekly castings. Her first surgery was at the age of 3 months. She continued with over 20 surgeries, stretching, casting, braces, gangrene, pain management etc. At the age of 18, Hope had a leg lengthening procedure called Ilizarov. This included metal rods through her bones, in which she turned daily, over a 2 year period of time which lengthened her leg for 2 ½ inches. The pain in her leg continued despite all of the doctors' knowledge and all other options. In June 2002, Hope had her 30th surgery, to amputate her leg below the knee. Amputation sparked a drive in Hope. She watched a documentary on landmine victims and saw the need of people in developing countries. Hope founded The Limbs of Hope Foundation in October 2003. The organization was started to collect prosthetics in the United States and ship or deliver them to developing countries. Through her experience of amputation, she realized that people were just discarding the prosthetics due to product liability laws, while developing countries could use the components. In October of 2004, Bevilhymer and two companions delivered the first 55 prosthetics in Cambodia's capital, Phnom Penh. In October 2006, Hope traveled back to Cambodia where her organization delivered more prosthetics and replaced a basketball court for individuals in Cambodia who have experienced limb loss. In June 2007, Hope traveled to a Romanian orphanage where she donated prosthetics and brought sporting equipment for the kids. In the following years, Hope continued to spread the word about limb loss. To date, The Limbs of Hope Foundation has donated over 6,000 used prosthetics across the globe. Programs The Limbs of Hope has developed since opening include: * Project Limbs - collecting and distributing prosthetics to those in need * Project H.O.P.E. (Helping Others Play Equally) - assisting those with limb loss participate in sporting activities and providing them with equipment * Project Foundation - assisting those in developing countries to have adequate care facilities for better patient care Honors In March of 2005, Hope was the youngest recipient of the Volvo For Life Awards. Hope received 2 Honors for the Volvo for Life Awards. She received the Quality of Life Award and she was named America's Greatest Hometown Hero as the grand winner of the Volvo for Life Awards. In July of 2005, Hope was again the youngest recipient of the Days of 47 Pioneer Of Progress in Education, Health And Humanitarian Award. Other awards include West Jordan City's Honoree Citizen Award. Hope is an inspirational speaker with engagements at the Global Youth Leadership Conference in Washington D.C., numerous schools, local health facilities and many business engagements. Daily Life Besides the Limbs of Hope, Hope has participated in many different activities. She was one of the lead goal tenders in the nation for sledge hockey. She pioneered the acceptance of females in the sport. In 2007, Hope tried out for the National Para Olympic Sledge Hockey team and was turned away due to the rule that it was only for men. In 2008, the United States Women's Sledge Hockey team was started. Hope participated in the 1st all women's USA National Sledge Hockey team, USA vs. Canada. Hope's impenetrable goal-tending skills won the victory. Hope retired from the sport in 2008 to pursue music, which includes drumming. Hope played drums in a band called Chopstick Sidekick Tuesday. Her band played many shows, including the Van's Warp Tour in 2010 in SLC, UT. Chopstick dissolved in 2011. Her current band, The Feros Project is currently recording their first album. She is currently writing her first book due to be out early in 2014. "I am just one person. It doesn't matter if someone lives 6 miles away or 6,000 miles away. We are the ones who can make a difference in this world." - Hope
I am an experienced professional speaker who specializes in keynote presentations. Typically I'll speak at conferences or corporate events. My specialty is in sales and motivation, though much of my material is universal and works well for a general audience. My keynote features an accompanying slide show presentation that follows my story-line. Many keynote motivational speakers are "raw-raw" style. I've a little more informational and cerebral (less cheesy) and I mix in a number of humorous stories and anecdotes. I always have a number of key takeaways that I deliver with my keynote speech. Almost always I get feedback from people who come up to me and say "Thank's Brad, you really had a couple of good points that I wrote down" or "Unique perspective Brad, thank's for sharing".
On Bob Kittell's website, you'll see him speaking in the Georgia Dome to 30,000 people and to 400 high school students in a HS assembly. Bob Kittell is a power-proven speaker who connects with students, corporate leaders and employees. He entertains with interaction, humor and energy and makes your entire event fun. Bob has spoken to audiences in over 150 cities nationally and internationally. His message of hope helps people find success in their business and personal lives. His approach motivates people to take action today and rise to a compelling vision with a crystal-clear game plan for successful living. Attendees learn how to keep getting up one more time and find the courage to keep moving forward. Bob's amazing memory methods are fun to learn. Watch as your employees' confidence skyrockets when they begin to realize the true potential of their mind. These techniques apply to whatever you want to remember. When attendees leave, they have a greater ability to remember lists, phone numbers, faces, names and other complex information.