The son of the legendary Steven Covey, who wrote “The 7 Habits of Highly Successful People”, Stephen M. R. Covey is now a sought-after and compelling keynote speaker and advisor on trust, leadership, ethics, and high performance
Tim S. Grover is world-renowned for his work with elite champions; Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, Dwyane Wade, and hundreds of other NFL, MLB, NBA, and Olympic athletes.
Ed Mylett is a global keynote speaker on peak performance and is considered one of the most inspiring speakers of our time. He is also the host of the critically acclaimed and top rated podcast “MAXOUT” with Ed Mylett.
Joe Rogan is an American comedian, podcast host, and mixed martial arts color commentator.
Robin Sharma is one of the world’s premier speakers on Leadership and Personal Mastery.
Mel Robbins is the host of the new daytime syndicated talk show, The Mel Robbins Show, which airs nationwide.
Tom regularly inspires audiences of entrepreneurs, change makers and thought leaders at some of the most prestigious conferences and seminars around the world, including Abundance 360, A-fest and Freedom Fast Lane.
Eric’s spiritual walk, tenacity, and drive are the perfect example of his quote, “When you want to succeed as bad as you want to breathe, then you’ll be successful.”
World’s most renowned motivational speaker, Les Brown is a dynamic personality and highly-sought-after resource in business and professional circles for Fortune 500 CEOs looking to expand opportunity.
Cassandra Worthy is a top innovation keynote speaker and Founder & CEO of Change Enthusiasm® Global, a well-respected Growth Enablement firm serving it’s client base through keynote speaking, training, and consulting. She is a former Fortune 100 Innovation Leader, highly dynamic speaker & presenter, chemical engineer, but above all else the world’s leading expert on Change Enthusiasm®.
Booking a fantastic closing keynote speaker for your event can seem daunting when you’re starting your search. The trick to pinpointing the right closure is understanding not only what your audience wants to hear, but also finding a keynote speaker with the correct energy.
Marketing your conference or event is a lot of work. Here are some tips and a plan of action to start selling tickets, on boarding sponsors and making sure your next event is a big success.
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Booking a keynote speaker for your event can seem daunting when you’re starting your search. The trick to pinpointing the right speaker is by understanding not only what your audience wants to hear, but also finding a keynote speaker with the correct energy.
The speaking market has exploded over the last ten years, to the point where nearly every new author wants to start giving speeches at the corporate level. For a buyer of keynote speakers, it is increasingly difficult to find fresh speakers who are very good at giving presentations.
Carly Patterson captured the heart of the nation when she won the All-Around Gold Medal in Women’s Gymnastics at the 2004 Olympics. She was the first American woman to win the title in 20 years
Andreas Ekström is a futurist and commentator on digital revolution. His passion is to educate for digital equality and he aims to understand the companies and behaviours that have become culturally, technologically and commercially drivers of change at all levels of society. Andreas wants to see a world in which we share the wealth – not only financially, but also in terms of knowledge and influence.
An entrepreneur at the forefront of marketing, branding, positioning, and communicating “The Next Big Thing,” Andy Cunningham has played a key role in the launch of a number of new categories including video games; personal computers; desktop publishing; digital imaging; RISC microprocessors; software as a service; very light jets; and clean tech investing.
A recipient of the Muhammad Ali Humanitarian of the Year Award, a two-time South by Southwest Innovation Award Winner, one of Wired magazine’s “Agents of Change,” and listed as one of the most influential creative people by The Creativity 50’s, Mick Ebeling is a film, television, and commercial producer, philanthropist, technology trailblazer, author, entrepreneur, and public speaker who has won every major creative and advertising award. Raised in a family of entrepreneurs and philanthropists, he is the CEO of Not Impossible Labs, a multiple-award-winning social innovation lab and production company whose mission is to develop creative solutions to real-world problems.
On May 27th, 2016 Colin broke two mountaineering world records; he claimed the speed records for both the Seven Summits (132 days) and the Explorers Grand Slam (139 days), climbing the tallest mountain on each continent and skiing the last degree of latitude to the North and South Poles. These world records are part of a larger venture coined BEYOND 7/2.