Houston Texas Speakers Bureau presents Theresa Behenna on How The Olympics Can Boost Your Work Performance. From Russia With Love The Winter Olympics are in full swing as the world watches athletes dreams being realized and shattered depending on their performance.… Read more »
Dallas Texas Speakers Bureau presents Dave Lieber at TEDxSMU 2013 discussing the power of storytelling.
Austin Texas Speakers Bureau presents Jim Bearden on Our Feelings & the Emotional Consequences of the Mental Choices We Make. Here’s an idea I’ve had about the scope—and the power—of the choices only we can make. It’s a 2-part idea, and I… Read more »
Dallas Texas Speakers Bureau presenter, Jim Whitt, on A Perfect Fit. As a young actor, Michael Caine was struggling to make a living. One day while in the waiting room of a casting agency, the owner asked him for his… Read more »
Dallas Texas Speakers Bureau presenter, Jim Stovall, on Underachievers. Success is a wonderful concept. It is self-defining and self-fulfilling. Once we get past our school years with standardized tests and regular percentage grades, we emerge into the adult world where,… Read more »
Houston Texas Speakers Bureau presenter, Garrison Wynn, discusses How to be an extremely influential presenter: The high-impact presentation skills of top performers. Whether you are a CEO, a professional motivational speaker, a corporate trainer, or a mom trying to get your… Read more »
Dallas Texas Speakers Bureau presenter, Larry Kryske discusses The Art of Innovation. For more information or to book Larry Kryske, a Dallas creativity speaker, to speak at your event, click here.
Austin Texas Speakers Bureau presenter, Anne Pritchard Grady, discussing The Four Letter Word That Equals Success. Four letter words have gotten a bad reputation. I’m sure you can think of a handful of them right now. There’s one four letter… Read more »
Houston Texas Speakers Bureau presenter, Dayna Steele, discussing how Second Best Won’t Get You Where You Want To Be . “Second best is good enough.” That is the saying on a coffee cup a friend received at an annual company… Read more »