MOTIVATIONAL PROGRAMS

Best 35 minutes I’ve spent in a long time

That was truly the best 35 minutes I’ve spent in a very long time! I thoroughly enjoyed listening to George discuss his book, Don’t Be A Cow! I have listened to numerous “motivational speakers” in my past career life and by far I enjoyed his the best! Not only is George’s message clear and concise, but he embodies the spirit of exactly what he is discussing. Great Job!!

 

Jacquie
Alabama Forestry Association

Love George’s energy

George’s energy really helped with the early time (of the presentation). Very informative

BB & T, Auburn AL - and Tallassee Branch employees

Excellent, well put together, thanks

It was excellent, thank you.

Thanks for the smiles and focus on what is important.

Well put together and well-rounded.

BB & T, Auburn AL - and Tallassee Branch employees

Enjoyed the message, definitely motivated

Enjoyed the message of the presentation, definitely motivated to change some things in my life to ‘not be a cow!’ This was a great reminder to want to conquer the herd and find my strengths all while helping to motivate others.

Trees Columbus, Board Retreat, Columbus GA

Happiness is a choice

We are able to choose to be happy no matter the circumstances.

Columbus Consolidated Gov't - Up & Motivated, Columbus AL

Really appreciated this presentation

Thanks for taking the time to share with us your book! I really feel your book will have valuable information that will help me through my current situations.

BB&T - Auburn, AL

That was great!

… and what made it so great is that you said it so simply, that even a dumba** like me could understand it!

Greg
Tallassee Chamber of Commerce Annual Awards Banquet

Great.

Really loved the insights. Makes you understand that achieving happiness isn’t that unbelievable. Entire group enjoyed the presentation.

Gary James
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It's not a logo.

Or a building.

People are the life blood of any organization.

Employees, clients, customers, contractors, supply chains, everyone who comes in contact with folks in your company: They are your "brand advocates."

Corporate culture is no longer defined by policy and procedure, it's defined by the employees that make up your workforce.

So why not invest a little time and money to give the folks that represent you, a little more motivation, a little bit more energy and help them feel great?

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