|CAROL GRACE ANDERSON||
THIS SPEAKER'S SET FEE PLACES HIM/HER WITHIN THE RANGE OF:
$7,500 and under
|TRAVELS FROM: Tennessee|
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SPEECH TITLES AND/OR TOPICS
- Fire Up Your Presentation!
- Fired Up Leadership
- Get Fired Up Without Burning Out!
Balanced Living | Change | Leadership | Motivation
Carol Grace Anderson is a dynamic speaker and author of the popular book: Get Fired Up...Without Burning Out!® This former Psychology teacher and performer has worked with many entertainment legends including Johnny Cash, Jimmy Buffett, Willie Nelson, and Sandra Bullock. What great stories she shares!
Along the way, Ms. Anderson has faced some big life challenges and has learned first-hand how to get fired up. She shares the solutions that get dramatic and immediate results.
Carol Anderson's FIRED-UP clients include: FedEx, State Farm, Microsoft, American Marketing Association, Century 21, American Heart Association, Harley-Davidson, First Data Corp, Coldwell Banker, National Personnel Association, Sunburst Hospitality Corp., National Nurse Managers Conference, The Mayo Clinic staff, ReMax, and Sprint, etc.
Ms. Anderson is a perfect choice to kickoff or close a conference with a rousing keynote... or to bring a bright spark to a regional meeting or workshop.
BOOKS Search For A Book
- Get Fired Up Without Burning Up!
- Some Angles Have Four Paws
- The Butterfly Factor
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