speaking

Bob speaks. Like, everywhere. As a lecturer, panelist and emcee, he’s done more than 500 engagements in 37 countries on six continents but so far only one planet.

bob at lectern


That’s truly been the most engaged our group has ever been with a guest speaker.

—Kurt Vanderah, SocialMedia.org


He’s played such venues as the Kennedy Center, the U.S. Capitol, the Rainbow Room, Broadway’s Hudson Theater, the Smithsonian, Circus Circus casino, Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium (Grand Ole Opry), the United Nations, Harvard, Yale, Columbia and Princeton universities and, memorably, a Thai Kickboxing ring in Cape Town, South Africa.


Please accept the thanks of a grateful nation for your wonderful presentation on Tuesday morning. Our informal surveys suggest that you are — BY FAR — the most popular speaker the FTC has ever had.

—Federal Trade Commission Future of News Workshop


One way to get a PhD is to do a commencement speech. It only takes 14 minutes.

“Your presentation … was the Silver Bullet of commencement speeches. You heartened and frightened all of us and immortalized yourself. Spectacular job.”

—University of Michigan School of Art & Design

 


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