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Life Matters Now

Keynote Speaker, Trainer, Corporate Entertainer

Tim has entertained and touched thousands over 25 years of speaking, training, and working with some of the largest organizations and corporations in the world. From the classroom to the boardroom Tim creates an interactive, inclusive experience that is unique to each audience. His keynotes and workshops are humorous and energizing—connecting organizations one individual at a time. Using his rare ability to relate to large groups of people on a personal level, Tim collaborates with you to build more genuine leadership, stronger teams and healthier communication into your organization’s culture.

Clients report that Tim’s ability to customize programs make him a stand out among speakers and trainers.

Tim combines powerful stories with current research to deliver a funny and profound message. The ultimate goal of his presentations is to lead people to personal insights that help them live happier, healthier and more productive lives. It all adds up to something more, something that stays with you long after he’s done speaking.

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Tim realizes you have a budget. We all do (or we should). He’s open to talking with you about your needs. Just call 616-774-7166.

The Ripple Effect of Spontaneous Generosity

We’ve all been witness to someone being nice to a complete stranger, such as opening a door, picking up a dropped item, overhearing a complement such as nice hair, lovely outfit….  And for a moment we feel good inside. However, science is showing it’s much more than warm and fuzzy. In a New York Times article on March 16, 2014 Milena Tsvetkova and Michael Macy, from Cornell University concluded “that observing an act of kindness is likely to play an important role in setting a cascade of generosity in motion.” In December of 2012 in Winnipeg at a Tim Horton’s Coffee Shop drive-through, a customer paid for her order and picked up the tab for the stranger in the car …

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