~ Vivian Landrum
Top 12 Reasons to Hire Bill as Your Keynote Speaker
Bill is the only speaker who has won 29 Emmy Awards for Entertainment — so you’re going to hear plenty of laughter from your attendees!
Bill brings 20 years of real-life corporate leadership experience to every program. His strategies and ideas aren’t just theory — they’re field-tested and proven!
As an opening keynoter, Bill fires up your attendees and puts them in a great frame of mind for the rest of your event. They’ll walk into their subsequent sessions energized, receptive, and eager to learn.
As a closing keynoter, Bill ties it all together, reinforces your themes, and generates enthusiasm (and attendance) for your next event.
Bill shares “inside” stories about people he’s met and worked with — people your attendees know and like. People like Jerry Seinfeld, Ellen DeGeneres, Bill Nye the Science Guy — and even members of the Beatles!
Bill truly customizes each program — often incorporating your attendees’ own success stories — to make sure his message is relevant and on-target.
Bill has great keynotes and great breakout programs, so you can get way more value for your investment!
Rather than being a distraction, Bill’s movie star good looks actually enhance the educational and entertainment value of his programs!*
Bill’s programs are consistently among the highest-rated at national conventions and association meetings nationwide.
Meeting professionals just like you routinely say that Bill is one of the easiest-to-work-with speakers they’ve ever hired.
Bill is both a CSP (Certified Speaking Professional) and one of fewer than 185 current members of the Speaker Hall of Fame.
Bill’s programs create buzz before, during, and after your event. They are an experience — an experience your attendees will remember and talk about!
*Please remember that “movie star good looks” is a subjective term. Very subjective. Also, please remember that, technically, Yoda is a movie star.
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