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He's a funny keynote speaker, an entertaining motivational speaker and an inspirational storyteller - but Bob Garner is actually more than that!

Bob is a fantastic communicator who adds value to your meeting or event, through customized presentations that connect with people in a meaningful and personal, yet fun way.

His rare ability to uniquely combine empowering information - gathered from decades of research on human potential and compassion - with lessons from his own fascinating life story as a business person and entertainer, all wrapped in an eye-popping, audience interactive presentation is the reason why clients worldwide confirm that once you see Bob Garner, you'll never forget him. Neither will your group.

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Latest Blog Posts from Bob Garner

Every Book Has Its Lessons – So What Are You Reading?

November 6, 2017
Stephen King stated every book has its lesson or lessons. What are you reading and have you gleaned any lesson from what you've read?

Stephen King stated every book has its lesson or lessons. What are you reading and have you gleaned any lesson from what you’ve read?

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Don’t Give Up Your Power – Make Today Your Day of Power

October 11, 2017
The most common way for people to give up their powers is to think they din't have any.

Don’t give up your power. Today’s the day that you understand you do have power and you will use it to help you accomplish your goals and serve others. Today is the day to make a decision that no one’s going to take your power.

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That Thing You Do? Let Your Light Shine!

September 27, 2017
That thing you do that is so easy you think anyone can do it...that's you gift. That's your talent. Trust me, no one can do it as well as you do!_

You have talents and abilities that others just wished they had. Your skill set is unique to you as it encompasses everything that makes you you.

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