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I travel to speak across the country and around the world.  I rarely work in my home state of Colorado.  But living in Denver, I often wonder why I don’t work here more.  There are a ton of awesome resorts used by corporate events in the mountains.  There is the Colorado Convention Center here in Denver.  And we’re just giant steps from huge events in the front range (e.g.  Colorado Springs and Fort Collins.)

The sentence, “You’re never a hero in your own home town” comes to mind.Colorado Speaker

Why hire a speaker who LIVES in Colorado for your event which just happens to be here?  I think it really comes down to  savings and reliability.

First, you save on travel.  No hotel or airfare. That’s often about $1,000 right there.

I am proud to say that I’ve only missed one event in 25+ years due to weather.  But that doesn’t mean that my clients haven’t worried about weather.  Delays and transportation issues are worrisome.   If you book a speaker who LIVES in the same town as your event, you take one huge worry off your list.  You KNOW your speaker will be there.  No problem.

Call us today and we’ll talk about how to ramp up your convention or meeting — which just happens to be in Colorado — with a customize, funny, and totally relevant motivational speaker.  Me.

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Colorado Speaker Brad Montgomery

Over A Billion Sold

Hey!  Look here!  I just had the good luck to work for a bunch of general managers and managers — and an assortment of other leaders — from this organization that serves about 2,000 meals a day.  (Per restaurant.)

It’s impressive.  I was totally taken with their drive, creativity and plain old zest for success. It was a very fun, hard working group of people that needed a laugh, and some ideas about motivating themselves AND their teams.

Guess what?  They seemed to like me as much as I liked them. Aw shucks!

Check out what they had to say.

Are you looking for a motivational speaker who can rock your group?  A keynote that will get your people up and ready to lead themselves and their teams to where they need to go?  Looking for a motivational speaker for your event?   <a href=””>Contact me here</a>.

Aw Shucks. A Client Made Me Cry | Motivational Speaker Joy!

I love my job for 1 million reasons. Or at least two dozen reasons.… But I rounded up.

One of the absolutely coolest things about being a motivational speaker is that occasionally you get some feedback totally makes your day. What follows is some feedback that made my year.

I worked six months ago for a very cool person in a school district in Wisconsin. They wanted a motivational speaker to prepare their entire staff for the arrival of the students. I think I might have been there one day before the students started school.

I totally remember the event. It was a great audience; I felt good about my presentation.

But check out the email I just got from my meeting planner Laura. It absolutely maybe Tara… Or maybe it was dust in my eyes. I will never tell.

Hi Brad,

Just thought you would want to know….

As I was walking through the elementary school this morning I came uponmotivational speakera third grade teacher putting up smiley faces over each student’s locker. As I got closer, I realized that each smiley face had a quote from you (Brad Montgomery) at the bottom. Along with your quote, each face had a personalized message for every student on it. When I asked the teacher, “What are you doing?” She said that all of the teachers are creating a personalized smiley face for every student to be hung up before the Christmas concert. Following the concert, the parents are to take them home with them. I thought you would want to see that your message is alive and well here in Medford. (See attached pics)

I still have staff coming up to me and saying, “The speaker you brought in was exactly what I needed!” In fact, one second grade teacher made it a point to tell me that your message had changed her outlook on life. She described herself as a complainer (which was true), and after she heard your message she had decided that she was going to turn over a new leaf and stop complaining about everything. She said she has never felt so UN-stressed as she does this year.

Last week I took a bunch of high school teachers to a conference. One of them stated that she so enjoyed your message that she thought I should continue the theme into January’s inservice. That’s when I had this idea (which of course involves you)! Would you be willing to record a short (2-3 minute) video for me to show to the staff, so that they can be reminded of the “The Happy” that you gave them in August? If so, I I think it would be the extra motivation to get them over the COLD winter months.

Thanks again! Wishing you happiness and good health. 330.png


L Lundy
Director of Curriculum and Instruction
Medford School District


Thanks Laura for taking the time to send me this note. You made my day.

(For the record I do provide follow-up videos for my clients at an additional fee. But as you might have totally guess will be sending one to Laura. It will be – and I mean this literally – my absolute pleasure.

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Brad Montgomery is a very funny motivational speaker with with some very serious ideas about getting the most out of you and those people around you. For more information or a free consultation about how Brad and create an event that is meaningful, memorable, and totally relevant to you and your people give us a call at 303.691.0726

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Is Your Motivational Speaker Any Good?

Clients call our office every day — which is very cool — trying to determine if I’m the right motivational speaker for them and their organization. There are a ton of great questions to ask any perspective professional speaker. But in the end, my best advice is this: It comes down to a) the video and b) testimonials.

Are there TONS of people willing to vouch for your speakers? Is your potential motivational speaker boasting a long — VERY long — client list?

And is your speaker captured regularly on video? Are there testimonial videos? Check your speaker’s YouTube Channel to verify that your speaker isn’t stagnant.

See this motivational speaker on Youtube

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How To Get A Job (From a Motivational Speaker)

SHOW Them Why You’re the ONE for the Job–Put on your Creative Pants!

Every small company at some point is looking to hire office help. Here’s my story, and the jobssearchlessons I learned. I put an ad on my local Craigslist for office help. In the ad I required applicants to send both a resume and a writing sample.

Anybody who sent both documents was automatically moved to the next round of consideration. We never even opened the files. The next round included a very lengthy questionnaire… We’re talking a total pain in the neck… The return e-mail was simply signed by my assistant with our web address. There were no other comments besides congratulating them for making the second round and asking them to fill in the questionnaire.

One of the questions, hidden in the middle of about forty others, was, “Tell us what you know about our founder.” Anybody who either failed to return the questionnaire, or failed to actually look up the website and read all of the details about the “founder,” was eliminated. Besides quickly skimming for the answer to that question, we didn’t give the lengthy questionnaire a single look.

Anybody who was able to find the website and actually answered the questions was sent imagesto the final round. The final round included… You guessed it… More questions! And anybody who filled out that second round of questions made it to the finals.

Okay, I admit it. We basically made applying for this job an absolute pain in the neck. Question after question, a hidden website, hoops to jump through.

The goal was to weed out applicants who weren’t that curious, who could not follow details, or showed no ability to find and take advantage of an obvious hint.

But in many ways we failed. We had to cut off applicants after only eight days. We were completely inundated with people who made it past the second hurdle.  Maybe 75 or 80 applicants.

Our goal was to have a small handful of very driven applicants. We were totally surprised to look in the folder of people who made it to the finals and realize there were 30 people there. [ However when you consider that over “400” people applied, that’s a pretty small percentage. ]

That’s a long story, but it comes with a pretty good point.

Imagine yourself looking in a folder of 30 applicant resumes; applicants you Stand-Out-FULLknow spent a significant amount of time going through a difficult process to get there. Imagine knowing that you had to open all of their resumes, their questionnaires, and their second set of questionnaires. What do you see in your mind? I can tell you what I saw here in the office: I saw 30 applicants who looked nearly alike on paper. Not a single one of them stood out.

What did I learn? I learned that if you want to stand out you’re going to have to do more than make sure that your resume doesn’t have any typos, that your writing sample has good grammar, and that you follow the directions. I learned that standing out takes a little bit of creativity… Though not much.

Here is what did NOT happen:

• We did not get any calls. (The phone number is on the website.)
• Nobody sent us anything by snail mail.
• Nobody sent us anything that we did not ask for.
• About 20% of the applicants followed up asking if we had made a decision yet. But they asked in a sterile way. Even those who followed up didn’t stand out.

So what did I want, you ask? I wanted courage, passion, energy, ambition and creativity. Not much, eh?

After watching the application process from this side of the desk, here is what I would have done to stand out. (Pick any or all of these ideas… Assuming it’s a job you really want.)

I would absolutely call. Even if it was just to say, “I sent in the required info but wanted to see if there was anything I could do to make my application stand out.”

(By the way, if the application said no calls I would ignore it.)

How about sending a video? Add it to your e-mail along with your resume and writing sample, and make it professional, courteous and short. Who could resist opening it?

Consider applying twice. You could apply once in a very formal way with your given name. Then you could apply again in a more creative way using your middle name. If the employer ever asked you about it, I would simply point out that I really want this job. I would ask the employer if anybody else had tried as hard as I tried to get this job and if that fact said anything about me.

I would work Google as hard as I could to find out details about the company. I would send an email to the president, to the president of HR, to anybody I think might listen. I would tell them that I am very eager to work with them, that I have started the application process, but that I am eager to show them that I’m willing to go the extra mile… Even to the point of writing the president. Heck, I might even send roses.

I would print out everything I had emailed, put it in a very nice envelope, and mail it old-school style to the person in charge. I might put a quick handwritten note on the cover page saying that I really wanted this job and thought that using an old fashion envelope might earn an extra look.

If possible, I would hand-deliver this letter, and work hard to get past the gatekeepers in order to put it in the hands of the person making the decisions. If I was unable to get past the gatekeeper, I would tell them why I was there, that I was trying to get my application to stand out, and beg them to let the decision-maker know that I was there in person.

I would use special formatting on my resume and all other documents. I might work with – or even hire – an artist to make it even more special. I would avoid boring colors and fonts. My paperwork would look professional and pleasing to the eye, but it would different.

In other words, I would work hard to stand out. I would do exactly what they required, and then take it up as many levels as I could. I would use the phone, snail mail, and in-person appearances (in combination or all three), regardless of whether or not they discourage these practices.

Of course, you must follow the instructions (except for the no calls one). I am amazed how many people were eliminated easily and quickly for not following the directions.

And of course, part two, make sure your resume, writing sample, whatever, is grammar perfect, spelling perfect, in every way perfect. That’s such an easy way for a potential employer to eliminate candidates. And if you get 400 resumes flooding your in-box, you’re looking for a way to eliminate some.

When looking for a job, pull on your creativity pants and wear them to the next level. Anybody can send in a resume or writing sample. And you’re not anybody. You’re the best person for the job. Now, show them why!

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How to Save Your Horrible PowerPoint Presentation

It’s horrible… but you can save it.

As a professional motivational speaker and comedian for over a quarter of a century I have strong opinions about the use of PowerPoint. And to point out the obvious…my perspective is as a presenter…not as an audience member.


In my opinion is that 95% of you… No, make that 99% of you… abuse this powerful tool. And by abuse I mean absolutely, totally, and wildly fail.

But the good news is that I have two very specific techniques that you can use to make your PowerPoint presentations not only better but quite good.

The first technique is to use fewer words. And by fewer words I mean you need to eliminate 90 to 95% of the words on your current slides. Your audience, who ever they are, is there to see YOU. Not your slides. They are not interested in JUST the information. They want some information and YOU.

If they needed JUST the information you could hand them an article. Or they could read the book. But they are there to see you and to get a sense of how you think. If you are having them read your slides – or heaven forbid if you are reading your slides for them – you are absolutely screwing up. You’re delivering information only. They could have saved a headache and just read your info at home

Answer: Put one or two words on the slide. (Yes you heard me right. One word. Maybe 3 or 4. That’s it.)

This means that if you’re talking about your mission statement you are not going to include your entire mission statement on a slide. There will be no bullets. No paragraphs. Instead you’re going to put the word “Mission.” Then the audience will turn from the screen and look at YOU, listen to YOU, and learn from YOU. And all of that is very good.

One word on a slide is a powerful technique for you to let the Farm-bureau-201271audience know exactly where you are in the program. They have a placeholder in your presentation to help them understand. But by only having one word they are forced to look at you and to listen to you; and of course that’s the purpose. You are the presenter. You are the star. If you make PowerPoint is the star just mail you might as well mail them your presentation, and stay home drinking hot chocolate in the privacy of your own jamies. (Coincidentally, that’s what I’m doing right now. Just sayin’…)

By the way, if you have bullets on your slide you have too many words. (I know that half of you reading this article just fainted. You’re ok. Get up. Shake it off. You’re fine.) Instead of the bullets put your headline with ONE word and then you’ll give the details — the stuff that would have been in the bullets — using the spoken word. You’re a presenter right? You can talk. And you should.

Trust me: you’ll put the focus back on you.

The second concrete technique you can use to improve your PowerPoint presentations is by eliminating most of your slides. Just like the number of words per slide, the number of slides per presentation has to be drastically reduced. Don’t cut out one or two slides. I’m asking you to cut out 70 or 80% of your sites. In my hour and a half motivational presentation I have exactly 20 slides. 90 minutes; 20 slides. Why? Because I’m a professional speaker; not a professional PowerPoint demonstrator. My clients hire me for me and my take on their world; they hire me because I have a unique voice and some great information; not for having a ton of slides.

Because my slides are rare they are very powerful. The audience remembers them, comments upon them, and they each add value to my presentation. My slides are good partly because there are so few of them. It’s a little like chocolate: one or two pieces is heavenly. A truckload of chocolate just makes it cheap. Over kill. (Though who among us wouldn’t like to know for sure?)

If you have so many slides that you are audience is just looking at your slides and not at you than you have clearly missed the point. Clearly your slides are more important than you are, and for my money that’s a huge mistake.

Don’t forget that people want to see you. They want your personality, your uniqueness, and your ideas. They do not want to see endless bullets and long paragraphs on your slides; they want to see you.

The main thing to remember as a presenter is to be reminded that our audiences don’t want us just for our knowledge or our information. They want us! If they want just our information they can read our website, read the article, or they can just read the stupid PowerPoint slides that we can email them.

But audiences are too hip and sophisticated now for this type of junk. It’s time to step up, put on your Big Boy Pants, and trim the number of words and slides in your presentation. (Replacing them with you and your voice and your words. I know you’re scared. Don’t be shy, be strong! You can do it.)

PowerPoint is a terrific tool. It can illustrate points, help your audience to understand where they are in your presentation, and even communicate information that is very difficult to communicate with just words. But it is nearly always used poorly. Horribly. Tragically.

But not by you.  Right?  If you use it correctly… Which means don’t over use it… You’ll be well on your way to being a master presenter.

Brad Montgomery
Motivational Speaker, Powerpoint Presenter, Funny Speaker

Read another article by Brad about his ideas for Powerpoint success here:


Brad Montgomery is a funny motivational speaker who speaks about happiness at work and how happiness can be used as a tool to increase profitability. (Oh, and he’s laugh-out-loud funny.) To learn more about Brad please visit his website Or you can visit his blog


Beer Company Speaker Creates Buzz

logoThe beer industry is complicated with a three-tier system and fifty different laws in fifty different states.  To be successful in beer, you need to thrive in change.

Because Brad helps individuals approach change-management with a positive attitude — which means greater productivity for them and their organizations.  And because Brad is funny, the message is sticky.

I recently worked for a major beer maker for their Finance Townhall. (Which I think is beer-speak for, “Important meeting for all of their finance folks.”)

I’m not sure what was coolest:

• Working for a company whose product I’ve loved since I was … er …. 21 years old.MillerCoors.113.5040
• Having the CFO call the event “Really, Really Cool!”   (Thanks Tracy!)
• Or getting a glowing referral from their Senior Director in Finance Operations.

…. what do you think?


Ok….wanna read the cool letter? Sure you do.

To whomever it may concern,MillerCoors.105.5015

We hired Brad Montgomery to speak to our entire financial team at a Town Hall here at MillerCoors. We flew in people from all over the country bringing our entire team together because we are going through a significant transition which will be difficult, exciting, and sometimes painful.

We asked Brad to help put this change into a more positive context, as there is some push-back from a few of our team members. And because the stakes are high we need to make sure our entire team is on board; we need to make sure our team is performing at its best.

The senior team members were able to meet with Brad by phone to make sure he had an excellent grasp of our over-all issues, our company, our lingo, and especially what we felt our team members needed to hear and understand. And then we more or less crossed our fingers.

As you know, there is a significant amount of risk involved MillerCoors.112.5036in bringing a speaker into such an important meeting. But I can assure you that hiring Brad Montgomery was exactly the right decision. It was a first-class presentation that hit on all of our key points and was delivered in a fresh way that helped make this the most appreciated presentation we’ve had in years.

Anyone who might have peeked in the room might easily have got the wrong impression. They would have seen everything from belly laughs to extreme interactivity to even a flash mob. They might have mistakenly thought that because our people were having fun they were not learning.

Brad did an excellent job combining his message on MillerCoors.175.5769happiness at work with our deep desire to help ease our people through these upcoming changes… And best of all he did it in his own, unique and high-energy way that made the learning fun. And we were convinced that because the delivery was so fresh the message was received in a way that never would have been possible without him.

It was a high-impact, hilarious presentation that delivered a strong business punch.

If you are reading this letter, you are considering using MillerCoors.183.5808Brad for your next meeting. You might be wondering about how anybody with his brand of humor can deliver a powerful business message. You might be wondering if your people will connect and relate to him. You might be wondering if he can create a customized message based on your needs, your organization, and your people. I’m telling you to set your mind at ease, pick up the phone, and make the call to Brad Montgomery.

Hiring Brad Montgomery was one of the smartest things we did for our meeting. Hire Brad…you’re in good hands.


Jeff Morgan
Sr. Director, Operations Finance

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I Love Soccer… And Why You Care


Not a great picture, but this is a recent picture of me on the indoor field.

There is a term called Flow which positive psychologists have more or less defined as that state of mind where you are completely engaged and thinking about nothing else. You know, that feeling you have when you are totally immersed in an activity that a parade could march by and you wouldn’t notice it. Flow is important because it’s one of the components to happiness & well-being.


My team in Mexico

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It’s amazing this team puts up with me.


An outdoor league while living in Mexico. I’m the gringo on the sidelines.


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Flow is important; and so too is our own searches for finding activities that put us in a state of flow.

I experience flow when I am playing soccer. When I am playing soccer I am thinking about a lot of things: about how out of breath I am, about how that other guy is faster than me, about how the ball is coming right at me and I need to get my foot over to it in time, and how I need to look to my left because my teammate is open but he’ll only be open for a second.

What I am not thinking about is my email, my family, my health, my problems, my business, my income, or anything at all. It’s all soccer. I am in flow. And for me it’s heaven.

So what’s this got to do with you?  I found an activity that brings me to a state of flow; and now that I’m aware that soccer makes me happy I can work to play more soccer.  Easy, right?

Your Homework: think about what activity or activities bring you to a state of complete engagement. Think hard. See if you can find more than one. Now…do those activities more.  Also easy…or at least simple.

It will make you happier. Guaranteed.

Not this Flo either.

Not this Flo Either

And any of you who have seen me as a motivational speaker know that happier people are more productive and more successful than our unhappy counterparts.

If you’re looking for a business speaker who is not only very funny but can bring specific tactics about how to be funnier in life and at work to your organization please give us a call. I might even bring a woman named Flo. Get in the Flow, Flo!


Brad Montgomery
Motivational speaker, soccer player, lover of Flo (Flow?)

REAL Motivational Speakers Hate Matt Foley & his Van Down By The River

One of the most well-known motivational speakers doesn’t exist. Matt Foley Motivational SpeakerOne of the most famous speakers in the world is a spoof character called Matt Foley created by Saturday Night Live and Chris Farley. Matt is a horrible motivational speaker; he clearly doesn’t have his own life together, is thrice divorced, and famously lives in a van Down By The River.

While attending the National Speakers Association meeting — a place where the best speakers in the world gather to network and learn — I decided to get my camera out and asked some of my peers what they thought about this fictional character. Do they feel threatened by Matt Foley?  Insulted?  Do they think it’s funny? Why is this fictional character famous years and years after the SNL episode was last aired? (Sadly, Chris Farley has since died.)

Check out the video here:

Of course, the reason the SNL sketch is so funny is that it is based on truth. Any comedian will tell you that the funniest material is material that contains strong elements of reality. Let’s admit it… There are a ton of motivational speakers who suck. They speak on everything from motivation to goal setting to wealth building… Yet they cannot rub two nickels together. Don’t get me wrong… There are motivational speakers out there who are total rock stars. I’m just saying that there are at least an equal number of motivational speakers who are anywhere from mediocre to horrible.

And our audiences know it. If there weren’t any blowhard, miserable, unsuccessful, poverty stricken, lame motivational speakers, the late night Chris Farley material would fall flat.

(By the way, when I’m part of an audience watching a motivational speaker I’m always curious about that speaker’s back story. I want to know if they’re doing well in the world and simply sharing their struggles and journey with us, or if they are a Matt Foley style fraud. Aren’t you?)

I was completely surprised there were so many professional motivational real motivational speakers on Matt Farleyspeakers who don’t know about the Saturday Night Live sketch. They have never heard of the Down By The River dude. To me this shows a complete absence of awareness of American pop culture. Yes, to be honest, this sketch is pretty old. (Foley first appeared on SNL in 1993).  But if we trust in Google… And who doesn’t?… Many people are still searching for information, video, and details about the fictional speaker.  There are numerous YouTube posts of Matt Foley.  And if they’re searching for it and posting him, that means there is — even now — a ton of interest in this fake speaker.

What’s the Point?

For me the message is clear: most Americans have doubts about matt Foley Down by the Rivermotivational speakers. They wonder if motivational speakers are more than just blowhard ambassadors of ineptitude. Which means that if I’m going to be a motivational speaker one of the first jobs I have with any client or any audience is to let them know that I am not like Matt Foley. I need to speak truthfully about what I know and don’t know … And I need to be authentic.

When I am watching a motivational speaker I don’t need them to be wildly successful. They do not need to have climbed a mountain, run a Fortune 500 company, or made a fortune from scratch. All I need is for them to be authentic, present a real person, and share with me actionable ideas about how to improve myself.

What do you think?

Is Matt Foley funny?  Why?   What do you look for in a motivational speaker? Leave a comment below!  We want to know what you think!

If you’re looking for a motivational speaker for your event who does not live down by the river that I hope you will consider booking me.

Here’s the first Down By The River Sketch:

Matt Foley Motivational Speaker in Mexico (in spanish)

And one more video of Chris Farley as a funny motivational speaker
Another Down By the River Blog post about Matt Foley / Chris Farley

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Get Your People Out of Their Seats! They’ll Never Forget It!

It’s Electric! It’s Kinetic! It’s Frenetic!

What energizes your group, lifts up the mood, galvanizes action? A FLASH MOB!

What is an The?NAHU Flash Mob 2013-03-25 at 2.38.38 PM
• A Spectacle
• An out of your chair, interactive, team-building phenomena
• A fun, easy-to-learn dance designed to surprise and energize, and teach your group

How does it Work?
• A ruse gets your leadership team out of the room for 5 minutes
• Brad teaches the rest a uber -simple dance they’ll surprise themselves with.
• Your group SURPRISES your leadership team with the impromptu FLASH MOB!

But We don’t have Enough Time!
• Yeah you do. Brad has done this a lot. He’s got it down.
• Brad has a system to get this thing done in just a few minutes.

But what do we get out of having a Flash Mob?
•Watch your people start smiling and laughing.
•Watch them grab their phones and start taking photos or videos.
•Watch them text their friends and say, “You won’t believe what we’re doing!”
•Takes your meeting from dull and routine to Exciting and Spectacular!
• They learn by experience … not lecture.

Are there any Long-Term Outcomes? Of course!
• Increased Trusthire a flash mob
• Increased Teamwork
• Increased Connection

How does this Connect to Laugh-O-Nomics, Brad’s laugh-filled program designed to Connect Happiness at Work to Your Bottom Line?
• People learn better when they are excited and enthused.
• Models Lighthearted Behavior in a Safe and Trusting environment
• Demonstrates the Power of Laughter
• Teaches the Values of Fun and Fun-living (and happiness at work.)

We know what you’re thinking. You’re thinking, “No way. Not my group. NAHU Flash Mob 2013-03-25 at 2.38.38 PMWe are too serious, stuffy, & introverted to do this thing. Dance? Not us!” But you’re wrong. Brad has had groups as diverse as the “good ol’ boys” at John Deere, to some a finance group in Ohio to a bunch of insurance salesmen to a smallish leadership team at Country Kitchen Restaurants up, moving, laughing, and enjoying the spectacal. If they did it, you can bet Brad will have your group doing it.

Part of the joy is the surprise…not only of the “victims” but the surprise the entire audience enjoys when they realize what THEY just did. It’s amazing. It’s meaningful. It’s powerful. It’s 100% Brad.

Brad’s Main Flash Mob Info Page

Brad Montgomery
Motivational Speaker, Flash Mob Leader, Meeting Energizer

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