If I were booking a health care motivational speaker, I’d want to know if they can actually do what they say.  Wouldn’t you?

I’m just back from Tyler, Texas where I was charged with being a motivational speaker for Trinity Mother Francis Hospital and their leadership team;  Directors, Managers, & C-Level Administrators.  It was an amazing off site event.  We laughed, we cried, — ok, we didn’t really cry — and best of all, we learned.

Part of my job was to motivate these leaders to go back and in turn motivate their teams to excel at customer service.  This hospital is amazing, but recently had a key score regarding customer service drop a tiny bit.  They of course wanted to get those numbers back up…. and this is where I came in.

Check out the video here:

Thanks Tyler!   You rock Mary Mother Francis!

Are you looking for a health care speaker? A customer service speaker? Contact me here.

Mobile Post: Posted on-the-go by Brad Montgomery from his iPhone.


Ok, for those of you who prefer to read, here’s the transcript of the health care speaker testimonial video.

Hi, I’m Tricia Cline with Trinity Mother Francis Hospitals and Clinics in Tyler, Texas.  We had an event today; we were looking for the right speaker to deliver the right message for the right inspiration for what we need for healthcare change.

We all know in healthcare everyday it’s a different world.  We’re stressing over what the changes are going to be and how we’re going to be still delivering great patient care.  Brad Montgomery is your man.

He is the one who can bring it together for you with fun, laughter and interaction of your staff.  So if you’re looking for the right message, the right person, the right man, he is your deliverer.  Thanks.

Another thing I would like to add about Brad Montgomery:  we had major concerns about how we were going to deliver the message, how we’re going to feel it in our heart, and Brad brought us together as a group and as a team.  That as a team, and as a group, and as a family of healthcare providers, we can deliver the very best to our patients, our customers, their family members and then to our group and our society here in Tyler, Texas.  And he can do the very same thing to deliver that message for you wherever you are.

Looking for a motivational speaker for your event? Contact me here.

boring memo

Admit it:  your memos are boring.  And because they can barely stay away through an entire memo, you aren’t getting your message across.   They aren’t listening.

I have a million ideas about adding levity and humor to your workplace communications, but very few of them are as easy as this one:  Baby Mail.   Got something important to say?  Want them to actually listen?   Try communicating it with BabyMail.  I love this communication tool for a bunch of reasons.

  • They will actually listen to it.  Carefully.
  • They will end up sharing it w/ their teammates and talking about it.   (Do they do this with YOUR memos.)
  • It demonstrates that you have a personality and sense of humor — even if you don’t.
  • It forces you to communicate your message in 20 seconds.  Come on…you can do it.  That’s all they have time for anyway.

Here’s a sample:

Brad On Baby Mail

Looking for a motivational speaker for your event — and don’t feel like hiring a baby would be appropriate? Contact me here.

Brad Montgomery

Motivational Speaker, Funny Humorist, Humor in the Workplace Keynotes, Fan of Baby Mail

I got this spam email which made me laugh out loud.

I was looking at websites under the keyword Women doctor montgomery and came across your site I see that you’re ranked #5 on page 17 in google.

I won’t honor the idiots with a link, but darn!  That’s funny!  Golly, if they can’t find me by Googling “women doctor Montgomery” I am surely a failure at the internet thing.  

In related news, I’m ranked #77 on page 6576 in Google if you search “elves montgomery beard shoes”

Looking for a motivational speaker and don’t care that my site ranks poorly for “woman doctor?”  I’d love to be your guy.  Let’s make your event rock.  Contact me here.


Brad Montgomery
Motivational Speaker, Lover of Funny Spam Email, Woman Doctor*


*Not really a woman doctor.    (I’m not a doctor.**)

**  Ok, you got me.  I’m not a woman either.

One of my best pals just received a Psy.D. Congrations Doctor! She wanted a new email address to reflect here new psychologist expertise. She had a brilliant idea: she asked her pals to help brainstorm clever, funny email addresses. The results are hilarious and clever (note how they use both the before the “@” and after the “@”.

My pal chose the winners:

Other killer ideas: (police code for crazy people)
AllMattersGrey@Doc& (My pal is married to a cop.)

So. Here’s my question: next time you pick an email, can you add a bit of humor to your email address? Can you be clever?

If you had no rules at your work, (hey! you gotta dream!) what’s your best ideal email address?

Do you think you boss would go for it?