Talk about a man who’s mastered mindset and gratitude while still being humble for his imperfections. Thom is also a master storyteller, no wonder he spends 120 days a year on the road as a Master of Ceremonies. His stories of what keeps his relationships with his daughters thriving (and mentorship to young men) will inspire you.
While I hope I didn’t make him too uncomfortable with my intimacy questions, his wisdom about what it takes to thrive in a marriage over time is exquisite and practical. He’s had such a unique upbringing, life, marriage and parenthood, that he even revealed to us a period where he had a wake up call to live more fully. You’re going to want to hear what he did to shift things making age 50-75yrs the best years of his life. He’s alive, it’s contagious and watch how you’ll leave this interview aware of your next action to enhance your personal relationships or entrepreneurial spirit.
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More about Thom:
Thom Singer’s first job was a busboy at “The Big Yellow House Restaurant” in Southern California. It was in this role that he discovered the importance of customizing his work for whomever he had the honor to serve. From the vast number of customers who dined in the restaurant, to the three or four wait-staff whom he helped each night, Thom realized that you have to make personal connections and find ways to relate differently to each audience if you want to find more success.
Having worked as a keynote speaker and professional master of ceremonies for almost ten years, he has become an advocate for creating strong experiences for conference attendees. He has come to see the role of a speaker as more than a commodity that fills a space in the agenda. He knows that the speakers can set the tone for the whole event, and he takes his job very seriously.
In today’s distracted work environment there is a disconnect between social media “likes”, “links”, “shares” and “follows” and real meaningful business connections. Thom’s work centers around helping people get back to the basics of relationships that lead to better opportunities and more sales. He focuses on the importance of helping everyone get closer to their own potential, and that of their organization.
He has authored twelve books on the power of business relationships, sales, networking, presentation skills and entrepreneurship, and regularly speaks to corporate, law firm and convention audiences. He sets the tone for better engagement at industry events as the opening keynote speaker or the Master of Ceremonies. HisConference Catalyst Programhas become a “meeting planners” favorite in how it transforms the conference attendee experience.
As the host of the popular “Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do” podcast, Thom interviews business leaders, entrepreneurs, solopreneurs, and others who possess an extra dose of the entrepreneurial spirit. The information complied from these compelling interviews is shared with his clients, as he challenges people to be more engaged and enthusiastic in all their actions.
Thom earned the prestigiousCertified Speaking Professional(CSP) designation in 2014. The Certified Speaking Professional designation, established in 1980, is the speaking industry’s international measure of professional platform skill. The CSP designation is conferred by the National Speakers Association (NSA) only on those speakers who have earned it by meeting strict qualifying criteria. The letters CSP following a speaker’s name identify that speaker as a speaking professional with a proven track record for understanding and delivering value from the platform.
After being a couch potato for most of his life, Thom is now an avid runner and completed his first half-marathon in 2017.
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