Programs and Services Tim Offers
Booking the right professional speaker to deliver a keynote, luncheon, after-dinner, plenary, closing or other presentation for your event is always a daunting task. Finding one who is highly motivating and enlightening, while also energetic, entertaining, and easy to work with—all within your budget range—is challenging, to say the least.
With his southern charm, clean, wholesome humor and down-home common sense, Tim Huddleston is one of the most enthusiastic, energetic and entertaining speakers you will ever meet. He captivates, motivates and engages his audiences at every step. Using hilarious quips and anecdotes he delivers a powerful message filled with principles of personal, professional and communal development.
Tim’s presentations are filled with concepts like “it’s not a cutthroat world—collaboration and not competition is the key to winning,” “it DOES matter what others think about you—your reputation is your greatest asset and what your customers and colleagues think about you really matters,” and “Nice guys do finish first—respecting others and helping them to succeed will gain you their respect and admiration, while leading to your own success.”
Tim is motivating, entertaining, thought-provoking, energetic, dynamic and intense in his delivery of a simply powerful message. He really knows how to fire up the crowd.
Jeff Feige, CEO of Orbital Outfitters
When you hire a speaker for your event, you need to have the confidence that the audience will walk away from the presentation fired up and with a strong sense that “this was really worth it.” Your speaker must capture the audience’s attention quickly, provide actionable steps designed to improve their personal and professional lives, and effectively deliver a message that leads to positive change. That is Tim’s goal and his promise to you.
Types of programs Tim offers include:
Tim does his homework leading up to his events. He, along with his event directors, researches the client, audience and industry, and he customizes his presentations to fit the group, venue, event theme. He does not simply deliver a “one-size-fits-all” canned speech. He tailors every aspect of the message he delivers to your audience to make it completely appropriate and meaningful to the theme of your event and industry. His presentations can be as short or long as you wish and as meets your needs.
Tim is a refreshing and morals-based motivational humorist and instructor who quickly captures and holds his audience’s attention, delivering an effective and powerful message that motivates and inspires his audience to excel personally and professionally. He presents principles that are inspiring, thought-provoking and challenging. A typical 1-hour presentation, for example, will include as many as 15 powerful life-changing values, each preceded with a very humorous story related to the point. Tim often uses audio/visuals to enhance his presentations. His presentations are personalized and unique to your group, company, organization, association, etc. Tim often includes certain members of your organization and audience in his anecdotes and illustrations, making them more humorous and quite specific to your audience.
Many professional speakers deliver a strong and enjoyable presentation filled with good points that, if followed, will lead to great results. Everyone leaves fully intending to put what they learned into action, yet they never seem to get around to it. Tim recognizes this and has developed a unique way in which he helps his audience to actually “get around to it.” With his approach, everyone in the audience receives a special gift to take home that is designed to help them put what they learned into action. It is this unique approach that builds lasting results for all who attend and makes Tim’s presentations stand head and shoulders above all others.
Tim is Very Easy to Work With
Everyone has encountered those speakers who are demanding and high-maintenance. Tim is very low-maintenance and completely responsive to your needs. With Tim, you don’t have to sort out the almonds from the mixed nuts and add in extra cashews, have a chauffeur-driven limousine meet him at the airport, make sure only down pillows are in his room, house him in the presidential suite, serve him hot cocoa at bedtime, or any of the other crazy demands speakers tend to make. He travels by way of the cheapest means possible. “I will sleep in the lobby between two chairs, hold on to the tail of the plane and bring sandwiches from home in order to keep travel cost down,” he says.
Types of Groups & Venues
Tim speaks at all types of events and venues—from conferences, conventions and trade shows, to annual meetings, workshops, seminars, dinners and luncheons. He accepts engagements from corporate, government, educational, professional, civic and nonprofit organizations in the financial, health care, retail, technology, agriculture, manufacturing, sales & marketing, pharmaceutical, media, scientific, mining, food, banking, entertainment, and any other industry sectors.
What Attendees Learn
Tim’s presentations are motivating, inspiring, engaging and transformative. They are focused on leadership, team building, sales growth, self-discipline, company loyalty, self-improvement, career advancement, patriotism and similar personal, professional and communal development concentrations. Using energizing and empowering teaching techniques, Tim provides impassioned insight for personal and professional growth, leaving audiences with a new way of thinking. Through one of the most dynamic programs ever, attendees learn how to:
- turn dreams into realities
- set real goals for success
- the difference between a goal and a trap
- take risks, not dangers
- embrace the tough decisions
- cope with change
- turn negatives into positives
- make a good difference
- be respectable and respected
- become a superhero
- help your customers win
- succeed by helping others to succeed
- communicate with authority and respect
- network more effectively
- build better client and colleague relationships
They learn the...
- rules of productive leadership
- difference between honesty and sincerity
- difference between confidence and arrogance
- true meaning of what a hero really is
They also learn why...
- customers really are right
- helping others matters
- it matters what people think
- experience can actually be a showstopper
- change isn’t always good
- selling for the future is always better than selling for the present
- “us” is better than “you” or “me”
- it is ok to be good
- you must prepare for your secession
- you may not really want what you ask for
- candor is better than frankness
- nice people finish first