ABOUT TERRY WATSON
“I attended your meeting this morning in Rochester and I must say, more ideas gained in 2 hours than the previous 5 years.”
– Art Lettie
Terry provides ridiculously effective, easily implementable strategies… withOUT boring your audience to tears.
The last thing you want when you hire a speaker is to watch your investment wasted when your audience can’t even bother to pay attention.
That’s why instead of just boring lectures with the same old PowerPoint slides… it’s time to hire someone who will help your people get out of their own way while making them snort with laughter in the process.
It’s proven that humor improves retention. The science behind it has to do with dopamine – humor activates the dopamine reward system which stimulates goal-oriented motivation and long-term memory. In short: when your audience laughs… they learn.
Terry Watson brings appropriate humor and decades of expertise to his leadership and customer experience presentations. His vibrant presentations are powerful, positive, and results-based… and while your audience is laughing, they’ll learn how to improve relationships with clients, step into the leadership role you know they’re capable of, and work smarter… not harder.
CORPORATIONS AND ASSOCIATIONS SERVED
PEOPLE TERRY HAS SPOKEN TO OVER THE YEARS
So who is Terry Watson, anyway?
Terry goes by the nickname “The AHA Guy” because it’s his goal to give your audiences ideas they’ve never heard before… and that will drastically change the way they do business in the future.
As a CSP, Terry has been designated one of the world’s top speaking professionals. (Only 10% of the speakers who belong to the Global Speakers Federation hold this title – fewer than 600 worldwide.) His 20+ years of experience serving thousands of clients has made him a consummate professional in the world of wannabe speakers.
Terry’s style is bold, funny, and wildly entertaining – while still delivering real world lessons that resonate with your audience and solve real problems for his clients.
If your attendees aren’t often overheard in the halls saying, “I can’t believe I didn’t know that” or “I haven’t laughed this hard in years” or “I am so glad I was here”, Terry was not your speaker.