Larry has spoken to over 400 of the Fortune 500 companies as well as just about every type of association in existence. He is recognized world-wide as an expert on the topics of Personal Development, Business, Personal Finance and even Parenting. His books have been translated into over 20 languages and he is followed by hundreds of thousands of people around the planet. Larry is perfect for your group whether they are white collar, blue collar or no collar as his stories and humor relate to every type of audience. Meeting planners comment about how easy Larry is to work with as he can mesmerize with just his words and requires no PowerPoint or laptop connections or any other gimmicks to be amazing from the stage. Bottom line: Audiences LOVE Larry!
The Cold, Hard, Ugly Truth About Success
This is Larry’s most popular keynote address and pulls material from 3 of his bestsellers, Shut Up, Stop Whining & Get A Life, It’s Called Work For A Reason and People Are Idiots And I Can Prove It.
What It Really Takes To Succeed
This keynote is based on Larry’s New York Times bestseller It’s Called Work For A Reason.” It is a great follow up to Larry’s primary keynote, “The Truth Be Told.”
How To Stop Getting By and Start Getting Ahead
Larry covers how to set priorities for your life and that life is like a crime novel: if you want to find the culprit, follow the money. He tells his personal story of how he went from dirt poor to rich to bankrupt to multi-millionaire.
Your Kids Are Your Own Fault
In this program based on Larry’s Bestselling Book by the same name, Larry gives clear guidelines for what each parent must teach their child in order to create success, financially responsible adults with a strong work ethic, who know how to give their word and keep it and live their lives based on honesty and integrity.
The Eight ‘ATEs’ of Leadership
This is a great breakout for any of your management/leadership team. It focuses on eight words, all ending in “ate:” Create, Communicate, Educate, Delegate, Participate, Hibernate, Evaluate, Amputate.