Your audience will laugh, feel wonderful and learn how to better manage stress, achieve their goals and live their best lives.
HEARTFELT HUMOR: THE FUNNY SIDE OF STRESS MANAGEMENT AND HEART HEALTH
A program for people who are tired of all the bad news…
This keynote is perfect for:
- Opening a conference
- Getting people loosened up and laughing
On August 5, 2015 I took a surprise visit to the cardiac wing of Bethesda North Hospital in Cincinnati.
I suffered what was labeled a “small” heart attack. I remember thinking “if this is small I’d hate to see medium.”
Per the advice of my Doctor I changed my diet, started exercising more and decided to work on controlling stress.
This program is about stress control. For the past four years I have written a daily list: Great things that happened today. Each day I celebrate the great things that happened. Since I started this journey I’ve met some fascinating people, discovered new recipes and celebrated life. And I’ve laughed a lot. If you attend this program you will, too.
FRY YOUR CHICKENS!
A program for people that want to achieve more, laugh more and live more.
This key note is perfect for:
- Large group key notes
- Management retreats/team building events
- Getting people laughing and motivated
There’s something inside of us that stands between all of us and success.
It is a flock of chickens. Chickens like fear, negativity and self doubt.
Every time I’ve wanted to do something out of my comfort zone,I had to fry a chicken.
As a result of frying chickens…
I won $32,000 on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire.
I got that first date with the woman who became my wife.
I was even able to ride a roller coaster with my son for two minutes without throwing up. It would have been perfect… if only the roller coaster ride hadn’t been 2:20.
You will laugh for an hour. You will identify the one chicken that you need to fry and the steps that you will take toward making a dream come true and living a life you love.
Hip Replacement Recovery: Hiking 1.2 Miles on the Appalachian Trail in the Smoky Mountains National Park at One Mile Above Sea Level
If you're recovering from hip replacement surgery, you know just how challenging it can be to get back to the activities you love. But, for those who are determined and willing to put in the effort, the rewards can be immense. That's why I’m excited to share the story...
Phil’s conference presentation was riveting, insightful and chockfull of easy to implement ideas! Phil really has a knack for compelling story telling while presenting quality advice that can positively impact anyone, in any profession.
I was so impressed with Phil that I asked him to provide training and consulting for individuals in our community. Phil has been an absolute delight to both work with and learn from!
Erica Woods – Apex Systems
– Jenilee Taylor SearchPath
– Sue McElroy, American Modern Insurance
“Phil was an excellent keynote speaker for our group of educators. He encouraged and motivated us and kept us all laughing while doing so! Our staff are still talking about how great it was to have him for our event!”
– Dawn M. Sorrells, PhD,
Clermont County Educational Service Center
– Carolee Allen Carlin ASUG
Great Things Happen Every Day
On August 5, 2015 I took a surprise visit to the cardiac wing of Bethesda North Hospital in Cincinnati. I suffered what was labeled a “small” heart attack. I remember thinking “if this is small I’d hate to see medium.”
Per the advice of my Doctor I changed my diet, started exercising more and decided to work on controlling stress. This book is about the stress control part of my change: For the past four years I have written a daily list: Great things that happened today. Each day I celebrate the great things that happened. Since I started this journey I’ve met some fascinating people, discovered new recipes and celebrated life. My goal is to share the celebration with you and start a “Great Things” movement. We can do it, because great things happen all around us and they happen every day.
HOW CAN I HELP YOU?
Audiences have listened to Phil, laughed with Phil and been inspired by Phil since 2010.
He is a frequent guest on podcasts where he discusses goal achievement and stress management.
For his 15 minutes of fame, Phil won $32,000 on the TV game show “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire” in 2002.
Phil, his wife Beth, three sons, two dogs and one cat live in the greater Cincinnati area.