Ideas that change lives

A globetrotting, powerhouse speaker, Greg has spent over thirty years on stage, challenging and inspiring audiences across twenty-five countries, and counting.


His topics range from new angles on the psychology of leadership, teamwork, and communication to more ambitious personal subjects like the dynamics of human aggression, radical ideas for living, and breaking the chains of self-doubt.

Based in Seattle, he’s been flown everywhere from Syracuse to Singapore to share his unique brand of exciting, potent spoken word

For your event, explore one of Greg’s acclaimed themes:


Changing the World Without Having a Clue

Want to change the world but aren’t sure how? Learn how one line from the movie “Raiders of the Lost Ark” inspired a lifetime of creativity and action, even amidst self-doubt. (Perfect for: CSR representatives, colleges and universities, and social service / activist groups)


A Punk Rock Guide to Getting Things Done

You spend your days taking a lot of grief. You’ve had enough. Thirty years in punk rock has taught Greg a few things about frustration and channeling energy in positive directions. Let’s find clarity and focus, and get things done.


Don’t Be Afraid to Drop the Ball: What We Learn From Failure About Success

Greg is fascinated by gravity as a metaphor. The Seattle Times called him “A juggler of objects and concepts.”  What do you learn about success from a path where the journey is filled with mistakes and failure? You learn focus and courage. Greg can show you the way.


Thoughts on Life, Death, and Everything in Between

Inspired by the work of Pulitzer Prize winner Ernest Becker, we want to be contributors to significant lives, expressing ourselves in ways that are meaningful. How can we do that, inspire others to do the same, and all without conflict arising? This is the presentation we need in an increasingly chaotic and violent world.


Living Radical Lives in Desperate Times

The creative revolutionary is willing to be vulnerable and take risks, exploring creativity and connection. The world needs this more than ever. Be that person.


Discovering Meaning in the Millennial Experience

One of the most popular topics at speakers bureaus across the country is how to understand millennials, but its always from the perspective of figuring out how to market to them or to maximize their output. Here, Greg talks about why you shouldn’t be thinking about either.


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