Motivational Funny Speaker to ENTERTAIN, Energize and Educate your next event – An Irishman in Chicago!
Do It Best writes:
Thanks again for a wonderful kick-off to our conference. You brought energy, enthusiasm, humor, and a great message around the Gift of GAB for our team. I sincerely appreciate how much you customized the presentation to our company and our situation. We held a wrap-up session today to our week-long event. I asked people to comment on what they have taken away from the week. Many commented on how your message has had a positive impact on them. Several reflected on how they have already used your principles in their personal life. We had great tie-ins to our initiatives at work as well.”
Anne Arundel Medical Center writes:
Joy and hope, camaraderie and faith, and triumph over adversity was in “Living in Full Bloom” at Anne Arundel Medical Center’s Geaton and Jo Ann DeCesaris Cancer Institute’s Cancer Survivors Day celebration on June 5, 2011. With over 400 cancer survivors, their supporters and medical professionals in the audience, “laughter was the best medicine”. Conor Cunneen through the Gift of GAB, Irish wit, wisdom as a two time cancer survivor and as a gifted inspirational speaker, had them laughing for joy and longing for more.
We highly recommend Conor to inspire, delight, educate and entertain your organization regardless of the type of audience.”
PHONE Conor Cunneen IrishmanSpeaks at 630 718 1643 to book your next event. Conor flies from Chicago. If you prefer, you may connect with this humorous, motivational keynote speaker via this form.
From Harley-Davidson to Helsinki, from Memphis to Madrid, Chicago based humorous, motivational speaker Conor Cunneen Energizes, Educates, Entertains leaving audiences with a smile on their face, a spring in their step and a beat in their heart (which is really important!)
CDBPM Law writes:
“Conor has a wonderful way of using humor to deliver an important message. It is rare to find a speaker with those qualities. I didn’t want his presentation to stop.”