Virtual Dual Cancer Survivorship Speaker – Conor Cunneen – IrishmanSpeaks

 

“Conor, You made us laugh and you made us cry. They LOVED you.” 

 Cancer Institute of New Jersey

 

 

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Choose Your Attitude.

LAUGH and LEARN at Conor’s story of (ahem) chatting with a Police Officer

Virtual Cancer Survivorship Speaker – IrishmanSpeaks Conor Cunneen

“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.” 
The Geaton and JoAnn DeCesaris Cancer Institute

 

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Conor was opening Keynote Speaker for Academy Medical Surgical Nurses Conference

 

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Learn about Leprechauns DANCING on mushrooms from this virtual inspirational humorous dual cancer survivor speaker!

“You were a hit with the audience!! I knew you would be. Based on the comments and evaluations, our guests felt your program was OUTSTANDING.”
Adventist Midwest Health

 

💚  💚  💚  💚  💚  💚  💚  💚

 

Laugh as Virtual Humorous Motivational Speaker Conor Cunneen speaks about Medical Records!

“In my close to thirty years of association work, I have never seen a speaker as well received as you.”
IMA

 

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Virtual Cancer Survivorship Speaker celebrates with another Cancer Survivor

Conor celebrates with another Cancer Survivor who has just won a copy of Conor’s book. Obviously this was not a virtual event!

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The Potted Plant – Paying it Forward from Virtual Humorous Inspirational Cancer Speaker Conor Cunneen. 

 

“I have never heard a speaker with the double whammy combination of humor and substance which I heard from you today.”
MHM

 

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PHONE Conor Cunneen IrishmanSpeaks at 630 661 1220 to book your next event. Conor flies from Chicago. If you prefer, you may connect with this Virtual humorous, motivational keynote speaker via this form.

humorous motivational cancer survivorship celebration speaker

Life is good as a cancer survivor. I thank healthcare professionals every day for helping me on my journey.

 

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Cancer Support and Advice

As a dual cancer survivor and speaker, Conor Cunneen gives Thanks every day to the doctors, nurses and technicians who helped him through prostate and thyroid cancer. Cancer can be a truly frightening diagnosis, not just for the patient, but sometimes even more so for the family and caregivers. Herewith are a number of websites and articles that may be of help to those who seek information about cancer and oncology. If you have been diagnosed with cancer, I wish you the very best and hope that in the very near future, you can say “I beat the big C.” If you are seeking on site or virtual cancer survivorship speaker, why not give Conor a call at 630-661-1220

National Cancer Institute 

 

American Cancer Society

Oncology Nursing Society

 

See more about this humorous motivational Cancer Survivorship Speaker

Also: More on Cancer Survivor Motivational Speaker

Useful Articles / Details on Prostate Cancer

 

What You Need to Know about Prostate Cancer (Courtesy National Cancer Institute)

Sources of Support for Prostate Cancer

 

 

‘It’s Just a Flesh Wound’ Says Prostate Cancer Survivor

Dual cancer survivor and keynote speaker finds humor in recovery situation. Chicago-based Irish keynote speaker and business humorist develops new conference keynote inspired by Monty Python — “It’s Just a Flesh Wound.”

cancer survivorship speaker

Prostate and Thyroid cancer survivor speaker Conor Cunneen

Cancer is not funny, but keynote speaker and business humorist Conor Cunneen has developed an inspirational, fun-packed keynote speech about his prostate cancer experience. It is probably only a Chicago-based Irishman who could develop a keynote titled “It’s Just a Flesh Wound” about the experience of prostate cancer.

On his prostate cancer diagnosis, this inspirational speaker says, “There are a number of treatment options available ranging from radiation to prostatectomy, in other words the removal of the prostate,” he said in his light lyrical brogue. Prostate cancer develops slowly so the former Marketing VP had time to consider his options. “I did a lot of research on the topic, spoke to a lot of people and ultimately opted for the prostatectomy. My information systems, i.e., my wife, advised I had to purchase new pajamas for the hospital, so that is why I entered Northwestern Memorial Hospital with pajamas bearing the Monty Python legend ‘It’s Just a Flesh Wound.’ I’ve been blessed with a great attitude and I believe every cloud does have a silver lining. As a result, I created a keynote of the same title. It is perfect for all conferences and events where an uplifting feel-good message is appropriate, which is basically everywhere.”

The National Cancer Institute estimates up to 186,000 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer this year. While prostate cancer does not have to be life-threatening, almost 30,000 men die from the disease each year.

This is Cunneen’s second bout with cancer. “I had thyroid cancer some years ago when living back in Ireland. The whipped that out as well. I tell my audiences when I keynote that having had a prostatectomy and a thyroidectomy, I now have a unique Irish condition called ‘there’s not much left-o-me.'”

As a humorous onsite or virtual cancer survivorship speaker, this ebullient Irishman’s communication style has been likened to an “Irish Dilbert,” and “James Joyce meets Tom Peters.” His keynotes combine business experienced garnered in Ireland, UK and USA with a truly impish sense of humor. “As a keynote speaker and business humorist, I endeavor to provide Substance with Humor. I often develop purely humorous business material which I can then weave into serious business messages. That is when it becomes a real win-win.”

He has the pedigree to back it up. A native of County Cork, his proudest moment was when he won the coveted Chicago Toastmasters Humorous Speaker of the Year award for a speech on customer service in San Quentin jail. “That was a blast and a great career catalyst also. Since then I have spoken internationally in places as diverse as Helsinki, Madrid, London, Malaga and Glasgow.” ENDS

Enjoy the videos on this page. For further information about this inspirational, motivational speaker:

PHONE Conor Cunneen IrishmanSpeaks at 630 661 1220, hear a genuine Irish brogue and discuss your next event.
Conor flies from Chicago.

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National Cancer Survivors Day® 2022 is

Sunday, June 5 – And now is the time to

start planning your celebration!

On Sunday, June 5, people around the world will come together to recognize cancer survivors, raise awareness of the ongoing challenges cancer survivors face, and – most importantly – celebrate life. This day will mark the 35th annual National Cancer Survivors Day®.
If you want to honor the cancer survivors in your community, now is the time to start planning your NCSD 2022 Celebration of Life.
The National Cancer Survivors Day Foundation has put together an online planning guide at ncsd.org to help you get started. We suggest you register your event as soon as possible, as some important deadlines are quickly approaching.
Planning a Cancer Survivorship / Celebration Event. The National Cancer Survivors Day organization NCSD.org has some great ideas for you.
Don’t Miss These Deadlines for National Cancer Survivors Day® 2022

April 4th: Deadline to order NCSD t-shirts and keepsakes. From cancer survivor buttons and key tags to daisy seed packs and drawstring canvas bags, the NCSD Merchandise Catalog has a variety of items that cancer survivors are sure to enjoy – including the official National Cancer Survivors Day® 2022 t-shirt.

April 25th: Deadline to order free copies of Coping® with Cancer magazine to hand out at your celebration. Written by and for the cancer community, Coping® is the premier magazine for people whose lives have been touched by cancer.

June 5th: National Cancer Survivors Day® 2022! On this day, you’ll be joining cancer survivors and supporters around the world to celebrate life after cancer, pay tribute to the cancer survivors in your community, and bring attention to the ongoing challenges cancer survivors face.

June 13th: Deadline to send your NCSD photos to Coping® with Cancer. Exclusive coverage of NCSD will be published in Coping®, and your event photo could be included. More details can be found here.

Cancer Support and Advice

As a dual cancer survivor and speaker, Conor Cunneen gives Thanks every day to the doctors, nurses and technicians who helped him through prostate and thyroid cancer. Cancer can be a truly frightening diagnosis, not just for the patient, but sometimes even more so for the family and caregivers. Herewith are a number of websites and articles that may be of help to those who seek information about cancer and oncology. If you have been diagnosed with cancer, I wish you the very best and hope that in the very near future, you can say “I beat the big C.”

National Cancer Institute

American Cancer Society

Cancer Research UK

Oncology Nursing Society

Useful Articles / Details on Prostate Cancer

What You Need to Know about Prostate Cancer (Courtesy National Cancer Institute)

Sources of Support for Prostate Cancer

Study Training Dogs to Detect Prostate Cancer

Prostate Cancer and Veterans

 

Conor is blessed to be a two-time cancer survivor who gives thanks everyday to the healthcare professionals who helped him through his journey.

 

 

Conor Cunneen is also an in-demand, humorous motivational EMCEE and MASTER OF CEREMONIES who works exceptionally hard to ensure your event goes off without a hitch.

 

Conor, Thanks again for your fabulous MC skills! I was very happy with the program and am so thankful and appreciative of your skills and attention to the details as well. And – thank you for the balance of humor you added to the program. I hope you enjoyed yourself and our people!”

American Express

 

 

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Conor Cunneen is an Irishman happily exiled in Naperville where he says the natives are friendly, the Guinness is good and he has been force-fed more corned beef than he ever had in Ireland.

This motivational Irish healthcare speaker has a humorous outlook on life. A two-time cancer survivor (note, he says two-time, NOT two-timing) he has experienced the trauma of hearing, “You have thyroid cancer” and “You have prostate cancer.” When you this speaker’s response to two cancer episodes “Having had thyroidectomy and a prostatectomy, I now have a unique Irish condition known as ‘There’s not much left-o-me,’ you will appreciate that he is the perfect humorous, motivational speaker for cancer and oncology events, National Cancer Survivors Day and any event where you wish to appreciate cancer survivors and caregivers.

Prior to realizing his dream as a keynote speaker for healthcare and other industries, he was Foodservice VP Marketing Unilever and has worked in Ireland, UK and USA.

Please welcome a man who went into hospital for prostate surgery with a newly purchased pair of Monty Python pajamas, bearing the legend “It’s only a flesh wound.”

Conor Cunneen is a two-time cancer survivor and a Healthcare Speaker with a brogue!

Cancer is not funny, but this Chicago based Irish keynote speaker (healthcare, cancer, oncology) has developed an inspirational, fun-packed keynote speech about his cancer experience. It is probably only a man from County Cork, Ireland (and with the brogue to prove it) who could develop a keynote titled “It’s Just a Flesh Wound” about the experience of prostate cancer. See PR release from this humorous and motivational healthcare speaker who finds humor in most situations.

Prostate cancer survivor and speaker Conor Cunneen on his experience: “There are a number of treatment options available ranging from radiation to prostatectomy, in other words the removal of the prostate,” he says in his light lyrical brogue.

Prostate cancer develops slowly (normally) which gave this inspirational humorous healthcare speaker (on cancer, marketing, pharma) time to consider his options.
“I did a lot of research on the topic, spoke to a lot of people and ultimately opted for the prostatectomy. My information systems, i.e., my wife, advised I had to purchase new pajamas for the hospital, so that is why I entered Northwestern Memorial Hospital with pajamas bearing the Monty Python legend ‘It’s Just a Flesh Wound.’ I’ve been blessed with a great attitude and I believe every cloud does have a silver lining. As a result, I created a keynote of the same title. It is perfect for all conferences and events where an uplifting feel-good message is appropriate, which is basically everywhere.”

This was Irish healthcare speaker Cunneen’s second bout with cancer. “I had thyroid cancer some years ago when living back in Ireland. The whipped that out as well. I tell my audiences when I keynote that having had a prostatectomy and a thyroidectomy, I now have a unique Irish condition called ‘there’s not much left-o-me.’”
This ebullient Irishman’s communication style has been likened to an “Irish Dilbert,” and “James Joyce meets Tom Peters.”

His keynotes combine business experienced garnered in Ireland, UK and USA with a truly impish sense of humor. “As a keynote speaker and business humorist, I endeavor to provide Substance with Humor. I often develop purely humorous business material which I can then weave into serious business messages. That is when it becomes a real win-win.”

One of Conor’s proudest moments was when he won the coveted Chicago Toastmasters Humorous Speaker of the Year award for a speech on customer service in San Quentin jail. “That was a blast and a great career catalyst also. Since then I have spoken internationally in places as diverse as Helsinki, Madrid, London, Malaga and Glasgow.”

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Virtual Dual Cancer Survivorship Speaker – Conor Cunneen – IrishmanSpeaks

 

“Conor, You made us laugh and you made us cry. They LOVED you.” 

 

 Cancer Institute of New Jersey

 

 

 

💚  💚  💚  💚  💚  💚  💚  💚

 

Choose Your Attitude.

LAUGH and LEARN at Conor’s story of (ahem) chatting with a Police Officer

 

Virtual Cancer Survivorship Speaker – IrishmanSpeaks Conor Cunneen

“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.” 
The Geaton and JoAnn DeCesaris Cancer Institute

 

💚  💚  💚  💚  💚  💚  💚  💚

 

Conor was opening Keynote Speaker for Academy Medical Surgical Nurses Conference

 

 

💚  💚  💚  💚  💚  💚  💚  💚

 

Learn about Leprechauns DANCING on mushrooms from this virtual inspirational humorous dual cancer survivor speaker!

“You were a hit with the audience!! I knew you would be. Based on the comments and evaluations, our guests felt your program was OUTSTANDING.”
Adventist Midwest Health

 

💚  💚  💚  💚  💚  💚  💚  💚

 

Laugh as Virtual Humorous Motivational Speaker Conor Cunneen speaks about Medical Records!

“In my close to thirty years of association work, I have never seen a speaker as well received as you.”
IMA

 

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Virtual Cancer Survivorship Speaker celebrates with another Cancer Survivor

Conor celebrates with another Cancer Survivor who has just won a copy of Conor’s book. Obviously this was not a virtual event!

💚 💚 💚 💚 💚 💚 💚 💚

 

The Potted Plant – Paying it Forward from Virtual Humorous Inspirational Cancer Speaker Conor Cunneen. 

 

“I have never heard a speaker with the double whammy combination of humor and substance which I heard from you today.”
MHM

 

💚 💚 💚 💚 💚 💚 💚 💚

 

PHONE Conor Cunneen IrishmanSpeaks at 630 661 1220 to book your next event. Conor flies from Chicago. If you prefer, you may connect with this Virtual humorous, motivational keynote speaker via this form.

humorous motivational cancer survivorship celebration speaker

Life is good as a cancer survivor. I thank healthcare professionals every day for helping me on my journey.

 

 

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

Cancer Support and Advice

As a dual cancer survivor and speaker, Conor Cunneen gives Thanks every day to the doctors, nurses and technicians who helped him through prostate and thyroid cancer. Cancer can be a truly frightening diagnosis, not just for the patient, but sometimes even more so for the family and caregivers. Herewith are a number of websites and articles that may be of help to those who seek information about cancer and oncology. If you have been diagnosed with cancer, I wish you the very best and hope that in the very near future, you can say “I beat the big C.” If you are seeking on site or virtual cancer survivorship speaker, why not give Conor a call at 630-661-1220

National Cancer Institute 

 

American Cancer Society

 

Oncology Nursing Society

 

See more about this humorous motivational Cancer Survivorship Speaker

Also: More on Cancer Survivor Motivational Speaker

 

Useful Articles / Details on Prostate Cancer

 

What You Need to Know about Prostate Cancer (Courtesy National Cancer Institute)

Sources of Support for Prostate Cancer

 

 

 

‘It’s Just a Flesh Wound’ Says Prostate Cancer Survivor

Dual cancer survivor and keynote speaker finds humor in recovery situation. Chicago-based Irish keynote speaker and business humorist develops new conference keynote inspired by Monty Python — “It’s Just a Flesh Wound.”

cancer survivorship speaker

Prostate and Thyroid cancer survivor speaker Conor Cunneen

Cancer is not funny, but keynote speaker and business humorist Conor Cunneen has developed an inspirational, fun-packed keynote speech about his prostate cancer experience. It is probably only a Chicago-based Irishman who could develop a keynote titled “It’s Just a Flesh Wound” about the experience of prostate cancer.

On his prostate cancer diagnosis, this inspirational speaker says, “There are a number of treatment options available ranging from radiation to prostatectomy, in other words the removal of the prostate,” he said in his light lyrical brogue. Prostate cancer develops slowly so the former Marketing VP had time to consider his options. “I did a lot of research on the topic, spoke to a lot of people and ultimately opted for the prostatectomy. My information systems, i.e., my wife, advised I had to purchase new pajamas for the hospital, so that is why I entered Northwestern Memorial Hospital with pajamas bearing the Monty Python legend ‘It’s Just a Flesh Wound.’ I’ve been blessed with a great attitude and I believe every cloud does have a silver lining. As a result, I created a keynote of the same title. It is perfect for all conferences and events where an uplifting feel-good message is appropriate, which is basically everywhere.”

The National Cancer Institute estimates up to 186,000 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer this year. While prostate cancer does not have to be life-threatening, almost 30,000 men die from the disease each year.

This is Cunneen’s second bout with cancer. “I had thyroid cancer some years ago when living back in Ireland. The whipped that out as well. I tell my audiences when I keynote that having had a prostatectomy and a thyroidectomy, I now have a unique Irish condition called ‘there’s not much left-o-me.'”

As a humorous onsite or virtual cancer survivorship speaker, this ebullient Irishman’s communication style has been likened to an “Irish Dilbert,” and “James Joyce meets Tom Peters.” His keynotes combine business experienced garnered in Ireland, UK and USA with a truly impish sense of humor. “As a keynote speaker and business humorist, I endeavor to provide Substance with Humor. I often develop purely humorous business material which I can then weave into serious business messages. That is when it becomes a real win-win.”

He has the pedigree to back it up. A native of County Cork, his proudest moment was when he won the coveted Chicago Toastmasters Humorous Speaker of the Year award for a speech on customer service in San Quentin jail. “That was a blast and a great career catalyst also. Since then I have spoken internationally in places as diverse as Helsinki, Madrid, London, Malaga and Glasgow.” ENDS

Enjoy the videos on this page. For further information about this inspirational, motivational speaker:

PHONE Conor Cunneen IrishmanSpeaks at 630 661 1220, hear a genuine Irish brogue and discuss your next event.
Conor flies from Chicago.

💚 💚 💚 💚 💚 💚 💚 💚

National Cancer Survivors Day® 2022 is

Sunday, June 5 – And now is the time to

start planning your celebration!

On Sunday, June 5, people around the world will come together to recognize cancer survivors, raise awareness of the ongoing challenges cancer survivors face, and – most importantly – celebrate life. This day will mark the 35th annual National Cancer Survivors Day®.
 
If you want to honor the cancer survivors in your community, now is the time to start planning your NCSD 2022 Celebration of Life.
 
The National Cancer Survivors Day Foundation has put together an online planning guide at ncsd.org to help you get started. We suggest you register your event as soon as possible, as some important deadlines are quickly approaching.
 
Planning a Cancer Survivorship / Celebration Event. The National Cancer Survivors Day organization NCSD.org has some great ideas for you.
 
Don’t Miss These Deadlines for National Cancer Survivors Day® 2022

April 4th: Deadline to order NCSD t-shirts and keepsakes. From cancer survivor buttons and key tags to daisy seed packs and drawstring canvas bags, the NCSD Merchandise Catalog has a variety of items that cancer survivors are sure to enjoy – including the official National Cancer Survivors Day® 2022 t-shirt.

April 25th: Deadline to order free copies of Coping® with Cancer magazine to hand out at your celebration. Written by and for the cancer community, Coping® is the premier magazine for people whose lives have been touched by cancer.

June 5th: National Cancer Survivors Day® 2022! On this day, you’ll be joining cancer survivors and supporters around the world to celebrate life after cancer, pay tribute to the cancer survivors in your community, and bring attention to the ongoing challenges cancer survivors face.

June 13th: Deadline to send your NCSD photos to Coping® with Cancer. Exclusive coverage of NCSD will be published in Coping®, and your event photo could be included. More details can be found here.

Cancer Support and Advice

As a dual cancer survivor and speaker, Conor Cunneen gives Thanks every day to the doctors, nurses and technicians who helped him through prostate and thyroid cancer. Cancer can be a truly frightening diagnosis, not just for the patient, but sometimes even more so for the family and caregivers. Herewith are a number of websites and articles that may be of help to those who seek information about cancer and oncology. If you have been diagnosed with cancer, I wish you the very best and hope that in the very near future, you can say “I beat the big C.”

National Cancer Institute

American Cancer Society

Cancer Research UK

Oncology Nursing Society

 

Useful Articles / Details on Prostate Cancer

What You Need to Know about Prostate Cancer (Courtesy National Cancer Institute)

Sources of Support for Prostate Cancer

Study Training Dogs to Detect Prostate Cancer

Prostate Cancer and Veterans

 

Conor is blessed to be a two-time cancer survivor who gives thanks everyday to the healthcare professionals who helped him through his journey.

 

 

 

Conor Cunneen is also an in-demand, humorous motivational EMCEE and MASTER OF CEREMONIES who works exceptionally hard to ensure your event goes off without a hitch.

 

Conor, Thanks again for your fabulous MC skills! I was very happy with the program and am so thankful and appreciative of your skills and attention to the details as well. And – thank you for the balance of humor you added to the program. I hope you enjoyed yourself and our people!”

American Express

 

 

 

 

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