- Diversity – The Truth of the Matter
- There is no excuse! : What’s Your Excuse?
- The Courage to Lead: In order to succeed, it takes a 100% able-bodied mind
- Safety – A Wake-Up Call
- Diversity & Teamwork – The Truth of the Matter
- No one plans on having a bad accident!But they do, because they lose their Focus!
- Accepting Change; Randys’s no excuses approach to Attitude, Accountability & Action
Randy Snow electrifying programs leave audiences stimulated as he touches every individual with honesty and energy. No one better represents the idea of discovering options and finding new opportunities.
Randy Snow is the only athlete in history to compete in three different summer Paralympic Games (London, Barcelona, Atlanta) in three different sports and win medals in each sport. He won ten US Open singles titles and was inducted into the Olympic Hall of Fame. Because of his achievements, he received the Paralympic torch from President Clinton in Washington, kicking off the Atlanta Paralympic Games in 1996.
He is an award winning author, a Fortune 500 speaker, past national MVP in sales, sits on many committees.
“I have found that as I share my stories with the audience, I am not only giving them laughter, but I am giving them hope as well.” Randy Snow
Prior to your program, Randy will review the specific needs and objectives of your meeting. He will then craft a personal presentation by folding your theme into the pages of his message. From the moment Randy takes the platform, he will connect with the audience by using his personal experiences to relate to their daily challenges. Using humor and enlightening points, he will challenge the listeners to stretch their abilities and perform at their best. He will move people past their fears and help them engage the learning edges of life.
Randy Snow was injured in a farming accident, which left him without the use of his legs. Since then he has become a business owner and nationally recognized sales associate, a Fortune 500 speaker and one of the most successful gold medal wheelchair athletes in history. Because of his achievements, he received the Paralympic torch from President Clinton in Washington, kicking off the Atlanta Paralympic Games in 1996. In 2004, he was the first Paralympian inducted into the Olympic Hall of Fame.
Featured on CNN, ESPN and in USA Today, he is a gold medallist, a published author, a past MVP sales associate and the president of an achievement company called NO “XQs (no excuse), Inc. His life represents the idea of discovering options and finding new opportunities. Randy Snow has proven that in order to succeed today, you must have a 100% able-bodied mind!