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Sam Glenn Inspires Audiances as Large as 75,000!

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Published on Jul 30, 2009

To Book Sam to Speak at Your Event, visit and contact him at: http://samglenn.com/

Sam Glenn has become one of the most notable conference highlight speakers in the country. His specialty is offering engaging, entertaining and educational kick off and closing speeches. Sam sets a positive tone for meetings or wraps things up on an up-lifting note.

To Order Sam’s Inspiring Books, Visit: http://samglenn.com/
Review:
“You are the highest rated keynote speaker we have ever had.”
– Blue Cross Blue Shield Association
When organizations want to kick off or wrap up their events or conferences on a positive note, they call Sam Glenn. His presentation energizes audiences as large as 75,000 at stadium events.
Sam Glenn never set out to be a professional speaker and author. In fact, at one time, Sam was one of the most negative people you could have ever met. He failed in business and as a result became negative, broke, depressed, homeless, and got a job working as a nighttime janitor. Things really changed for Sam when he accidentally knocked over legendary business speaker, Zig Ziglar, at a buffet. The conversation that followed had a profound and positive impact on Sam's attitude and gave him what he refers to as A Kick in the Attitude.

For the past 15 years, Sam Glenn has been the "go-to guy" for hundreds of organizations who value positive people engaged in positive action. Sam's attitude maintenance program weaves a mix of humor, art, and life lessons into a valuable platform wherein people walk away feeling re-energized and ready to more fully engage in what they do.

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