Passionate Performance is Winning Performance
As professional speakers go, Bud Boughton is among the best.
A unique individual whose professional life has spanned the world of academia, college athletics, and corporate America, he is truly committed to helping others achieve success. A life-long student of performance improvement and leadership development, Bud is an educator at heart who is always looking to make a difference when he works with his clients.
Over the years, Bud has learned how to connect with audiences of all ages. Blending humor, powerful insights, and thought-provoking questions in his presentations, he has done keynotes at technology conferences and business forums, guest lectures on college campuses and even story telling sessions at elementary schools. Best of all, he is the kind of speaker who knows how to keep his audience “in the moment.” His real-life experiences articulate great messages that have real meaning in today’s world and his masterful skill as a story teller will have your audience crying one minute and laughing the next. When he’s done, you will know what he means when he says, “Passionate performance is winning performance!”
Sound interesting? Take a look around the website or if you wish, and contact Bud HERE on his web contact form OR call him at (317) 258-6372. He would be glad to speak with you and discuss how he can work with you and your business or organization to make your next event that much more special.
"Bud is a self-motivated sales and marketing executive who contributes significant value to every project that he is involved with. He understands the true value of teamwork and is a catalyst for a winning environment. He makes a difference wherever he goes."
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