Business humorist Steve Rizzo has adjusted the attitudes of thousands of employees across America. As a motivational speaker, he demonstrates ways audiences can remove the boundaries and inhibitions they have placed on themselves to reach higher levels of success.
His book, Get Your Shift Together: How to Think, Laugh, and Enjoy Your Way to Success in Business and in Life, is a humorous and deeply meaningful guide to transform your professional and personal life by shifting your attitude and breaking down emotional and mental barriers that get in your way. His key takeaway message: “Don’t put your happiness on hold.” His latest book is Motivate This!.
Before Rizzo became a motivational speaker, he was a popular stand-up comedian, with the likes of Dennis Miller, Rosie O’Donnell, and Drew Carey as his opening acts. As he watched other comedians get prime opportunities while he was passed by, he realized he was sabotaging his own success. That epiphany set him on a self-help quest that allowed him to develop the tools he needed to change his life. He now shares those same tools with audiences to help them acquire the attitude they need to achieve their goals while enjoying the process along the way.
With levity and insight, Rizzo shows audiences how they can adjust their attitudes and overcome the obstacles that keep them from achieving the greatness and happiness they desire both personally and professionally. His presentations spotlight techniques designed to motivate individuals to improve performance at all levels -- sales, customer service, productivity, and creativity.
Steve Rizzo is the best speaker I have ever heard at any event during my 30 years in business. His presentation was so poignant and powerful that I ordered copies of his book for our entire staff.
Steve's program made a profound impact on all of us. The unique blend of humor and direction helped our guests and associates refocus on the reality of going on with life and work. They are now more determined than ever to succeed despite adversities.
I cannot compliment Steve enough for his outstanding presentation. Never in my 19 years of attending and coordinating meetings have I seen a speaker generate such enthusiasm.