Do you have a hard time to find a great motivational keynote speaker in Dallas, Texas? Do you feel stressed to make the right choice for your next conference in Dallas, Texas? Do you feel overwelmed by different choices of local keynote speakers? Top motivational speaker Michael Wigge supports your next meeting in Dallas! As a top motivational speaker in Texas, Wigges supports your next meeting in presenting an outstanding and highly entertaining motivational keynote on sales, leadership, change management, or motivation! Let Wigge help you turn your next Dallas, Fort Worth conference into an unforgetable event! Motivational keynote speaker Wigge serves Dallas, Fort Worth, Texas and the entire nation. PBS travel show host and motivational keynote speaker, Michael Wigge’s background is based on amazing challenge projects broadcast around the globe. His most successful and outstanding challenges are entitled ‘How to Travel the World for FREE’, and ‘How to Barter for Paradise’ (Wigge traveled the world without any penny of money and two years later, bartered an apple to a house within seven month).
Dallas and Fort Worth Keynote Speaker
Typically, keynote speaker Wigge delivers 60-minute keynotes in Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas—but there is another very important component: Leaving your comfort zone after the meeting as an exercise for professional growth. Read about the Michael Wigge Challenger Concept to begin creating real change for your business today! Wigge ususally gives handouts with comfort-zone-leaving exercises after each keynote to embrace lasting change for everyone. More on Wigge’s background: As a humorist and top motivational speaker in Dallas and Fort Worth, TX, Michael Wigge presented his famous adventure challenge projects on The Tonight Show and on the Today Show . These stories were also covered in articles in the LA Times and Outside Magazine. Wigge’s seven factual television challenge shows have won awards and been broadcast in five countries.
Keynotes and Workshops
Texas and Dallas motivational speaker Michael Wigge works as a certified coach and keynote speaker, bestselling author, and as a professional challenge seeker. He has helped people create better leadership, improve sales figures, and embrace change. His keynotes and workshops are based on his popular challenge books and shows, How to Travel the World for Free and How to Barter for Paradise (PBS). The MWCC coaching concept has proven to be life and business changing as background to Wigge’s keynotes. His challenge experiences build the backbone of his current Challenge-4-Change keynotes on change management, leadership, sales, motivation, and goal setting. Dallas and Fort Worth motivational speaker Wigge is up for any keynote request you might have! Are you ready to contact him? Wigge has already developed his own profession as ‘Challenge Seeker” more than fifteen years years ago when he designed his first adventure challenge. He desribes his project style as a mixture of humor, information, self-experimentation and motivation. His specialty lies in adventure travel challenges, which he explores in a very funny and unconventional manner. Wigge has been speaking at Fort Worth Convention Center 1201 Houston St, Fort Worth, TX 76102, USA +1 817-392-6338 before.
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Don’t miss out on Wigge’s facts and travel tips on Dallas and Fort Worth for your next conference: Dallas ist one of the ten largest cities in the United States with almost 1.3 million residents. Dallas ist been visited by 25 million people each year, no wonder that Dallas offers more than 30,000 hotel rooms! Oyster.com has voted Fort Worth as one of eight US destinations that people should visit right now! Forth Worth was rated #4 by Money Online for ‘Best Travel’, and Forbes named Fort Worth ‘one of the best cities to buy a home’. If you come to town for your conference, try to make some time for leisure because you’ll be surprised how awesome this town might be. The Texas Motor Speedway is one of the country’s largest racing facilities. But you may be more interested in nature and harmony? Well, the Fort Worth Zoo was established in 1909 as one of the first zoos in Texas. Nowadays, it contains the world’s most unusual species and is definitely worth a visit. Almost nine million people visit Fort Worth from out-of-town each year, don’t miss out to be one of them to enjoy the beautiful Texan city. Michael Wigge’s top recommended hotel in town is the amazing Omni Fort Worth Hotel on 1300 Houston St, Fort Worth, TX 76102, US. The price/service ratio is tested by Dallas motivational speaker Wigge several times, and he loves to stay there. Its mixture of comfort, beautiful swimming pool, its cleanliness, service and location makes this pretty hotel an unforgetable accomodation for your next conference. For your Dallas conference, Wigge suggests the enjoyable Magnolia Dallas Downtown Hotel 1401 on Commerce St, Dallas, TX 75201. Its views from its rooms are just breathtaking.Enjoy your meeting and your stay!