At the peak of a blossoming tennis career while just a junior in high school, 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!
Pushing Forward When Things Change
Randy's most popular program Pushing Forward When Things Change uses personal examples to illustrate that despite our circumstances, whether economic, physical, or otherwise, our dreams can be fulfilled.
The Courage to Lead
Examining four very important leadership virtues, Courage inspires the audience to live the truth, compete with a purpose, reach for opportunities and remain compassionate. Utilizing these leadership pillars will ready you and your staff for every test.
Safety - A Wake-Up Call
Randy's story of his own unforgettable accident and his blend of humor and audience participation impacts at every level. Sighting arrogance, outside distractions, complacency and lack of courage, Randy addresses the controllable fallbacks that affect most job-related injuries. Safety - A Wake-Up Call! is powerful, inspiring and lasting.
Diversity & Teamwork - The Truth of the Matter
Successful people - successful organizations -- focus on an individual's assets rather than their differences. Laugh and learn as you find ways to promote teamwork, along with individualism, and nurture a well-balanced and informed workforce.
What's Your Excuse?
During What's Your Excuse, the audience will hear first hand about goal setting, the importance of positive role models, and building a dream. Furthermore, after experiencing his accident at the age of 16, the topic of invincibility is explored and clearly understood. Our youth must hear this message about choices and consequences!
"Your presentation was widely accepted because of your ability to incorporate things we do on a day-to-day basis. This allowed us to appreciate the topic even more from a practical standpoint as opposed to a textbook approach of applying theories."
Price Waterhouse Coopers
"Randy's comments were appropriate in every way. He touched on leadership, commitment, perseverance, and creativity in solving problems through teamwork."
"Never have I heard such praise of a speaker nor heard continued comments for as many days after the presentation as I have with your speech. I hope I will have the opportunity to hear you speak again."
"As I go about setting up meetings about the country, one of the major challenges is having programs that inform, entertain, and motivate our people. Without any question, you did all of these things for our members, and then some."
The Med Group
Texas Electric Cooperative Association
Texas Recreation and Parks Society