SPEECH TITLES AND/OR TOPICS
Humor | Inspiration | Motivation
Jack McCall helps businesses and individuals perform more effectively in a world marked by constant pressure and accelerated change. His insights are penetrating and his style is refreshingly entertaining. Jack McCall's skill for getting to the heart of the matter is uncanny. His humor is crisp and clean and he never creates laughter at the expense of his audience.
Jack McCall is a businessman, entrepreneur, and adventurer. He is a graduate of the University of Tennessee and the Graduate School of Banking of the South at Louisiana State University. He holds the Chartered Life Underwriter and Chartered Financial Consultant designation from the American College and is a Certified Speaking Professional. Marketing specialist, financial services professional, and healthcare executive are the roles that have provided Jack McCall with a rich background of business experiences.
After developing his storytelling craft for over thirty-five years, he left the corporate world in 2000 and founded Jack McCall, Inc., a professional speaking/training firm based in Hartsville, Tennessee.
When it comes to driving change, Jack McCall delivers by:
Audiences find Jack McCall's presentations to be a refreshing departure from technical burnout and information overload. Each appearance is inspiring and motivational, making Jack the ideal opening or closing keynoter. He shares a step-by-step game plan on how to make life really count. Jack McCall challenges audiences to think courageously, as they consider the risks and opportunities encountered in an ever-changing world. He teaches how to rediscover the truest sources of motivation, reassess positions and "recharge our batteries," while showing how to recapture the magic of laughter. Jack explores the critical areas of life: work, play, love and worship; and how each is directly linked to mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual well-being.
Jack McCall's clients include the Arkansas Hospital Association, Century 21, Bridgestone/Firestone, Coldwell Banker, Department of Energy, Marriott Corporation, Mutual of New York, the National Food & Energy Council, the North Carolina Bankers Assoc., the Pennsylvania Farm Bureau, Sherwin Williams, Toyota, the United Postal Service, and the United States Department of Labor, just to name a few.