Join us for a happy ambush of ideas and inspiration from Art Fettig, entrepreneur and nationally certified speaking professional. (Above - Art is center page in this image taken from his book cover.)
Come prepared to be energized, entertained and enlightened by one of America’s top motivational humorists.
You will learn
• How Art has sustained decades of success and 24/7 income–and how you can do that
• What blocks most people from pursuing their dreams
• How to develop a mindset for thinking about new options and products
• Why a “give to get” philosophy brings new business and profits.
Art is mentor to a parade of great professional speakers. Author of 100 booklets/books. Songwriter with five CDs. Stand up comic. Abby Award-winning audiovisual producer.
This is a man who has followed his dreams for 41 years. He has made professional presentations in all 50 states and most of the Canadian provinces. Toyota paid his full fee to speak to just three vice presidents–and two of them didn’t speak English.
Art has branded and re-branded himself multiple times, with great success.
As “Mr. Lucky,” bringing in clients like AT&T, GE, Atlanta and Georgia Power, Exxon, BP, Toyota, Shell and Success Unlimited Magazine.
As “The Wizard of Pos,” touching the lives of thousands of students, parents and teachers with live presentations, eight books, a video series and CDs
As "Almost Andy-close enough for most." Close enough that Governor McCrory mistook him for the real Andy Griffith, leading to front page pictures of the two in major North Carolina newspapers, a story in the Washington Post and an interview on public radio. Publicity money can’t buy.
For our usual $5 admission, you’ll go home with an armload of free goodies. Everyone will receive a free book and CDs of Art’s songs, which he is donating “to share my excitement in living and the joy of gift giving.”
Art has presented to a full house at the Charlotte Coliseum, substituted for an American president, and been featured in a national meeting planners magazine. He’s also a recipient of the Purple Heart and of the Distinguished Service to Safety Award, the National Safety council’s highest honor for an individual.
Art’s motto? “Happiness is having something exciting pending.” He is currently writing his memoir.