IT'S TIME

TO LET

GOOD THINGS

RUN WILD

 

ABOUT

“While it is true that Christianity has a certain amount of rule and order, the chief aim of that rule and order is to allow good things to run wild.”

Greg is an effective and engaging communicator and has spoken at business colleges, dental colleges, university athletic teams, professional health care groups, and men’s conferences. One of the dominant themes in his coaching and speaking is how one connects their business interests to their faith resulting in a deeper faith, a better business, and a greater impact.

G.K. CHESTERTON

TESTIMONIALS

KIRK 

FERENTZ

Head Football Coach

of the Iowa Hawkeyes

“I have had the opportunity to hear Greg speak for a number of years on how faith impacts athletic performance.  He is a passionate and engaging speaker and his messages are positive, thought provoking, encouraging and it has had a positive contribution on the individuals who have heard him speak.”

SPEAKING

Check out some of his past speeches

 

CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR

LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT OVER 70-80 YEARS

Leadership is an essential and vital component of any organization.  Great leadership is influential, impactful, and noble. Unfortunately, it also rare.  Great leadership is not found in a title, office, or position. But it can be found in you. Dr. Greg explains how leadership is designed to grow in an ever-increasing impact and influence on others through various stages and seasons over a lifetime. Whether you are in school finishing your degree, or an executive that is responsible for a multitude, there are people in your sphere of influence that are longing to see and experience something genuine, authentic, and powerful in leadership. Leadership is a noble quest to impact and influence people. And in this quest, you may just find out that the person that is impacted the most is YOU.

BREAKOUT TOPICS

I JUST WORK A SECULAR JOB (AND OTHER LIES)

Many people of faith believe that there are jobs that are secular in nature as well as sacred in nature. And that is true. However, what makes certain jobs secular and others sacred in nature? Many believe that it is the type of work that one does that makes an occupation secular or sacred. Unfortunately, that’s a lie. It’s not the type of work that determines it’s sacred nature, but it’s the type of worker that makes all the difference. Let Dr. Greg show you how much of a difference this can make in you and your work. After all, believing lies hold us back, but believing the truth will set us free…even at work!

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