Larry’s presentations have several goals; Educational, Process Driven, Story Telling with some Humor, and Accountability.

Education is the main reason for attending an event, just as Larry started in 1994. He feels honored to now be the one sharing with you the things he learned at the events he attended, and more importantly, over his 35 plus years of business experiences. He doesn’t hold back.

Process-Driven is a designed plan. It means taking someone or a project from point A to point B, often without them even realizing you are doing it, and you may not always follow the same path. Yet, you have a plan, you know the direction, and where you want them to finish, which is a lot better than letting the client lead you.

Humor can be an excellent tool for learning. Stories can help us to remember, and funny stories are more comfortable to recall. Educational, funny stories are some of the best ways to reflect events in your life (good or bad), which often significantly impact our learning.

Larry says, “A plan not implemented is not a plan.” Thus, if you don’t implement your plan, there isn’t accountability for you or the company. An implemented plan is an essential part of the process you should use for others and, most importantly, yourself.


Larry currently does one workshop called “Change To Grow: Getting Comfortable With Being Uncomfortable.”

“Change To Grow: Getting Comfortable With Being Uncomfortable” is an intensive two-day workshop designed for business owners and key people ready to make serious changes in their organization.

You will leave with a customized business plan for your company that is easy to understand, share with your team, measurable, and implement. You will learn a lot of new tools like; Leadership and Communication, refining your sales process for uniformity (allowing you to hire and train more salespeople) and higher profits, Time Management, Onboarding for retention, and how to think different as The Owner.

You are likely to make some new, very close connections, possibly friends in the same position as you, maybe a little bigger, maybe smaller; you will all learn from each other.