Speaker, Author, Advisor, Media Host, Entrepreneur Bobbie Gee serves businesses, churches and individuals by sharing her insight through award-wining public speaking, thought-provoking books, effective leadership advising, acclaimed media appearances and inventive management.
Hall of Fame Speaker Bobbie's passion to influence lives has led to speaking events around the world and being inducted into the National Speakers Association ¡°CPAE Speaker Hall of Fame¡±. She shared the global stage with Zig Ziglar for 3 1/2 years and was selected as one of the ¡°Top 12¡å motivational speakers in the world in 1995. As a truly gifted speaker with an impressive career and a life devoted to honoring God and family, Bobbie can powerfully present business development, spiritual growth and life balance topics. Her speaking topics include: ensuring vitality to serve God's purpose at any age (anti-aging), business image and reputation, authentic love, self-worth, employee morale boosting and mastering influence.
Distinguished Author Bobbie has authored numerous books and audio series published by the likes of Simon and Schuster, Nightingale-Conant and SEI Publishing. Some of the titles: Image Power, Life Doesn't Have to Be a Struggle, Creating a Million Dollar Image for Your Business, It's OK to Think You're Wonderful and most recently Anti-Aging God's Way. Bobbie was also a contributing author to the original Chicken Soup for the Soul and Girlfriends Talk about Men.
Effective Advisor As a business image development advisor, Bobbie has extensive experience applying principles for creating an image that can increase productivity and profitability. Bobbie's clientele has included major corporations and non-profit organizations, including: The Disney Corporation, American Airlines, IBM, First Interstate Bank, Ricoh Corporation, Southern California Edison, United States Golf Association, California State University, National Association of Realtors and the American Dental Association to name a few. In 1988 she developed an image program for the City of Calgary (Canada) in preparation for their hosting of the 1988 Winter Olympic Games. Zig Ziglar stated ¡°Bobbie Gee says what people really need to hear, and she says it in a most effective way¡±.
Acclaimed Media Appearances Bobbie's success has led to frequent radio and television appearances in Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, New Zealand and South Africa, including 60 Minutes. Her image and eloquent communication style has led to host roles on talk shows and created opportunities behind the scenes as well. Bobbie produced two talk shows focusing on business image and the balancing game of life.
Inventive Entrepreneur and Manager Bobbie has the rare ability to both speak sound business principles and implement them while managing other highly driven professionals. She founded and served on the board for a carbon monoxide sensor manufacturer that became the top seller in its market, was highly praised by Consumer Reports and became a publically held corporation. She also is the former owner of the Orange County (California) Speakers Bureau. Recently through Bobbie Gee Enterprises, Bobbie founded the God's Way natural skincare product collection, inspired by the Bible's 191 references to the healing power of Oil, with using oil obtained from the precious fruit produced by the one of most significant plants in the Bible, the Olive Tree.
Family and Friends Bobbie Gee has been married to her remarkable husband, Ernie for over 50 years. Together Bobbie and Ernie have two beautiful daughters who gave them six precious grandchildren. They live in Southern California where they love to entertain, mentor others and volunteer as humble servants at their church.
Current Speaking Topics Bobbie Gee speaks on a range of topics focused on her own life long drive to achieve ethical business success balanced with achieving personals goals, valuing family and never losing faith. Her life is an incredible testimony about seizing the possibilities in life by overcoming those emotions that can hold us back, while constantly forgiving those in our lives.
Anti-Aging God's Way This presentation makes a persuasive argument that emotional wellbeing is as important as physical health to maintain your ability to thrive and serve a life of purpose at any age. The stories included in the message beautifully illustrate how knowing God can provide a way to handle frustrations, fears and stresses to relieve your body of toxic aging emotions. Learn more about Anti-Aging God's Way.
It is Ok to Think You are Wonderful This is a top rated program by USA/Canada Lions Leadership Forum & labeled the most memorable presentation in the history of the Association of Image Consultants International. This motivational message is perfect for an organization to boost morale and anyone looking to improve their self-worth. Learn more about It is Ok to Think You are Wonderful.
Becoming a Master of Influence Bobbie will share secrets she developed while working for the Walt Disney Company on ways to influence your market share. Learn how to be more effective while establishing an emotional connection with your customers. This is a great presentation for motivated organizations who value the three most important words in business ¨C Reputation, Reputation, Reputation! Learn more about Becoming a Master of Influence.
The Balancing Game: Life 101 Are you looking for happiness? This very inspirational presentation is on life balance, confronting problems and decision making. It can take you to uncharted depths of thinking. Learn more about The Balancing Game: Life 101.
Customer Service vs. Customer Relations Organization can fail when they confuse the terms ¡°customer service¡± and ¡°customer relations.¡± The term ¡°customer service¡± and ¡°customer relations¡± are often used interchangeably, but in reality are significantly different. You can experience excellent service, but still feel no connection, or relationship, to an organization. This presentation will help you serve while building a relationship that helps your organization achieve its goals. Learn more about Serve vs. Relationship.