Speaking Biography of Dian Thomas

Dian Thomas's knowledge of how to get one's life in harmony, ways to add fun to everytday living, and grassroots marketing, combined with her unique and entertaining presentation style have lead to her status as a media celebrity. Her 14 years as a regular on network television has generated her frequent guest appearances on Home and Family on the Hallmark Channel and over 5,000 local television and radio appearances. Dian's claim to fame is her seemingly limitless reservoir of ideas.

Dian's audiences are delighted by her professional, yet down-to-earth style as she presents complex principles in a way that is both easy to understand and never boring. Dian empowers her audience to reach new heights and truly savor life. Her speeches and programs are filled with passion, creativity, and fun, and she mixes her message with eye catching and amazing demonstrations. dian's events are alway "standing room only" and the testimonials reveal why.

With more than 25 years of experience, nationally renowned author Dian Thomas has been honored to serve as a national spokesperson for such high profile businesses as Kraft Food, Dow Chemical, General Foods, Procter and Gamble, Crayola and countless others.

As a successful entrepreneur and the author of 19 innovative books, including the New York Times best seller, Roughing it Easy, Dian's first-hand and corporate experiences have provided her with a comprehensive understanding of the power of live demonstrations and the ability to show entrepreneurs how to discover and build their passions into a thriving business.

Over the past several years, Dian has traveled the world and dedicated herself to teaching others the secrets she's learned on her way to becoming known as "The First Lady of Creativity."

Dian Thomas is a member of the National Speakers Association and 2005/2006 National Chapter Member of the Year, as well as a past president of the NSA/Mountain West Chapter.







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