Dian’s Journey

As a media personality for over 25 years, Dian Thomas has conquered television, radio, newspaper, magazines and the Internet, making an impact on the lives of millions of viewers and readers.

Dian has taken her experiences of growing up in Utah as a Forest Ranger’s daughter and used them to inspire, entertain and motivate audiences all over the world.  Starting with Roughing It Easy (New York Times Best-seller) and continuing on through to How to Get a Million Dollars’ Worth of Free Publicity™, her books have sold over a million copies and continue in popularity.  Her innovative ideas are delightful, her outdoor recipes are mouth-watering and her enthusiasm for life is contagious!

But it’s not all about family fun, indoors and out.  To Dian, it’s about empowering her audience to reach new heights and to truly savor life.  Her speeches and presentations are filled with passion, creativity and fun…and a lot of sizzle!  She mixes her messages with eye-catching and amazing demonstrations that enthrall the audience.  It’s always fun when Dian comes to town!

Chapter Three:  Wisdom from The Lone Ranger of The Manti-La Sal Forest 

2023-03-01T19:41:37+00:00February 28th, 2023|Dian's Biography, Dian's Journey|

The Lone Ranger of the Manti-La Sal Forest was my idol. My father, Julian Thomas, spent most of his life in a green khaki shirt, proudly wearing a forest service pin. His job was to keep the mountains from eroding under the pounding of heavy spring [...]

Learning in a Different Way

2023-02-19T06:28:40+00:00February 19th, 2023|Career|

For someone who did not like to read and write, life has really changed. When I was called in high school to the counselor’s office after taking an aptitude test, my counselor told me not to go on to college, because I did not have the [...]

Journey to Success

2023-02-23T18:40:55+00:00February 19th, 2023|Career, Dian's Journey|

 In high school, I took an aptitude test in the tenth grade. When the score returned, the school counselor called me into the office. I remember her asking me what I planned to do after high school. I stood tall and said, "I am going to [...]


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