Keynote Speaker San Francisco

A Great Day to be a Keynote Speaker in San Francisco.San Francisco Keynote Speaker Mike Hourigan uses the cable cars in San Francisco

It was a beautiful day to be a Keynote Speaker in San Francisco. From the 10th floor window of my hotel in San Francisco I could barely make out the buildings across the street. I started my morning ritual with a cup of coffee and an equally hot shower, two things that get me pumped up for the day. By the time I walked out the door, most of the dense sea air had rolled back to the bay and the rising sun was burning off the residual fog.

I was in the bay area to be a keynote speaker at San Francisco’s Moscone Center, and I knew the sunny weather was going to be reflected in the audience’s disposition. All of that sunshine would also help power the Moscone Center’s solar generation installation, which provides the building with electricity and lighting. Being a keynote speaker in San Francisco has the added satisfaction of knowing that you’re AV equipment is running on green energy, and I find that very idea to be energizing! When I am amped up, that energy gets redirected to motivating my audience. I feel like I can transfer my energy to them, to empower them to be proactive about setting and reaching their goals.

After a day of encouraging others to make informed, confident decisions, I was shouldered with the responsibility of picking from the thousands of restaurants San Francisco has to offer. Talk about tough decisions! It did, however, make it easy to decide that I would come back to be a keynote speaker in the great city of San Francisco anytime. (by the way, I chose B Restaurant and Bar on Howard Street – best hanger steak ever!)

Mike Hourigan is a San Francisco Keynote Speaker, as well as an Author and Consultant who specializes in communications skills training and change management.

Contact Mike at 708-875-3030, 888-PRO-KEYNOTE or send him a message.