“Greg exceeded every expectation!”

Our advertising operations team loved having Greg as a guest speaker. His stories and practical business experiences really resonated and everyone felt that they would be able to apply his messages in their work and personal lives. Greg exceeded every expectation!

-Robin London, Vice President, AOL

“The perfect combination”

“Greg’s enthusiasm, humor, and amicable style were the perfect combination to keep everyone engaged and entertained throughout the evening.”

Jennifer Basara, creator of The Queen City Shootout

“People had a terrific time”

“Greg did a great job of making his program applicable to both first-time and experienced players. People had a terrific time; it was one of the more popular summer associate events.”

Nicole S. Raiman, Attorney Recruiting & Devt. Manager, Akin Gump, L.A.

“Our team loved Greg”

“Our team loved Greg and his stories and practical business experiences that they could take home and apply. Greg exceeded every expectation and then some.”

Jay Mason, Director of Franchise Development, EZ Paint

“Fun and Relatable”

Greg’s stories were fun and relatable, and the topics covered were thought-provoking and perfectly on target for our group. I have been incorporating his techniques on negotiation and it has had a massive impact on my business. The group enjoyed him so much that he was invited to the firm’s happy hour to continue the Q & A and conversations one on one. Greg far and away over-delivered.

-George Ghattas, Cushman & Wakefield

Amarillo Slim in a World Full of Fat People: The Memoirs of the Greatest Gambler Who Ever Lived

Amarillo Slim Preston has won $300,000 from Willie Nelson playing dominoes and $2 million from Larry Flynt playing poker. He has shuffled, dealt, and bluffed with some of twentieth-century’s most famous figures. He beat Minnesota Fats at pool with a broom, Bobby Riggs at table tennis with a skillet, and Evel Knievel at golf with a carpenter’s hammer. Amarillo Slim has gambled with ’em all, and left most of them wishing they hadn’t.