Bob Kittell

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Bob Kittell is an engaging and highly sought after speaker and trainer specializing in helping people grow and enhance their memory. Bob interacts with his audiences using humor and high energy that makes people sit up, listen in and learn – all while having a ball!

He’s one of the featured speakers on the national Get Motivated Tour, having spoken to audiences in over 150 cities nationally and internationally. Bob toured with Zig Ziglar, Colin Powell, Rudy Giuliani, Les Brown, Tom Hopkins, Brian Tracy, Terry Bradshaw, Joe Montana, Lou Holtz, Dr. Willie Jolley and other political, motivational, and sports celebrities. His message of hope helps people find success in their business and personal lives.

His approach motivates people to take action today and rise to a compelling vision with a crystal-clear game plan for successful living! Bob’s amazing memory methods are fun to learn. These techniques apply to whatever you want to remember. When attendees leave, they have a greater ability to remember lists, phone numbers, faces, names, and other complex information.

Bob started his speaking business after college when he founded Memory Improvement Systems and trained tens of thousands of college students at over 100 major Universities how to remember information for the academics. Bob has used his talents to raise money for organizations with his memory DVD’s raising over $40,000 at a woman’s conference for charity in a half hour presentation.

Where Bob Has Spoken

Media/Press Interview Questions

  1. How does the smartphone impact mental health?
  2. What have you learned about the new campus crises, anxiety?
  3. How can you tell if a child or adult is addicted to electronics?
  4. How can you know if someone is depressed?
  5. What do you know about blue light and how it damages the brain?
  6. How do we get unaddicted from our devices?
  7. What is an addiction?
  8. How big a problem is this in our schools?
  9. Why do you speak for free in schools about electronics and depression?

    What people are saying

    "In over 30 years of speaking, I've been privileged to listen to the best. Bob Kittell brings a new, fresh dynamic to the stage. If you get a chance to hear him - do it!"

    Tom Hopkins- Author/ Tom Hopkins International

    "Bob is an engaging, enlightening, and a unique presenter. His delivery is highly entertaining and his message is powerful. I would recommend him to anyone - a great guy, with a great message that impacts his audience in a positive and meaningful way."

    Hugh McCutcheon- U.S. Olympic Gold and Silver Medal Volleyball Coach

    "Bob, you are a world class speaker. Your humor, blended with inspiration, energy, and enthusiasm make you truly gifted. I never get tired of listening to you and I'm amazed at how you can connect with thousands in an arena as if you’re speaking to everyone individually. I love the way you teach people to keep their eyes up, looking for opportunities to enrich the lives of others with what we have learned. You really have made a difference in the world and in individuals lives. Keep up the good work."

    Les Brown- Public Speaker/ Author

    "Our keynote's plane was delayed two and a half hours and I had 5,000 in my audience waiting. Bob had already spoken for 90 minutes. Bob took the initiative and walked out on stage and saved the day, entertaining and inspiring for those two and a half hours. It was a huge success! Bob has spoken for me at my Celebrity Events, Millionaires in Training Events for over a decade. Without exception, one of the most versatile and inspiring speakers I've ever had."

    Mitch Huhem- Billion Dollar Business Strategist

    "Internationally renowned award winning speaker, who ignites hope, and inspires greatness with audiences all over the world. Masterfully entertaining and motivational, you will learn how happiness and success can be achieved despite life’s setbacks.”

    Brian Forte- CEO/ Get Motivated Seminars