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Tommy Lanham with special guest Al Edington

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Tommy Lanham is a L.I.F.E. Coach and L.I.V.E. Speaker. He is "America's Expert Enthusiator" adding life to your life, one life at a time. Our special guest is master storyteller Al Edington.Al is a dynamic speaker, trainer, and speech coach who uses storytelling and humor to educate, motivate and inspire his audiences. As a lifelong resident of Central Kentucky with family ties to both Frankfort and Eastern Kentucky, you will hear torrid tales from his varied background. From his years in the military as a weapons instructor to his experience as a police officer and even more “curious” stories driving a taxi cab, not to mention his new experiences as a father of twin 5-year olds. Always an appreciator of a good story, Al finds that storytelling and humor are excellent ways to teach adults new skills, whether these are occupationally related or just for fun hobbies and past times. Al finds inspiration in great comedians such as Johnny Carson, Red Skelton, and Jerry Seinfeld and uses real life examples from current events, history, and biographies of notable citizens past and present to illustrate points that are topical, memorable, and most of all useful to his audience. Currently serving as the occupational safety manager for a transportation company in Lexington, Al regularly conducts employee training in a classroom environment several times each week. He is also a Certified Tourism Ambassador for Lexington-Fayette County. “Al is a fantastic trainer and leader that has the ability to motivate people towards a common goal better than anyone I have ever seen.” Graham Ricks, Technical Trainer, IT ResNet, Eastern Kentucky University “Al is an excellent speaker. As a great storyteller who can make you laugh or cry, Al's drama and variety leaves you wanting more.” Bobby Ricks, Assistant Chief at Coal Run Village Police Department