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Networking on MainStreet-Building the Next Generation Leader

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Networking on MainStreet with Dirk Cummins with Guest Kirby Lammers

KIRBY LAMMERS is a dynamic, passionate and caring professional, who seeks to make a positive difference in today’s business climate. His credentials include over 1,000 appearances on many local and national television shows along with interviews on countless radio shows, plus hosting his own radio and television show. Kirby has more than 25 years of experience in management, coaching, training, sales, wellness, and professional speaking. His audiences call him an “Inspirtainer” and he shows up for life each day being the best he can possibly be. Kirby is an “Overcomer” and maintains a positive spirit after surviving death, 40 major disasters in one year and many other life challenges. He speaks from his heart and experiences to make a positive difference in today’s world. Kirby is the President of Mind, Body and Business, “Building the Next Generation Leader and Employee” and focused on leading “The Feel Good Environment”, increasing the quality of employee performance, efficiencies, productivity, memory retention, brain function, prevention of disease, enhanced energy and providing a shift in culture behavior. Kirby, Chairs the Leadership Initiative Board for the University of Houston, Bauer College of Business, serves on the Board of Directors for SHAPE (Society for Heart Attack Prevention and Eradication), Camp Supervisor and Board Vice President for “Champions Kids Camp”, and an accomplished Music Performer and Entertainer. He has demonstrated the ability to partner with key business and city leaders to gain a focused initiative for improving the quality of business and family.

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