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Thank you for opening my

Thank you for opening my heart. George Scott

It was such a joy and

It was such a joy and privilege to hear you speak at our state conference. Your use of real time appearance/biases and music make it a very engaging and memorable presentation. Here's to finding the fair, flexible and fun! Thank you so much for having a passion for those who want to help others! V

Adolph both challenges and

Adolph both challenges and encourages his audience through the spoken word. Burt Shields

He gets the job done! Henry

He gets the job done! Henry Matthews, Director of Sales

Hello Dr. Brown! First, I

Hello Dr. Brown! First, I want to say thank you for being an inspiration to our young scholars at Ellison High School! They are still talking about your speech and how much you have impacted their lives. Some have begun researching you desiring to know more about your life. Second, I want to thank you for inspiring me to move beyond where I am. You don’t know how much I needed to hear your inspiring and encouraging words you spoke to me. Thanks for all you do! You and your family are in my prayers! God bless! Rico Corporal Assistant Principal Ellison High School

Dear Dr. Brown, Today I

Dear Dr. Brown, Today I attended your presentation and I was truly moved. A year ago I was in treatment for cancer. It was an extremely frightening time of my life. There were a number of things that I could have let crush me but I chose to focus on the blessings and to see that the cancer world has a lot of positive things to offer, despite the despair. The lessons I learned during my chemo journey changed me for the better. I came away as a new person... kind of like the phoenix that rises from the ashes. Anyway, what I want to say is that my faith in humanity has been restored since my diagnosis. Today you brought my faith into an even brighter light. I see that the work that you are doing is so vital because people need to recognize that now, more than ever, is a time that we all need to come together to support each other, foster our family units and our communities with love. I appreciated your humor and your dancing. It brought so much joy to all of us today. Through chemo, I discovered that it is so very important to embrace laughter and to have fun. It is like a catalyst to open hearts and encourage us as teachers, students, parents, friends, neighbors and strangers, to accept each other for who we are and to support each other to change ourselves and our lives in the most positive way. To live in love and to be grateful for all the blessings we have each and every day... that it was I took away from your presentation. Thank you for reminding me of all these wonderful things. Thank you for doing the work that you do. I feel blessed to have had the opportunity today to hear your humor and your words of kindness. I am one month away from remission. I returned to work this past September and it feels marvelous. I feel like that new teacher you described. My life is good and I am grateful to be a part of my students' lives. Blessings to you and your family! Safe travels! (Please pardon any typos... I write this while doing Scooby and Shaggy voices for my three year old.) Thank you again, Wendy Gismondi Bradford School First Grade Teacher

Heartfelt brilliant talk.

Heartfelt brilliant talk. Glad I came. Johnson F. Costigan

Dr. Brown is an anomaly! He

Dr. Brown is an anomaly! He is thought-provoking while communicating with intellectual rigor and a robust sense of humor. Thank you for the journey. Ellison Charles, School Board Trustee

Doc Brown is a hoot! He is

Doc Brown is a hoot! He is gives tons of talk-aways with plenty of fun. Leslie Davis

Riveting @The Entrepreneur

Riveting @The Entrepreneur EXPO! Jason Norenburg

Adolph is the best public

Adolph is the best public speaker I've seen. Many in the Leadership Academy said you were the best we have had in the 22 years of the event. Your message was right on! I was personally amazed at how brilliant Adolph is and how passionate he is about his profession - "his calling!" But i was most touched by seeing my colleagues so responsive!!!! Perry Cole, Co-Chairman and CEO

He's worth it! Jennifer

He's worth it! Jennifer Alston

Dr. Brown, I just wanted to

Dr. Brown, I just wanted to drop you a note of thanks for your message and presentation yesterday at NCSA Administrator Days in Kearney. I mentioned to you briefly in the hallway while you were at your table that I've been to eight or so years of keynotes, you topped a number of very impressive speakers and messages that I had seen. Your message is direct, intense, entertaining and needed - for educators of all types from building custodians all the way up to school board members and state commissioners of education. I'm a high school assistant principal after spending 15 years in the classroom as a teacher and coach. I've been working on my doctorate - so that I might one day - after a tenure as high school principal, return to the university classroom to work with preservice teachers. I've been in a bit of a funk in my program over the last year (too far into the program to quit and not close enough to the end to see the light at the end of the tunnel). I know I've lost some focus and direction as I've let the job and outside distractions take over. I felt compelled to write this morning because I wanted to let you know that you have helped inspire me to get the fire re-ignited and get this project done! I've got an excellent outlook on the coming year and new-found focus to get after my program studies! I needed this. Thank you! R. Jon Frey Assistant Principal Columbus High School

Fun! With a strong dose of

Fun! With a strong dose of information and inspiration! Clem Jones

More than just a speech. It

More than just a speech. It was a transformative experience. We knew it was successful when practically our entire sales team says it was the best decision they made. Edwin Thames

loved his delivery: he was

loved his delivery: he was funny, witty, very sure of himself, but most of all it was his charisma and energy that hooked me from the get go. I just loved the way I felt when I was listening to Dr. Brown talk. I found that as his energy and excitement increased, so did mine. After the keynote I decided to follow his techniques and found that they really work. I was hooked. -Arthur Vann

In August 2009, Doc Brown

In August 2009, Doc Brown came to our teachers' kick off meeting for the school year. Before the afternoon session started, I saw him as he mingled around in his thug attire. I watched him get shut out of almost every attempt to connect with the teachers and administrators who were sharing their summertime stories. It was sad. That is, until he came by me. I stopped him, asked his name, if he was early for school, and to see if he needed anything. I took interest in him because he looked like many of the students I had in my class. He asked what I was doing, and I explained I was working on my classroom procedures for a smooth operating classroom, so students would know what to expect, and the teacher could focus on them and their learning, and not the rules. He said he thought that was a great idea, and then he had to go. You can imagine my surprise when they introduced Dr. Adolph Brown and he came running, I mean RUNNING, down the aisle through the auditorium, and leaped onto stage. Right then and there he openly acknowledged me, in front of all of my 400 peers. Not only was it a reinforcement for me, but a REAL eye-opener for the other staff who had shut him out earlier. I think it really made an impact on the way our teachers connected with students, and how teachers need to really take an interest in them. Doc really drove home his 10 points, one of which is, "Significant learning will not take place without a significant relationship." I know it reinforced what I do, and helped the others realize they needed to catch up to just where students really are today, by taking an interest in them. The lesson, and messages we got that day still live on, and I am forever grateful that I personally got to meet Doc Brown. I'll never forget it. Thanks x 1,000,000,000 Jeffrey Holt

I was present at the Head

I was present at the Head Start Region VII conference where you were a keynote speaker. What you had to say and the way you presented it was amazing. You gave many a feeling that what they do does matter and does affect many in some kind of positive way. I always tell my staff that if you effect one child you have made a difference and for those teachers you had at Head Start are proof of that. I hope you continue to do what you do and givng back as you do!! JoAnn Henry

I watched "Are You Basement

I watched "Are You Basement or Balcony?" before I even ate breakfast, it was so compelling. Listening to "Against All Odds" is nothing less than brilliant. Following Dr. Brown and seeing a 'street kid' grow into a Sage has been an inspiring experience. All of his lectures get my thoughts going, and I end up yearning for more. This is the right way to learn about character...a fascinating and very thorough conversation. "Are You Basement or Balcony" is a very highly recommended purchase. -- Mary C. Senge, Los Altos, CA

A serious force in American

A serious force in American education. The lecture significantly exceeded my expectations. A marvelous speaker. Adolph Brown is an excellent scholar -- ethusiastic, fair in judgment, and he always provides the right anecdote. He is inspiring! -- Bryan Kruschwitz, Beaverton, OR

Passionate! Erudite!

Passionate! Erudite! "Change the Dance" is pure inspirational stimulation that can be popped in the video player anytime. Adolph has provided insights into Leadership that I have not found anywhere else. Both his expertise and his passion for the Leadership and Excellence are off the charts! -- Gary Webster , Solana Beach, CA

One of the world's best kept

One of the world's best kept secrets!I want to say that the seminar that was held in Panama City was the most outstanding and informitative lecture I have ever attended. I am employed as a school bus driver and the children that I transport have not stopped talking about this. I myself laughed and learned from this lecture. I would recomend it to everyone. Thank you for your time and concern for todays youth. Keep up the GREAT work. Jim Chambers

Thank you for not being on a

Thank you for not being on a tirade dropping one-liners, but actually hitting the nail on the head with our corporation. I loved the "Real Talk" no beating around the bush. Thank you for being the one consultant to positively impact us on a professional and personal level. Zina Hathaway

Thank you for coming to my

Thank you for coming to my middle school. You make me feel less alone. Sally Henderson

I laughed until my stomach

I laughed until my stomach hurt then I cried tears of joy! What a ride! he speaks directly to teachers and administrators with authority, interest, and appreciation. Audiences love him, and he is not cheap, BUT WORTH IT. Supt. Nichols

Gets everyone excited about

Gets everyone excited about learning. love Doc Brown, find him intelligent, witty, brilliantly funny, and genuine. he consistently delivers. I value information I can use. Thank you. Clarke Richards

You don't want it to end!

You don't want it to end! World completely rocked for the better. Doc's presentations are about laughing, crying and being thoughtful. Carol Hightower

Dr. Brown is a very dynamic,

Dr. Brown is a very dynamic, highly informative speaker. He engages his audience and presents information that is highly relevant and can be immediately implemented. His positive approach and real-life practicality appeal broadly to attendees. Doc's presence on the faculty of any conference will ensure its success. - Jean Simmons, Provost

Brilliant because he is a

Brilliant because he is a lunatic. A speaker who works as hard as you do. Deeply rewarding. His love radiates. Gayle Stephens

Honorable guy and lives by

Honorable guy and lives by principles.I was impressed with the depth and dimension of his lecture - Doc Brown's openness, speaking about vulnerabilities, speaking about his upbringing strained and estranged relationships, and being so grateful. Brilliant lecture. It was an amazing reminder to the rest of us of "what it is all about." I was moved to learn more about Dr. Adolph Brown and remember what is important in life. I am motivated to see Dr. Brown again. He has some good lessons to share with us all. Sean Thorpe

I know many sides of

I know many sides of Adolph.."The then" & "the now!" He has streetwise sensibility and academic sophistication. He is consistent in character on- and offstage. He is a titan of a presenter, but also a gentleman and scholar. John

He's one of the most

He's one of the most articulate presenters and fierce advocate for children, particularly those caught in achievement gaps. On a personal note, I find him to a conscientious professional who lives his job. Frank Thirdgill

Loved that he was playful,

Loved that he was playful, humorous and honest. A very compelling advocate for excellence speaker. Karl Knight

If you can make it past the

If you can make it past the first minutes without being moved, you did better than most. Betty Price

Not any speaker you have seen

Not any speaker you have seen or heard before! Betty Price

I've seen Dr. Brown 4x and he

I've seen Dr. Brown 4x and he never disappoints. He creates a very different memorable experience each time. It's rare that any one presenter has such a universal, immediate, and profound impact on his audience. Following my conversations with "Doc," I often find him to be a most grounded high-flier. Kara Richie

You won't want to leave. You

You won't want to leave. You laugh until you hurt. I'm happier and smarter. Kay Lewiston

He was beyond provoking. He

He was beyond provoking. He pushed us all to self-reflection and introspection. #Fans4Life Harold Carsen

I thought of Adolph and his

I thought of Adolph and his adulthood success with all the talk around the childhood past of Dr. Ben Carson. I grew up with Adolph and he is shares quite a bit of his young life, but he does it with a smile. I was there and know about the very smart and slow-tempered young man, but once he got there - there was no return. And yes, gangs and aggression were integral parts of his young life, but we all knew he was "better." It was almost like he was in the midst of trouble to calm it. I'm not surprised at the way life has turned out for him and his sister who is also a well-respected city attorney, once an "at-risk" youth like her older brother. Adolph has a lot to share with young people and adults alike as he has 'been there," but has refused to "stay there." Keep up the great work my childhood friend. -Mike Conley

Dr. Brown spoke in our school

Dr. Brown spoke in our school district last week and the staff is still buzzing about his presentation. The students are talking, the teachers are talking, the janitors, bus drivers and the clerical staff are all still talking about the presentation. It was powerful, humorous, inspiring and thought-provoking. I had so many employees THANKING ME for bringing Dr. Brown to our district! I heard comments such as: "He is the best speaker I have ever heard in 25 years in education." " I thought, oh no not another keynote speaker. I brought papers to grade. I never picked up a pen! I was totally engaged the entire time." " I thought no one can keep my attention for 2 hours on a Monday morning. Wow, was I wrong!" I choose to be a balcony person as a result of Dr. Brown's message. What a wonderful man, spreading a positive message that is helping thousands of others become the best that they can be! Please be encouraged to keep up the good work that you are doing because you are indeed affecting eternity in a most positive way! Sincerely, Joyce Edwards, West Feliciana School District, St. Francisville

My name is billy Billy

My name is billy Billy Baggett I am a retired correctional officer from la. State penitentiary . (Angola prison ) On Tuesday October 12 2015 Dr Brown spoke at west feliciana school system where I'm now employed as a bus driver . Listening to this man was an mind changing event for me . Due to my previous employment I'm not easily moved by someone I don't know , m Mr Browns lecture was so powerful I went back on Oct 13 to purchase some of his books for my daughter , who is in college to be a school teacher Mr Brown just happened to be there in the lobby and greeted me with a hand shake . I spent the nex 30 minutes talking with him and his wife , these people are great and he offered to sign the books I bought for my daughter and wrote inspiring messages to my daughter . I'll say it again these are great people , I feel lucky and privileged to see this team in action and hear him speak .if you ever have the opportunity to hear this man speak - TAKE IT Thank you Billy Baggett

Too good to be ignored!

Too good to be ignored! Anthony Craft

Dr. Brown is so mindful. I

Dr. Brown is so mindful. I spent time with him prior to his consultation with my team and found him to be quite insightful, humorous and down to earth. Mary Sawyer

I was privileged to be in the

I was privileged to be in the audience today in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Thank you Dr. Brown for reminding me why I became an educator 20 years ago. Your message resonated with me and I have a new outlook . Thank you again and may God continue to bless you and your family. Mary Ann Robinson

Even though I look horrible

Even though I look horrible in this pic! This guy truly amazed me at school today. I felt so blessed to be able to hear is wonderful speech at school and to also see him come to my work. I don't know if his message touched anyone else like it did me but after his message I felt like I needed to make a big change in my life! It made me realize that i need to get rid of the bad things in my life and put my family and my career first AND most important to keep God with me through it all. I have lost and learned a lot in the past 4 months but to me it's all starting to look like God has done it all for a purpose! I look up to this guy so much after today. God and this wonderful person you see in this pic is my motivation to help me become a better person and make the best out of my future! God has blessed this guy to have such a great talent and that is to reach out to others! I hope everyone that was at RCCTC got the same message as I did today. I would also like to give him another thanks for great tip today. It was so unexpected but I appreciate it more then you will ever know!

If you have to choose one

If you have to choose one speaker a year, Dr. Brown is the one. Marcus Trent, Sales & Marketing Division The Coca-cola Co

In August 2009, Doc Brown

In August 2009, Doc Brown came to our teachers' kick off meeting for the school year. Before the afternoon session started, I saw him as he mingled around in his thug attire. I watched him get shut out of almost every attempt to connect with the teachers and administrators who were sharing their summertime stories. It was sad. That is, until he came by me. I stopped him, asked his name, if he was early for school, and to see if he needed anything. I took interest in him because he looked like many of the students I had in my class. He asked what I was doing, and I explained I was working on my classroom procedures for a smooth operating classroom, so students would know what to expect, and the teacher could focus on them and their learning, and not the rules. He said he thought that was a great idea, and then he had to go. You can imagine my surprise when they introduced Dr. Adolph Brown and he came running, I mean RUNNING, down the aisle through the auditorium, and leaped onto stage. Right then and there he openly acknowledged me, in front of all of my 400 peers. Not only was it a reinforcement for me, but a REAL eye-opener for the other staff who had shut him out earlier. I think it really made an impact on the way our teachers connected with students, and how teachers need to really take an interest in them. Doc really drove home his 10 points, one of which is, "Significant learning will not take place without a significant relationship." I know it reinforced what I do, and helped the others realize they needed to catch up to just where students really are today, by taking an interest in them. The lesson, and messages we got that day still live on, and I am forever grateful that I personally got to meet Doc Brown. I'll never forget it. Thanks x 1,000,000,000 Jeffrey Holt

One word I continue to hear

One word I continue to hear repeated regarding your message at Convocation… “AWESOME!” Thanks again for being a part of our District Celebration Adolph. I look forward to working together in the future. John M. Craft Superintendent of Schools Killeen Independent School District

Just wanted to let Dr. Brown

Just wanted to let Dr. Brown know how much I appreciated his assembly with our students here at Franklin-Simpson High School. His message was so sincere, and I felt that our students really listened and believed that he cared about them. His entire message was SO appropriate for our kids. I hope they remember every word of advice and encouragement to get them through touch choices they will have to make! Sandy Mefford

Good evening, I was

Good evening, I was privileged enough to be in the auditorium when Dr. Brown spoke in Gadsden, AL on today. I was wondering if his meassage was available for puchase on DVD? Kristie Bell

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Thank you for opening my heart. George Scott
4/23/16 | 8:24
It was such a joy and privilege to hear you speak at our state conference. Your use of real time appearance/biases and music make it a very engaging and memorable presentation. Here's to finding the fair, flexible and fun! Thank you so much for having a passion for those who want to help others! V
4/08/16 | 5:17
Adolph both challenges and encourages his audience through the spoken word. Burt Shields
3/24/16 | 11:15
He gets the job done! Henry Matthews, Director of Sales
3/01/16 | 8:42
Hello Dr. Brown! First, I want to say thank you for being an inspiration to our young scholars at Ellison High School! They are still talking about your speech and how much you have impacted their lives. Some have begun researching you desiring to know more about your life. Second, I want to thank you for inspiring me to move beyond where I am. You don’t know how much I needed to hear your inspiring and encouraging words you spoke to me. Thanks for all you do! You and your family are in my prayers! God bless! Rico Corporal Assistant Principal Ellison High School
2/25/16 | 8:44
Dear Dr. Brown, Today I attended your presentation and I was truly moved. A year ago I was in treatment for cancer. It was an extremely frightening time of my life. There were a number of things that I could have let crush me but I chose to focus on the blessings and to see that the cancer world has a lot of positive things to offer, despite the despair. The lessons I learned during my chemo journey changed me for the better. I came away as a new person... kind of like the phoenix that rises from the ashes. Anyway, what I want to say is that my faith in humanity has been restored since my diagnosis. Today you brought my faith into an even brighter light. I see that the work that you are doing is so vital because people need to recognize that now, more than ever, is a time that we all need to come together to support each other, foster our family units and our communities with love. I appreciated your humor and your dancing. It brought so much joy to all of us today. Through chemo, I discovered that it is so very important to embrace laughter and to have fun. It is like a catalyst to open hearts and encourage us as teachers, students, parents, friends, neighbors and strangers, to accept each other for who we are and to support each other to change ourselves and our lives in the most positive way. To live in love and to be grateful for all the blessings we have each and every day... that it was I took away from your presentation. Thank you for reminding me of all these wonderful things. Thank you for doing the work that you do. I feel blessed to have had the opportunity today to hear your humor and your words of kindness. I am one month away from remission. I returned to work this past September and it feels marvelous. I feel like that new teacher you described. My life is good and I am grateful to be a part of my students' lives. Blessings to you and your family! Safe travels! (Please pardon any typos... I write this while doing Scooby and Shaggy voices for my three year old.) Thank you again, Wendy Gismondi Bradford School First Grade Teacher
2/19/16 | 6:00
Heartfelt brilliant talk. Glad I came. Johnson F. Costigan
2/17/16 | 10:58
Dr. Brown is an anomaly! He is thought-provoking while communicating with intellectual rigor and a robust sense of humor. Thank you for the journey. Ellison Charles, School Board Trustee
2/17/16 | 9:00
Doc Brown is a hoot! He is gives tons of talk-aways with plenty of fun. Leslie Davis
2/05/16 | 2:27
Riveting @The Entrepreneur EXPO! Jason Norenburg
1/30/16 | 1:14
Adolph is the best public speaker I've seen. Many in the Leadership Academy said you were the best we have had in the 22 years of the event. Your message was right on! I was personally amazed at how brilliant Adolph is and how passionate he is about his profession - "his calling!" But i was most touched by seeing my colleagues so responsive!!!! Perry Cole, Co-Chairman and CEO
1/20/16 | 4:32
He's worth it! Jennifer Alston
1/19/16 | 1:01
Dr. Brown, I just wanted to drop you a note of thanks for your message and presentation yesterday at NCSA Administrator Days in Kearney. I mentioned to you briefly in the hallway while you were at your table that I've been to eight or so years of keynotes, you topped a number of very impressive speakers and messages that I had seen. Your message is direct, intense, entertaining and needed - for educators of all types from building custodians all the way up to school board members and state commissioners of education. I'm a high school assistant principal after spending 15 years in the classroom as a teacher and coach. I've been working on my doctorate - so that I might one day - after a tenure as high school principal, return to the university classroom to work with preservice teachers. I've been in a bit of a funk in my program over the last year (too far into the program to quit and not close enough to the end to see the light at the end of the tunnel). I know I've lost some focus and direction as I've let the job and outside distractions take over. I felt compelled to write this morning because I wanted to let you know that you have helped inspire me to get the fire re-ignited and get this project done! I've got an excellent outlook on the coming year and new-found focus to get after my program studies! I needed this. Thank you! R. Jon Frey Assistant Principal Columbus High School
1/19/16 | 12:59
Fun! With a strong dose of information and inspiration! Clem Jones
1/19/16 | 10:47
More than just a speech. It was a transformative experience. We knew it was successful when practically our entire sales team says it was the best decision they made. Edwin Thames
1/14/16 | 1:35
loved his delivery: he was funny, witty, very sure of himself, but most of all it was his charisma and energy that hooked me from the get go. I just loved the way I felt when I was listening to Dr. Brown talk. I found that as his energy and excitement increased, so did mine. After the keynote I decided to follow his techniques and found that they really work. I was hooked. -Arthur Vann
1/14/16 | 1:34
In August 2009, Doc Brown came to our teachers' kick off meeting for the school year. Before the afternoon session started, I saw him as he mingled around in his thug attire. I watched him get shut out of almost every attempt to connect with the teachers and administrators who were sharing their summertime stories. It was sad. That is, until he came by me. I stopped him, asked his name, if he was early for school, and to see if he needed anything. I took interest in him because he looked like many of the students I had in my class. He asked what I was doing, and I explained I was working on my classroom procedures for a smooth operating classroom, so students would know what to expect, and the teacher could focus on them and their learning, and not the rules. He said he thought that was a great idea, and then he had to go. You can imagine my surprise when they introduced Dr. Adolph Brown and he came running, I mean RUNNING, down the aisle through the auditorium, and leaped onto stage. Right then and there he openly acknowledged me, in front of all of my 400 peers. Not only was it a reinforcement for me, but a REAL eye-opener for the other staff who had shut him out earlier. I think it really made an impact on the way our teachers connected with students, and how teachers need to really take an interest in them. Doc really drove home his 10 points, one of which is, "Significant learning will not take place without a significant relationship." I know it reinforced what I do, and helped the others realize they needed to catch up to just where students really are today, by taking an interest in them. The lesson, and messages we got that day still live on, and I am forever grateful that I personally got to meet Doc Brown. I'll never forget it. Thanks x 1,000,000,000 Jeffrey Holt
1/14/16 | 1:21
I was present at the Head Start Region VII conference where you were a keynote speaker. What you had to say and the way you presented it was amazing. You gave many a feeling that what they do does matter and does affect many in some kind of positive way. I always tell my staff that if you effect one child you have made a difference and for those teachers you had at Head Start are proof of that. I hope you continue to do what you do and givng back as you do!! JoAnn Henry
1/14/16 | 1:20
I watched "Are You Basement or Balcony?" before I even ate breakfast, it was so compelling. Listening to "Against All Odds" is nothing less than brilliant. Following Dr. Brown and seeing a 'street kid' grow into a Sage has been an inspiring experience. All of his lectures get my thoughts going, and I end up yearning for more. This is the right way to learn about character...a fascinating and very thorough conversation. "Are You Basement or Balcony" is a very highly recommended purchase. -- Mary C. Senge, Los Altos, CA
1/14/16 | 1:20
A serious force in American education. The lecture significantly exceeded my expectations. A marvelous speaker. Adolph Brown is an excellent scholar -- ethusiastic, fair in judgment, and he always provides the right anecdote. He is inspiring! -- Bryan Kruschwitz, Beaverton, OR
1/14/16 | 1:19
Passionate! Erudite! "Change the Dance" is pure inspirational stimulation that can be popped in the video player anytime. Adolph has provided insights into Leadership that I have not found anywhere else. Both his expertise and his passion for the Leadership and Excellence are off the charts! -- Gary Webster , Solana Beach, CA
1/14/16 | 1:19
One of the world's best kept secrets!I want to say that the seminar that was held in Panama City was the most outstanding and informitative lecture I have ever attended. I am employed as a school bus driver and the children that I transport have not stopped talking about this. I myself laughed and learned from this lecture. I would recomend it to everyone. Thank you for your time and concern for todays youth. Keep up the GREAT work. Jim Chambers
1/14/16 | 1:11
Thank you for not being on a tirade dropping one-liners, but actually hitting the nail on the head with our corporation. I loved the "Real Talk" no beating around the bush. Thank you for being the one consultant to positively impact us on a professional and personal level. Zina Hathaway
1/14/16 | 1:06
Thank you for coming to my middle school. You make me feel less alone. Sally Henderson
1/14/16 | 12:59
I laughed until my stomach hurt then I cried tears of joy! What a ride! he speaks directly to teachers and administrators with authority, interest, and appreciation. Audiences love him, and he is not cheap, BUT WORTH IT. Supt. Nichols
1/14/16 | 12:59
Gets everyone excited about learning. love Doc Brown, find him intelligent, witty, brilliantly funny, and genuine. he consistently delivers. I value information I can use. Thank you. Clarke Richards
1/14/16 | 12:54
You don't want it to end! World completely rocked for the better. Doc's presentations are about laughing, crying and being thoughtful. Carol Hightower
1/14/16 | 12:53
Dr. Brown is a very dynamic, highly informative speaker. He engages his audience and presents information that is highly relevant and can be immediately implemented. His positive approach and real-life practicality appeal broadly to attendees. Doc's presence on the faculty of any conference will ensure its success. - Jean Simmons, Provost
1/14/16 | 12:46
Brilliant because he is a lunatic. A speaker who works as hard as you do. Deeply rewarding. His love radiates. Gayle Stephens
1/14/16 | 12:45
Honorable guy and lives by principles.I was impressed with the depth and dimension of his lecture - Doc Brown's openness, speaking about vulnerabilities, speaking about his upbringing strained and estranged relationships, and being so grateful. Brilliant lecture. It was an amazing reminder to the rest of us of "what it is all about." I was moved to learn more about Dr. Adolph Brown and remember what is important in life. I am motivated to see Dr. Brown again. He has some good lessons to share with us all. Sean Thorpe
1/14/16 | 12:43