Michael Broome

Michael Broome has addressed over 3,000 audiences since 1980 at events as diverse as The Million Dollar Round Table, Congressional Dinners, and a Barbecue and Goat-Dipping in Spearfish, South Dakota. Broome has shared the podium with noted politicians, journalists, athletes, and CEOs.

Michael Broome‘s vast speaking experience enables him to appeal to virtually any type of audience. Michael‘s commitment to training is demonstrated by the Leadership Conferences of which he is founder and president. Over 29,000 participants throughout North America have attended these weeklong conferences where they are taught the principles of achievement. For many, it is truly a life changing experience.

Michael Broome speaks for a living because he has a sincere passion to inspire people to maximize their potential, serve others, achieve a life balance, and enhance their sense of gratitude. Humor is a tool he uses to communicate these principles.

As the topics of his talks suggest, Broome is no Pollyanna. Instead of dwelling obsessively on problems, he offers a realistic counter-vision blending hope and confidence-loaded with humor. Michael Broome teaches his audiences to have faith not only in our system, but also in their ability to make that system work for them. The central conviction behind Broome‘s presentations is that ultimate success is when our life overflows with things that money can’t buy. If Michael Broome‘s talks begin with that rare commodity of laughter, they end even more unconventionally in grateful applause and real inspiration.

He and his wife, Karen, have two daughters and a son: Merica, Olivia, and Caleb. They are active in their faith and have created a summer camp for children from residential homes and foster care. Their home is nestled in the middle of their 1,200-acre farm where Michael grows hay and raises cattle. Michael Broome says farming is the most satisfying way he knows of to lose money. As an avid conservationist Broome protects the flora and fauna and creates habitats for the species that his wife says he is most similar to – the wild turkey.