Paul McGee is a motivational speaker, a workshop facilitator and a best-selling international author.
Paul’s main aim is to help people S.U.M.O – Shut Up, Move On or Stop, Understand, Move On!
Rather than focus on problems, Paul works with organisations to help their people overcome many of the challenges of working in the 21st century.
“In our twenty years of running conferences, Paul McGee is the only speaker we have ever invited back. That above all explains the benefit we feel we have gained from hearing Paul’s SUMO philosophy”
If dealing with change, developing resilience, increasing employee engagement, inspiring others and building better relationships is crucial to your organisation’s success, then you’ll find Paul McGee’s SUMO approach invaluable.
S.U.M.O – Shut Up, Move On
So what exactly does it mean to S.U.M.O?
S.U.M.O. stands for Shut Up, Move On.
We all long for success and enjoyment – unfortunately, we don’t always get either of them.
Have you ever thought that your attitude could be what is holding you back?
S.U.M.O. shows that the way you think is a major factor in determining how your life unfolds.
By taking responsibility for your life, you can fulfill your potential, seize opportunities, enjoy relationships, succeed at work and respond to adverse situations with a positive attitude.
S.U.M.O. encourages you to take an honest look at your life, remembering that it is never too late to change.
We can all dump the victim T-shirt, develop fruitier thinking a ditch the idea that ‘whatever will be will be’.
Paul McGee – Motivational Speaker:
As a motivational speaker, Paul McGee delivers expert advice, combined with humour and practical insights to ensure your audience has a memorable, motivational ‘moving on’ experience.
Every presentation Paul delivers is tailored to meet your organisations individual requirements.
- If change is constantly on your agenda, then you won’t want to miss ‘The S.U.M.O. Guide to Succeeding in a Changing World’.
- Facing increased pressure? Paul will show you ‘Strategies on Stress’.
- Do you want to build better relationships? Then you will benefit from ‘How To Handle, Not Strangle Difficult People’.
- If you want to win and retain more customers, then you have to hear Paul speak on ‘Absolutely M.A.D. for Customers’.