CRAIG THOMAS HAMMONDKEYNOTESTRAININGCLIENTELAUTHOR OF

CRAIG THOMAS HAMMOND

MOTIVATIONAL KEYNOTE SPEAKER - AUTHOR - RESILIENCE AND LEADERSHIP TRAINER

KEYNOTES

CLIMB YOUR MOUNTAIN - FROM TOTAL DEVASTATION TO STANDING OVATION - R.A.P.I.D.S.

TRAINING

RESILIENCE - OVERCOMING ADVERSITY - THE A.B.C OF UNLOCKING LEADERSHIP POTENTIAL

CLIENTEL

CORPORATE - SMALL BUSINESS - CONFERENCE - SCHOOLS - COLLEGES - AFTER DINNER

AUTHOR OF

2 BOOKS - CLIMB YOUR MOUNTAIN - and - THE LITTLE BOOK OF STAYING POSITIVE

 Motivational Speaker Craig Thomas Hammond promises to add huge value to your event. Whether corporate, business, conference, education or after dinner Craig will motivate and inspire your audience, team or organisation. Craig will help you to take positive action, develop stable change and build personal and team resilience.

Click here to go to Craig’s Motivational Speaker YouTube channel for more videos. 


Craig is a motivational speaker, author and leadership & resilience trainer who has spoken at many conferences. In addition to conferences Craig also speaks at after dinner events, secondary schools, corporate and business events throughout the UK. His inspiration and motivation encourages people of all ages to be the best version of themselves they can possibly be. Contact or book Craig now for your event.


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The journey for Craig to become a motivational speaker has been, let’s say…challenging.

How on earth could Craig become a motivational speaker when he has a severe stammer?

Craig could not say his own name, order food or read his son a bedtime story without massive disruptions.  Like all of us, Craig had that quiet voice in his mind that said to him “You Can”. For many years Craig chose not to listen to that quiet voice but chose to listen to that other voice. You know which one I am talking about. The voice that tell’s you that you are nothing, you are worthless and stupid. It’s the voice that tell’s you that you will never amount to anything so why even try? You see we have two little voices in our mind. Craig has identified them as ‘Victor’ and ‘Victim’. Depending on which one of these voices you take your cues from depends on how you think, feel and act.