Tom Hegna – Retirement Keynote Speaker

100_1860I have a great job because it gives me opportunities to meet some of the best professional speakers, authors and entertainers in the world. My company, Primeau Productions, produces marketing video to help these people gain more visibility on the Internet for their speeches, performances and products. Sure, the income is great and our company is very successful, but the bonus that I did not expect is the learning experiences that I’ve gained while working with these great people.

One such encounter occurred in the summer of 2012 while producing a conference here in Detroit for NAIFA (National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors). One of their keynote presenters was a man named Tom Hegna. I had never heard of Tom and was looking forward to his keynote because so many people on the NAIFA board were excited to have Tom coming to speak to their conference. They had told me Tom had spoken several times for the Million Dollar Roundtable, and, based on my experience working with professional speakers, I knew that getting on the roundtable stage is a huge accomplishment. Tom had spoken for the Million Dollar Roundtable several times around the world, so I knew this guy had to be something to see. When Tom took the stage he was absolutely dynamic, attention-getting and entertaining, all within the first sixty seconds of his presentation. I took notes and learned so much while producing the show that I had to go shake his hand after his keynote was complete. He was doing meet-and-greet at his table where he had his new book displayed, “Paychecks and Playchecks.” I shook his hand and complimented him on his presentation. I had to qualify my feedback, mentioning that I had been working with professional speakers for almost thirty years, producing audio and video marketing and product materials for the professional speaking industry, as well as being on the board of the local National Speakers Association chapter and having served on several committees for the NSA. Tom had mentioned that he always wanted to get into the professional speaking industry so we connected again after the event and I gave him some suggestions on what he needed to do, one of which was to put together a great demo video.

Primeau Productions recently completed Tom’s demo video and you can see it below this blog post. Throughout the production process, my creative team and I selected all of the ingredients in Tom’s presentations and put together a script outlining some of the best sections from the many video presentations he had available for us to pick clips from. The Primeau team learned from the production process of working on Tom’s video just like we learn from all of the video productions that we create and develop. The team not only has the opportunity to earn as a result of our work, but also to learn. I jokingly tell my team that we get to earn while we learn by working with these great people. It is certainly a gift to have this opportunity with so many talented people.

I anticipate Tom Hegna to become a very sought-after keynote professional speaker because of his knowledge in an area that I suspect there is no competition in the professional speaking industry. Every single organization can benefit by giving the gift of Tom’s presentation to their people. Tom speaks about retiring the right way and how to live “happily ever after.” It’s not just about anticipating the outcomes of 401Ks and it’s not just about anticipating what your income needs to be in order to survive in your senior years. Instead, Tom speaks about strategies that you can implement immediately to avoid mistakes and running out of money, which a lot of people fear, including myself.

So I hope you enjoy this demo video, which Primeau Productions recently produced and learn from Tom just like we have, so that you can retire the right way and live “happily ever after.”

Tom Hegna – Retirement Speaker – Speaker Demo Video from Primeau_Productions on Vimeo.

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