Author | Speaker | Trainer | Facilitator
Randall urges readers to ask themselves tough questions. By discovering what holds us back and breaking through the fear, we can achieve exactly what we desire.
Born and educated in Toronto, Ontario Randy Moore has enjoyed a 40+ year career in the Automotive Aftermarket industry. As Chief Executive Officer for one of Canada’s largest automotive retail chains, Randy has been responsible for the training and development of both franchisees and staff.
His motivational approach to day-to-day issues brings lasting results to those who attend his seminars and training programs. Randy’s keynote addresses focus on the “achieving excellence”. During his presentations, he utilizes humour mixed with a common sense delivery to draw the audience into the mood of the topic.
Through the application of basic universal laws, Randy exposes opportunities to grow and prosper not only from a business perspective but also on a basic personal basis to lead a more exciting, energizing and successful life.
Having served as President of the local service club, President of the Chamber of Commerce and Chairman of the Board for the Automotive Industries Association of Canada, Randy is very comfortable speaking to a diverse audience both large and small.
”If you plan on being anything less than you are capable of being, you will probably be unhappy all the days of your life.“
The study of human potential has perplexed the average person, with most of us giving up on our dreams before they even take flight. Excuses, responsibilities, and the ins-and-outs of daily life seem to slowly chip away at the life we imagined for ourselves. We accept that its too late, it's impossible, or it simply wasn't meant to be. But what if we could truly choose the life we want? In his book Fly Free, Randall Moore explores the untapped human potential and our innate ability to achieve our greatest desires.
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