“To change your life, you have to change the way you think. Behind everything you do, is a thought. Every behavior is motivated by a belief. Every action is promoted by an attitude. Be careful of how you think. Your life is directed by your thoughts!”

- John Wright

John Wright Speaking Video

Keith Wagner – National Company Leader – Top of the Table – Northwestern Mutual Financial Network

“If you were to Google the word “success,” you would find approximately 465,000,000 results. To explore them all, it would take 442 years, assuming you could read one every 30 seconds. This begs the question… “Where does one begin?” I have been in business for almost 20 years. I have been fortunate to have worked with some of the most affluent and talented professionals in the country. I have listened to the most inspirational motivational speakers and performance psychologists. I have studied with experts on personal development and sales building. I have given seminars in front of thousands and shared the main platform with speakers such as President George Bush and Steven Covey. I will share this with you… there is nobody on this planet that I would be more fearful of speaking AFTER than John Wright. John is one of the most sought after consultants in business today, for many reasons. First, John understands the difference between thinking and doing. I cannot begin to explain how important this is to anyone who is trying to improve, or trying to help others improve. Secondly, John has a unique ability to extract a person’s true potential. I do not remember a single experience after spending time with him that I did not want to become better in some area of my life. Finally, John Wright is simply a winner. He has succeeded at every level throughout his life. He has excelled in college athletics at the University of Illinois, as a professional football player for the Detroit Lions, and as a Managing Partner for Northwestern Mutual (one of the most prestigious firms in the world.) John has also excelled in things I believe to be much more important… as a husband, father and a grandfather. My favorite characteristic of John is that he is a man of Faith, whose philosophies are grounded in something bigger than himself. Ask yourself this question… “If I had to choose to receive business and personal counsel from only one person for the rest of my career…”