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Logan Weber

Motivational Speaker

Logan Weber is a Motivational Speaker for Weber Associates.

His dynamic and relevant presentations have led to opportunities to work with some of the nation’s top companies like Cintas, Toyota, Idealease, Southern Company, and more.

Logan has keynoted the School Nutrition Association’s and FBLA-PBL’s National Leadership Conferences, as well as dozens of statewide conferences in nutrition, healthcare, and education in Georgia, California, New York, Texas, Tennessee, Illinois, Indiana, Minnesota, Virginia, Louisiana, North Carolina, Washington State, and Maine, Just to name a few.

Passionate about servant-leadership and positively influencing the world around him, Logan also co-founded the non-profit organization Dry Tears, which constructed deep-water wells and irrigation systems in rural Africa and South America. In 2008, Dry Tears received the Helping Hands Award from the United Way.

Finally, Logan is the co-author of the best-selling book, “Sticks and Stones Exposed: The Power of Our Words,” and he also hosts The More Different Podcast where he shares real life stores, and positive life truths. He and his wife and young family live in Atlanta, Ga.



For More Information Call 770-422-5654


 

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Participant Quotes
“What I liked about today was how you incorporated stories and jokes into your lesson. It makes the information easier to understand and follow.” - Lyly (12th Grade)
“Logan was a HUGE hit with our students…high energy, high relevance, and high connection…he was the perfect fit!! Already looking forward to having him come back!!” - Jan Daniels (Children's Coalition)
"What I liked best about today was that the speech was overall very exciting and intriguing. I enjoyed how you let us get up and play games. Unlike the other speakers, we were included in the presentations a lot. " - Amaya (10th Grade)
"Great show today! Keep up the great work. Something I am going to do differently is be nicer and talk to people more often. And also always SMILE!" - Adam (10th Grade)
"It was very inspiring. You were the best one in my opinion to come in this building and talk to us. You kept the topic interesting. I was literally on the edge of my seat. Keep up the great work!!" - Amy (11th Grade)
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