Jim Comer

Jim Comer

Jim Comer - Motivational Speaker

Comer Communications

Jim tackles tough topics – the mind-numbing fear of public speaking, the authenticity of sharing your stories, caregiving for loved ones – and leaves audiences inspired, informed and entertained.

Fee Range: Available Upon Request
Travels from Austin, TX

For more information about booking Jim Comer, visit
http://www.speakermatch.com/profile/JimComer

Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Jim Comer
Jim Comer - Motivational Speaker

Comer Communications

Jim tackles tough topics – the mind-numbing fear of public speaking, the authenticity of sharing your stories, caregiving for loved ones – and leaves audiences inspired, informed and entertained.

Fee Range: Available Upon Request
Travels from Austin, TX

Jim Comer - Motivational Speaker

Jim Comer

Comer Communications

Jim tackles tough topics – the mind-numbing fear of public speaking, the authenticity of sharing your stories, caregiving for loved ones – and leaves audiences inspired, informed and entertained.

Fee Range: Available Upon Request
Travels from: Austin, TX

For more information about booking Jim Comer,
Visit http://www.speakermatch.com/profile/JimComer/
Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Video Library

Mama's Memory Is Fragile, But Her Wit Is Amazing

Mother may have had early Alzheimer's, but her sense of humor was unimpaired.

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Go From Fear to Fearless: Become a Better Speaker in Two Nights!

How much is it worth to speak with confidence and clarity? In these brief excerpts from Jim’s presentation skills workshop, see how you can build on your strengths, overcome nervousness and become a better speaker in just two four-hour sessions.

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When Dealing with a Parent who has Memory Loss, Go Into Her World

Many adult children refuse to acknowledge that a parent has dementia or memory loss and continue to make the mistake of expecting them to be logical and even criticize them for their forgetfulness. That is unkind, unproductive and frustrating for parent and child.

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Hearing vs. Hearing Aids

Adult children falsely assume that their parents want to hear what they have to say. However, when their "sparkling conversation" comes along with irritating background noises, many parents would rather have silence. If it's worth saying, my dad felt it was worth shouting!

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The Crucial Conversation Most Families Avoid (Role Play)

Everything you should NOT DO in a conversation with your aging parents about their future.

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