AK Turner is available as a luncheon speaker, keynote, or for evening entertainment. Popular addresses include the following, and can be tailored to fit a specific niche or industry, including real estate, entrepreneurship, travel, writing, parenting, and general humor.

Success, Failure, & Other Common Myths
If I work more, I'll make more money. And if I make more money, I won't have to work so much. Right? Wrong! Turner exposes these ideas for the myths they truly are and brings the focus of real estate back to meaningful engagements with colleagues and clients. 

Put the Toilet Seat Down Before You Take the Picture
From horrific realtor photos to listing descriptions for newly "remolded" homes, Turner discusses the hilarious-in-hindsight faux pas of the real estate industry. With a sense of humor and a little perspective, you can overcome even the most embarrassing blunder and use it to your advantage. 

My Day Off: Less Likely Than a Unicorn
Being your own boss is wonderful until that day when you really need to call in sick. Demands are compounded by the fact that you're expected to work five days a week. Plus weeknights. And weekends. There are options to alleviate the weight of an oppressive calendar and tools to remind (convince) yourself that you truly love your job. 

How to Clone Yourself for Greater Productivity
Because if I just had one more me, I wouldn't be drowning in work. Putting systems in place to increase productivity can be effective. Or disastrous. This humorous talk reminds us of pitfalls and redefines productivity. 

Out of the Country, Still in the Office
The real estate industry can be included in the growing wave of digital nomads and lifestyle entrepreneurs, people who travel overseas for weeks or even months at a time. Technology expands our capabilities. Learn the benefits and realities of working in real estate from the other side of the world. 

For booking inquiries, contact Amanda@AKTurner.com.


Crimes Against English (Performed Live at the Egyptian Theatre)

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