Rescheduled – Dinner With Dion Flynn

Great improvisors know how to pivot quickly and now is one of those times.  

I have canceled my dinner with Dion Flynn on Wednesday March, 18, 2020 and I have refunded the guests who had purchased tickets.

Dion and I will host a free introductory session to our Improvisor’s Mindset on Friday March 20th from 12PM to 1PM EST. 

If you are interested in being part of this FREE introductory session, please send your name and preferred email to 

Once you sign up you will receive instructions on how to be on the call.

Thank you for your patience and support and for being on this divine ride with me.  This is an unprecedented time in history and there has never been a better time to understand and incorporate the mindset of an improvisor in your life.

Yours in pivots,


He’s funny, tall, humble, an army veteran, a poetic soul, a father, a husband, an actor, an improvisor and he is the guest speaker at my next dinner.

Dion Flynn looks familiar because you’ve seen and heard him before.  You have seen him play President Obama on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon and heard him as a voice over on countless national commercials.  These are two of the myriad ways Dion Flynn uses his talents to entertain us.

The talent you don’t hear about enough is how as a keynote speaker he gets us to think about our authenticity and to connect with our gifts of empathy.

Deep, right?

Dion earned his MFA in Acting from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts.  His theater performances include Shakespeare in the Park, The Pubic Theater and The Guthrie.  He is a trained actor with an improviser’s mindset which makes him stand out from the crowd.

While Dion and I share a love of improv I was moved when he told me how he is using this background to deliver transformation for corporate audiences and “folks in the field of recovery.”

In his keynote speaking work he focuses on pushing people past internal barriers with topics like “How Fear of People is Keeping You from Your Potential” and “Recover Playfulness.”

Please join us as you learn why Oprah Magazine called him “one of our favorite creative thinkers.