Graham Frost is a UK public speaker who uses lessons from his life experience to motivate and inspire audiences. Graham is a professional speaker who will engage audiences of all ages with his authentic message.
‘From Repression to Release – It’s Never Too Late to Change Direction’ is a 45-minute to 1 hour keynote session that can be tailored to the needs of individual audiences as follows:
The high-dependency religious organisation – a story of resilience In 1973, aged 17, Graham left his family, who were in a high-dependency religious organisation, and set out into life on his own. He knew that by taking this action, he was cutting himself off from family and friends, probably forever. Hear this story.
Surviving Borstal – a story of getting back on track It took a while for Graham to find his feet. At 19, he was in trouble with the police, spent one night on London’s Victoria Station as a homeless person and was sent to Borstal for a year. Find out what Graham learned from these experiences.
Beating cancer – a story of endurance When Graham was 23 he thought he had it all. Great relationship, secure job, life was good. Then he was struck down by testicular cancer. 15 months later, he was back in the secure job, which went on for another 20 years. Hear this story.
Changing careers – a story of self belief After nearly 20 years on the same career path, Graham was offered the opportunity to get into training and development. He didn’t think he could do it, but it turned out to be the most enjoyable and worthwhile career move he ever made. Hear about these experiences.
Smoking at 14 to quitting at 48 – a story of striving for health Graham started smoking when he was 14. He quit when he was 48, and has since embarked on a healthier lifestyle. Hear this story.
Mastering public speaking – a story of personal development Graham joined Toastmasters International in 2003, to help him develop his public speaking skills. He believes that Toastmasters International is the quickest-acting and most cost-effective self development programme in the world. Graham completed the entire Toastmasters communication and leadership programme in 2012 and is now a Distinguished Toastmaster (DTM). Hear what Graham has to say about public speaking. Graham Frost is proud to be a member of Anglia Communicators Toastmasters Club in Peterborough and Huntingdonshire Speakers near Huntingdon. Graham is available as a professional speaker to motivate and inspire large or small groups of people, to tell all or part of his story. Get in touch to discuss the needs of your particular group on 07766 916317 or firstname.lastname@example.org
What people have said about Graham’s speeches ‘Top man, great motivational speaker. Put across in a very down-to-earth way, Graham captured the audience’s imagination. Great insight on how to learn from life’s struggles – George Nahlis, www.minditude.com , 06/2011 “I asked Graham to speak at our Young Enterprise awards ceremony because I knew he had an interesting story. At the event, he was able to connect with the 150+ mainly teenage audience and give them some real food for thought. Many of the audience were inspired by Graham’s story, as indicated by the lively question and answer session. Graham inspired and entertained the audience – Jim Reynolds, Young Enterprise Board Member, Milton Keynes, 04/2011 ‘Graham, you sincerely are an inspiration – you prove that all things are possible if you believe and put in the effort – McGuire Programme Graduate, 03/2011