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Curt Steinhorst

  • Studies How technology creates an 'Always Distracted Disorder' workforce
  • Entrepreneur
Speaker Fees
Keynote: $12,500
Travel Fees
US: $1,500 flat travel fee (to cover flights, meals, incidentals, ground transportation) + up to 2 night hotel accommodations
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Curt loves attention. How it works. Why it matters. How to get it. How to control it. As someone who personally deals with ADD, he overcame the unique distractions that today’s technology creates to start a Communications Consultancy, The Promentum Group, which he runs today. Within the last 12 months, Curt has spoken to a Who’s...

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Curt loves attention. How it works. Why it matters. How to get it. How to control it. As someone who personally deals with ADD, he overcame the unique distractions that today’s technology creates to start a Communications Consultancy, The Promentum Group, which he runs today.

Within the last 12 months, Curt has spoken to a Who’s Who list of audiences, including General Motors, Raytheon, Naval Academy University Administration, Cadillac, World Presidents’ Organization, and more than 20 state, nationwide, and international organizations.

In addition to his speeches on attention, Curt speaks professionally several times each month on behalf of the Center for Generational Kinetics. The Center studies generational trends to convert them into breakthrough business opportunities. The organization and its founder, Jason Dorsey, has been featured on 20/20, the Today Show, 60 Minutes, and the View. Curt’s personal experiences leading Gen Y and his direct work with business leaders and top performers make him a powerful voice for and to the emerging workforce.

Discovering a rare gift for capturing the attention of large audiences at an early age, Curt was elected President of his 10,000 member class at Texas A&M University, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude.

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Speaker Programs

Costly Distractions, Finding Focus in a World at War for Your Attention
We receive hundreds of emails each day, attend meeting after meeting, get pinged with Tweets and notifications from multiple social networks and feeds. Water cooler conversations are no longer confined to the break room; they're ...more
We receive hundreds of emails each day, attend meeting after meeting, get pinged with Tweets and notifications from multiple social networks and feeds. Water cooler conversations are no longer confined to the break room; they're everywhere all the time. Distraction has become the leading cause of under performance. The Digital Age has given us all A.D.D., Always Distracted Disorder, and it impacts our level of engagement, productivity, emotions, and even relationships. Curt identifies the roots of the problem, the way the brain is wired. For the first time in history, the devices we rely upon for work are also the easiest source of stimulation and entertainment. The good news is that there is a way to leverage how our brains are wired to turn distraction into functional action. Curt gives his audience the tools needed to make this transition and succeed in a workplace gone ADD. ...less
Capitalizing on Attention, How to Present Yourself When Everyone is Watching
Stories told well have the power to change the world. Most get lost in the noise. A compelling story isn't enough, you've got to present it to your audience in a way that ensures your ...more
Stories told well have the power to change the world. Most get lost in the noise. A compelling story isn't enough, you've got to present it to your audience in a way that ensures your non-verbals do not rob your message of its impact. This keynote speech covers how to craft your message to grab your audience's attention, and how to deliver that message to keep it. ...less
Alternate, 2-For-1 Bonus **
In this highly unique presentation, Curt uses the "Costly Distractions" speech as a concrete example for "Capitalizing on Attention", teaching the how and why of creating a powerful presentation. A speech within a speech. The ...more
In this highly unique presentation, Curt uses the "Costly Distractions" speech as a concrete example for "Capitalizing on Attention", teaching the how and why of creating a powerful presentation. A speech within a speech. The Inception of presentations. The best of both worlds. Call it what you will, but know that you will be in for an experience unlike any you have had before. Learn the secret best practices of a professional communicator, plus the key ways you can tackle the distractions that plague you. ...less
The Value of Attention, How to Capture (and Keep) Your Customers' Attention
There is a war for not only your attention, but your customers' as well. No longer is your primary competition simply the competing product sitting next to yours on the shelf. It's the literally thousands ...more
There is a war for not only your attention, but your customers' as well. No longer is your primary competition simply the competing product sitting next to yours on the shelf. It's the literally thousands of options available at every single moment that keep your customer from noticing and remembering you, even if they need your product more than ever. The bad news is that it's never been more difficult to capture the attention of your customer. The good news is that those who understand the science of attention can consistently rise above the noise to be heard, remembered, and purchased by their customer. In this keynote, Curt uncovers the key insights, strategies, and information you need to capture and keep your customers attention. ...less

Reviews

The reviews have been unanimously positive, across the board, and we could not have been happier with how everything went. Curt was energetic, entertaining, and engaging—and gave all-in attendance some important things to think about. In short, Curt absolutely hit it out of the park!

- United States Naval Academy

Curt I just can’t thank you enough. I had so many people of various ages tell me how much they enjoyed your presentation. Several people said you are the best keynote speaker we’ve ever had! Great job!

- Kansas Realtors Association

Thank you for presenting at this year’s ReVive Conference at Texas Health Resources. We appreciate the amount of work you put into making your presentation so captivating and thought provoking. Many thanks for making time in your busy schedule to attend and make a truly great talk.

- Texas Health Resources

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