Corporate Motivational Speaker

Through his interactive and engaging message, Corporate Motivational Speaker Hoan Do will empower your staff or members to overcome the obstacles that come up in business and in life so that they can produce results while achieving their professional and personal goals.

Taking the lessons he learned from being a city finalist in NBC’s hit show American Ninja Warrior, Hoan shares practical strategies that will leave your team feeling inspired and taking action.

Hoan’s programs are perfect for:

Raving clients Include

Cultivating Resilience: How to Turn Your Setbacks into comebacks

[Resilience | Leadership Development | Motivation]

Encountering challenges is inevitable. The key to overcoming adversities is developing resilience and mental strength to oncrease one’a ability to bounce back during difficult moments. 

In this program, attendees will:

“Hoan was the keynote speaker for our annual TEACH Conference. When Hoan started speaking, he immediately captured the attention of all 400 of our teachers. Throughout his entire keynote, our group was engaged and participating. The standing ovation Hoan received when he finished was a testament to how much our members enjoyed his message.”

Rosa Soto Thomas
AFT – St Croix Federation of Teachers



Are you having challenges getting everyone on your team on the same page? Are you looking for a unique and fun way to increase connection and collaboration between your colleagues? Virtual Team Building is a unique program that combines traditional team building with technology. This hands on experience will help increase communication, collaboration between colleagues, while developing leadership skills and having fun!

In this program, participants will learn:

“Digital Team Building was a fun experience that brought our diverse staff together. I enjoyed watching our teachers, secretaries, paraprofessionals, and custodians, collaborate together. It was impressive to see Hoan weave in all of my goals from our conference call into all of the activities that we did.”

Doug Johnson,
Dayton School District (Dayton, WA)