From the moment Juliet takes the stage, your audience will be smiling as she lifts their heavy load of stress and gently serves up practical strategies for managing time, work, and life's overwhelming commitments. She lights up the platform with a true wordsmith's love for the poetry of a well-turned phrase. She then backs up her engaging words and rich stories with thought-provoking content that has made her a nationally recognized expert in coping with the pace and pressure of our busy lives. Her uproarious stories and easily applicable points will energize and enlighten you and your audience. Her show biz genes are amplified by years performing improvisational comedy on the professional stage and many, many hours on the platform challenging her audiences to think deeper, laugh harder, and change their lives more profoundly.
Do you have too much to do & too little time?
Juliet Funt blends a quarter century of performing experience with over a decade of building expertise in what makes people tick. Her mission is simple: to help people shift the way they think about daily pressures and responsibilities so they can prioritize their time, reach their goals, and be present and peaceful enough to live life to the fullest.
Most of your conference audiences have the same complaint: “Too much to do and too little time.” The demands placed on them are weightier than ever. They attend your event hoping to learn skills to help them regain control, but are so overwhelmed with information, they sometimes leave more stressed than when they arrive. But now you can be the hero for your conference attendees. You can bring them the antidote to this Culture of Insatiability. Juliet Funt specializes in helping people deal with the pressures of everyday life. She makes them laugh. She helps them find a sense of accomplishment. She’ll send them home with a powerful kit bag of useful tools and a warm, positive feeling about their work, their life, and your meeting.
As the daughter of Allen Funt, creator of the Candid Camera television show, Juliet has spent her life observing the hidden truths beneath our social selves. She won’t hide a camera in your office but will bring her family tradition of hilarity and warmth to each and every one of your attendees.
Since launching her entertainment career at the tender age of two with her proud father, Juliet has thrilled audiences on national TV, news, and radio shows. She draws from her experience working as a meeting planner, human resources trainer for the Los Angeles Police Department, and a liaison for a Palestinian/ Israeli peace project. Juliet is a member of the National Speakers Association and has been featured in the Los Angeles Times, the Chicago Tribune, Shape, L.A. Parent, and Professional Speaker Magazine. She’s also written a weekly web column and co-authored two books, The Communication Path and The Wellness Path.
She appears as a motivational keynote speaker for associations, women’s groups, educators, financial professionals, corporate sales meetings, health care and real estate professionals, and other business groups throughout the U.S. and around the world, including the 2010 Million Dollar Roundtable.
Juliet follows her own advice and balances her busy speaking career with a rich, fulfilling home and family life. She helps run a fine art photography business with her talented husband, Lorne, winner of the 2005 International Travel Photographer of the Year Award. Together they co-founded the Young Stars Project, a non-profit organization building holistic learning schools for children in Uganda.
What inspires Juliet most? She finds her joy from the time she spends with her three young children, Jake 4, Alex 2 and baby Nicholas who just arrived April 2010!!
Most Requested Topics:
Overcommitted, Overwhelmed and Over It!: Success Skills for the Overwhelmed
Bring Your Mission Statement to Life (Women’s Groups): Finding Inner Values in an External World
The Magic is in Your Mouth: Solutions for Negativity in the Workplace
Child or Trophy? (Educators Special): An Exploration of College, Grades and Excellence
At Home on the Platform: Presentation Skills
Juliet as Mistress of Ceremonies
Custom Musical Comedy Review with partner Bill Stainton