Messages Crafted with Intentionality
Using the event theme and target audience, Trudy crafts each talk for meaningful application. Peruse Trudy's trademark talks, specially curated for your upcoming event.
Eat More Chicken: What I learned from the cows
BUSINESS || LEADERSHIP || INSPIRATION
Tenacious. Persuasive. Bovacious. The Chick-fil-A Cows’ simple, effective plea to “Eat Mor Chikin” is one of the longest running marketing campaigns in history. Trudy shares from her lifelong experience in the family business using unconventional leadership lessons from the beloved Cows, her father’s legacy, and the story of Chick-fil-A.
Climb Every Mountain
INSPIRATIONAL || CHRISTIAN LIVING || WOMEN
Based on her new book, Climb Every Mountain: Finding God Faithful in the Journey of Life, Trudy shares with vulnerability the beauty revealed amidst the trek of life's greatest mountains. Using personal stories to support foundational Biblical truths, Trudy captivates and challenges audiences to climb on!
To Have & To Give
INSPIRATIONAL || LEADERSHIP || LEGACY
Jesus said, "It is better to give than to receive." This countercultural truth is fundamental to living an impactful, lifelong legacy. Trudy challenges audiences to manage what they already possess - time, abilities, and resources - to discover significance in life through the power of generosity.
LEADERSHIP || PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT || BUSINESS
Seasons of lack, challenge, and solitude don't typically inspire momentum toward a goal, but these times of trial are essential to prepare for the future. How you cultivate your present will determine your growth. Using the incredible story of Chick-fil-A and her father's perseverance, Trudy challenges audiences to look past the problems of today in pursuit of the future.
Show UP & SHOW OFF
INSPIRATIONAL || LEGACY || CHRISTIAN LIVING
Have you ever done something insignificant, later to learn the impact was tremendously greater than you could have imagined? This potential occurs when we choose to show up. Through the unlikely story of a boy and a package of rubber bands, Trudy uncovers why the seemingly small things in life really matter.