Over the past 15 years he has motivated, entertained and educated conference attendees to dramatically increase their performance at work and in their personal life.

Based on his life story Graeme has created a model for teaching people how to get out of their comfort zone and achieve results they did not think possible. He gives audiences the keys to unlock their potential and the tools to do it. The compelling feature of Graeme’s presentation is that everything he talks about he has done. He is the consummate example of the man who walked the walk, to talk the talk. Time and again the feedback from the conference organiser is our attendees loved the real life, no nonsense style of Graeme’s presentation. His comprehensive understanding of what it takes to turn negative people into positive Can Do achievers has his audiences literally sitting on the edge of their seat.

Graeme’s life story is extraordinary. So much so that Channel 2’s Australian Story called him the Comeback King. From the very lows life has to offer; Graeme has gone onto become one of Australia's leading entrepreneurs. In 1997 after 2 years of heartbreak and tortuous negotiation he pulled off what most said was the impossible, the first ever World Masters of Business. Over 20,000 Australians heard for the first time ever Lee Iacocca, the former President of Ford and Chrysler worldwide and General Norman Schwarzkopf, legendary leader of the allies In the Gulf War. This mega event returned a profit in excess of $1,200,000.

In 1999 following 2 years of negotiating with the Russians, Graeme hosted the first ever trip to Australia by Mikhail Gorbachev, the Nobel peace prize-winner and former head of the USSR; and in 2000 after 29 no’s and 4 years of trying, he pulled of what he says was his greatest coup when he signed Nelson Mandela and Rubin Hurricane Carter to come to Australia for the first ever World Reconciliation Day.

Graeme is also the author of 3 best selling books Never Give Up, Inspirational Brainfood and in 2005 his customer service book “Stop Sucking on Lemons”.