Randy Siegel is “Everybody’s Gay Best Friend.” Face it, everybody needs one. Not only for the hip-factor but for the unique masculine-feminine perspective they can offer.
For more than twenty years, Randy Siegel led a successful career in the public relations industry. In 1989, he opened the Atlanta office of Fleishman-Hillard and over the next ten years grew it into one of Atlanta’s top three public relations firms.
In 1996, Randy came out, leaving a fourteen-year marriage. Two years later, he left Fleishman-Hillard, moved from Atlanta to the mountains of Asheville, NC, and established his own business. Since then, he has become a nationally recognized expert in helping people “stand in their power” by building successful careers and living meaningful lives.
For more than fifteen years, organizations such as Earthlink, The Recording Academy (The Grammy Awards), and the University of Georgia MBA Programs retained Randy to build dynamic leaders who make rain, close deals, and inspire employees. Now as “everybody’s gay best friend” Randy is helping individuals discover their best selves and live their best lives.
Randy has authored three books, written articles for numerous publications including Balance Magazine, and has been quoted in USA Today, Money Magazine, and on Fox Business News. His monthly eNewsletter and weekly blog are valued by thousands of readers worldwide.
One client summed up Randy's work this way:
"Your message is about life issues, growth, awareness, and openness. It's powerful stuff, and your ability to communicate it and share your life is inspiring."
Connect with Randy at http://www.EverybodysGBF.com for conversation, commiseration, and perhaps a cocktail or two.
Where to find Randy Siegel online
Where to buy in print
The Inspired Life: How Connection and Contribution Create Power, Passion, and Joy
Within many of us is a nagging feeling that we’re not living up to our potential. In this groundbreaking book, Siegel shows how two words—both beginning with the letter “c”—will help you become your best self and live your best life.
By sharing stories and offering practical “how to” advice, Siegel will help you bring more meaning to your work and life.
Break Up, Wake Up, Move On: Straight Talk from Everybody's Gay Best Friend
Have you recently divorced or broken up? Are you having trouble getting over a past relationship? If so, I can help you get through this. You'll learn that it’s during these times of transition that you have the greatest opportunities for growth. Embrace this process and you’ll become more aligned with the person who you were born to be and with the life you were born to live.
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