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Apr 29, 2021

Jon Colby has been empowering people with improv for over 20 years. From presenting to performing, his engaging, interactive approach has successfully helped audiences across the US to be better communicators, leaders, teammates, salespeople, doctors, and even friends and family members.


In today’s episode of Small-Time Leaders, Jon shares with us how Angela Raab sparked a new business idea for him. After hosting multiple in-person summits Angela pushed him more to pursue a full-time career as a public speaker. Not only she saw something special in Jon, but she also motivated him to transition to a joyful career and love every second of it.


Jon combines his master’s in education and his background in theatre to craft a meaningful and interactive experience where audiences have the opportunity to apply what they learn. As a graduate of the world-famous Second City Conservatory comedy program and an educator with 15 years of classroom experience, he is able to keep an audience laughing while sharing practical knowledge that they can put to use right away. You don't just listen to him speak, you play.


To learn more about Jon visit or connect with him on LinkedIn HERE


To learn more about how Michael guides executives and their teams to get on the same page with strategic planning and leadership succession, go to where you’ll  also find his Blog and 3 Books: The White Shirt – how to find a life-giving career , Design a Life that works  Michael’s latest book, Roll Up Your Sleeves. all three are  now available on AmazonBarnes & Noble, and independent local bookstores. Roll Up Your Sleeves teaches people how to Lead and Live in a Constant Changing World with simple applications. Take a closer look at the book and experience a new way of working through an unexpected change in your life and career by taking the 2-minute My Change Management Style Quiz

To learn more about Small Time Leaders podcast and Michael’s the Leadership & Life Journal blog- a new way to think about at the important things you already know, go to at