"Uplifting, Motivating, Rewarding time spent with Mr. Attitude!" These are common spoken comments from participants in the motivational speaking and training sessions of Bob Prentice. People love to laugh. Bob makes 'em laugh as he becomes an open book with his audience. People see the sincere and natural style of this speaker and can relate. They adopt Bob's sound principles that have been proven over the last 50 years. Thousands upon thousands of people have heard Mr. Attitude speak. The take home is huge with tools, resources and...
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Robert A. (Bob) Prentice is an entrepreneur, a motivational speaker, a corporate trainer, a business and marketing consultant, an author, and publisher, who began his speaking career 26 years ago.
On December 26, 1989, Professional Development Systems was established in Rapid City, South Dakota. In 1998, Bob moved the business to Wessington, South Dakota, so his family could experience the benefits of living in a rural community.
Bob has worked with hundreds of companies, schools and organizations all over the United States, delivering highly motivational training sessions in Customer Service, Leadership, Sales, Team Building and more. Thousands of people participate in Bob's training seminars each year, with over 325,000 people to date, having enrolled and participated in these productive and profitable training sessions.
Bob has a passion for working with young people in schools and other educational environments. Equipping children with tools, resources and ideas to live a richer, fuller and happier life is a vital aspect of his mission.
A family man, Bob and Vicki, his wife of 30 years, have enjoyed the privilege of raising three children, two sons and a daughter to adulthood. They also have an 18 year old daughter yet at home.
Bob says he plays much more than he works, and when he works he goes to fun! Bob's friends call him Mr. Attitude.
Read what some of our clients have said after participating in Bob's training seminars. . .
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