Tom Ingrassia

Tom Ingrassia, president of The MotivAct Group(tm), is a success coach, motivational speaker, award-winning author and radio personality. In 2001--following a successful, 25-year career in higher education--Tom re-invented himself as a celebrity entertainment manager, fulfilling his lifelong dream of working in the entertainment industry. Using his own journey of radical re-invention as a springboard, Tom leveraged his experiences into a successful career as a motivational speaker and success coach--guiding others to live into their dreams, just as he has lived into his. Today, Tom travels the country with his motivational seminars, including Mental Massage(tm) and Making A Difference Begins With YOU!. His book, One Door Closes: Overcoming Adversity by Following Your Dreams was recently recognized with a National Indie Excellence Award.

His motto is, "Learn from the turtle--it only makes progress when it sticks its neck out."

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The Courage To Follow Your Heart

During my 61 years on this earth, I have learned that living life successfully requires great courage and risk. While I think I always knew this simple truth, I didn’t find the courage to follow my dreams until I was 48. And I have never looked back! My life today reflects the dreams that I had 50 years ago, when I was 11 years old. I wouldn’t have the life I have today had I not taken the risk–learning from the turtle that you only make progress when you stick your neck out. We are continually faced with great opportunities… Read more.

Have the courage to follow your heart. You will find your dream in that place where your mind meets your heart and your soul.