Jim’s unique teaching methods have profoundly affected over 1,000,000 people thanks to his phenomenally successful expertise in creating real, lasting change in those he touches.

Feature Jim Britt as a speaker at your next convention, training, seminar, conference call, webinar or special event and experience why Jim’s presentations are:

Jim’s message will move every member of your group regardless of their background, education, or experience. Every participant will remember that message as marking the beginning of her or his journey toward self-discovery and personal change.Every one of your hours (or days) with Jim will be indescribable, thought provoking, and emotional. Every participant will leave with a refreshed sense of direction that will guide them to increased productivity and lasting personal transformation.


Jim’s unique combination of personal style and inspirational message content leaves a lasting impact on all participants that ignites their imaginations and unleashes their creativity.

Jim does all this by offering each individual specific tools that eliminate self-imposed limitations and counterproductive thoughts, feelings, and beliefs by opening new channels for continued, permanent growth.

Keynote Topics

Jim’s keynote topics include:

General Audiences

  • Do This. Get Rich! for Entrepreneurs
  • The Power of Letting Go
  • The Power of Intention
  • It’s about Time
  • Five Steps to Effective Presentations
  • Overcoming Self-sabotage
  • Cracking the Rich Code
  • Cracking the Life Code
  • The six traits that wealthy people have in common
  • Letting go of self-imposed limitations
  • Unleashing your authentic power
  • Networking to increase your net worth
  • You, only better
  • Turning inspiration and knowledge into results

Network Marketing

  • Do This. Get Rich! for Network Marketers
  • The Art of Leadership
  • The Power of Letting Go
  • Prospecting
  • Sponsoring
  • Follow-up
  • The Power of Six
  • The Selling Process
  • The Right Mindset
  • Self-Management
  • Overcoming Self-Sabotage
  • Five Steps to Effective Presentations