Don Hutson is chairman and CEO of his own training firm and makes over 125 speaking appearances each year. A legendary sales trainer, he has addressed over two-thirds of the Fortune 500, is featured in over 80 training films, and also makes regular appearances on both the PBS and TPN television networks. He has earned the respect of sales professionals nationwide and has been recognized by many top CEOs for his knowledge and insight. :
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Don Hutson's record setting careers in speaking, management and sales have brought him honors unmatched by anyone his age. Hutson successfully worked his way through Memphis State University, graduating at 20 with a degree in sales. He was the number one salesman in a national organization at 22 and was president of his own training firm at 23.
Hutson mastered the skills of public speaking and results-oriented training early and at the age of 30 was elected by his peers to the Presidency of the National Speaker's Association. He is currently founder and chairman of U.S. Learning, Inc., an organization devoted to the development of innovative products for training and motivation.
Corporations throughout the free world invest more than $1 million a year for exposure to his written, recorded and spoken programs. Producing more than 20 training films for American industry, Hutson has trained over half of the Fortune 500 companies. He has addressed over 200 Positive Thinking rallies, sharing the platform with such greats as Paul Harvey and Norman Vincent Peale.
Hutson is the author of The Sale and co-author of the management-training book, Insights into Excellence and The Contented Achiever: How to Get What You Want and Love What You Get. He is the recipient of the coveted Cavett Award, considered the "Oscar" of public speaking. Hutson is also the recipient of the esteemed CPAE Award. In 1991, Hutson received the International Speakers Hall of Fame Award.