Brad's Unique Story Inspires Audiences!
Speaking, entertaining and inspiring others is in Brad's DNA. Growing up he admired, listened (sometimes) and learned valuable lessons from his father. Brad's dad was a standup comedian, professional speaker and started his own business.
Brad was a four-sport athlete and student government executive officer in high school. He graduated from Washington and Jefferson College in just three years, earning a bachelor's degree in economics. After school, he worked for Northwestern Mutual and Luttern Financial group as a financial advisor.
While working in financial services, Brad's mother Lori gave him advice that forever changed his life. He almost did not take it. After several long conversations, Brad's mom convinced him to go to an open interview on a Saturday morning. The job was to be a recruiter for a local technical school. The irony is that institution was called, "Bradford School" which is consistent with his full name "Bradford Killmeyer."
Brad got the job but did not experience success at first. He nearly left the speaking career before it started. Early setbacks caused him to doubt his decision and ability. Then Brad experienced the biggest failure of his life, that ended up turning everything around for him.
Brad ended the year as the #1 recruiter for "Bradford School." He fell in love with helping students and other people reach their goals. In August 2014 Brad created his own business called Formulate Your Future!
He has been teaching, inspiring and entertaining thousands of students, families and staff members across the country each year. Brad was named NY PBL business person of the year, served as a Big Brother for Big Brother Big Sister organization and Formulate Your Future has been recognized as the company of the year by Junior Achievement of Western PA Professional Board.
"My life is dedicated to serving others and inspiring people to achieve their goals! Everything that I do is to benefit the audience. I am thankful that so many of those people are now my friends and have success stories to share." - Brad Killmeyer