Humorist Gid Pool delights in bringing his opinionated, clean, and hilarious look to audiences wrapped in his inspirational message. He has appeared in country clubs, comedy venues and corporate events from Vancouver to Miami as well as countless foreign countries. He shares the strange and quirky things that happen in his every-day world and his unique views are often irreverent, may sometimes be misguided, but are always funny. What are they saying about Gid?
"I want to personally thank you for just a amazing and TREMENDOUSLY FUNNY evening at our ELK's Lodge last night.
"I can truly say NO ONE has just walked up on stage, like you, with nothing but himself and had the room laughing with the first memory observation (Joke) and it never stopped till the end of the show!!!!
"At the end of the show you know how EVERYONE RAVED and couldn't thank you enough. All night and even today I am getting thanks for bringing this good CLEAN Comedian to our Lodge.
"You can have anyone contact me for a top-notch recommendation!!!
Sparky Holmes, Entertainment Director
386 689 8600
Edgewater New Smyrna "
Gid Pool's story has been featured on The Today Show, written about in the Wall Street Journal, and featured in three books, including one by Jane Pauley. He made a life-changing decision to leave a career in real estate to become a stand up comedian and inspirational speaker at the age of sixty-one. Why? Because that was his dream! His message is simple and to the point. Baby Boomers have a problem. It is estimated by the US Government that each day more than 7,918 Baby Boomers turn sixty! That's 2,890,070 people per year, the majority of whom plan to work well into their previously thought of "retirement years." What they are discovering is what awaits them are possibly 20 plus years of emptiness. They have no plan once they stop working. They have no reason to look forward to tomorrow. They were busy living life. The blank future confronts them because they have lost that dream they had as a young person. They have forgotten that idea or ideas that motivated them. Gid understands what that feels like, how a sense of dread can overcome someone who is suddenly faced with the unknown. He's been there! More importantly, Gid knows how they can make those years exciting...even spectacular!
When Jane Pauley interviewed Gid for a segment on the Today Show she said of him, 'He could be the Pied Piper of the Baby Boomer generation." She also wrote about him in her book, "Life Reimagined," as have two other authors. She then invited him to appear at the AARP National Convention in New Orleans and talk about his story.
"After hearing Gid, I was determined to change my life." Sharon H/United Kingdom
"Gid Pool is a very creative and energetic motivational speaker. He has a profound way of energizing the audience. He is able to use personal stories and humor to both entertain and motivate the listener. During his talk he develops a relationship with the audience and helps them discover a new found passion for their cause. Quick witted and seasoned as a speaker, he can handle any situation that arises. "
Daryl M./Financial Associate
Thrivent Financial® (A Fortune 500 Company)
Contact him today to have the best opportunity of getting your preferred date or dates. You can call him at 941-276-4140 or email him on the Drop Gid A Line link below.
The best presentation is the one that fits your audience, "to a tee," as they say. Gid will work with your meeting planner to make certain you have the best event possible. His expertise can help you have a professional event on all levels,.
When he is not appearing in a comedy club or speaking at a private event, you can usually find Gid on a cruise ship, educating and motivating people. Each year he spends from 45 to 60 days on the high seas. In the past two years he has crossed the Atlantic four times. He's cruised from Valparaiso, Chile to St. Petersburg, Russia and been through the Panama Canal three times. His 40 plus cruises have given him a wealth of knowledge that he is now sharing with the world.
Interested in having Gid bring his message to your group? Simply send him an email.