SPEAKING + CONSULTING

Bruce is a high-demand speaker on a wide array of topics — from family and life, to motivation and meaning, to health and wellness. His two TED talks have been viewed almost two million times. He mixes personal narrative, inspirational storytelling, careful research, and practical takeaways to both educate and inspire audiences — from arenas to corporate retreats, colleges and secondary schools to dot-com startups, annual conferences to family reunions. Bruce also consults for businesses trying to better serve customers and employees on matters of family, meaning, and modern life. Clients include Fortune 500 corporations, Ivy League colleges, Wall Street wealth managers, hotel and hospital chains, elite private schools, YPOs, interfaith organizations, and community and civic groups.

We tailor all speeches to meet the needs of specific clients. Below are suggested topics Bruce has spoken about in the past. For information on arranging a speaking event or consulting appearance, please contact Jerimee Bloemeke (contact@brucefeiler.com) or email Bruce.

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Family + Life

The Secrets of Happy Families

Surprising New Ways to Improve Your Mornings, Manage Money, Rethink Mealtime, Fight Smarter, and Much More

Marketing to the New American Family

How Tech-Obsessed Kids, Overworked Moms, and Active Dads Are Changing How Families Shop, Spend, and Connect

Meaning + Business

Harnessing the Power of Meaning

The Art and Science of Living and Working With Purpose, Satisfaction, Resilience, and Joy

The Story of You

How Discovering, Crafting, and Sharing a Strong Narrative Can Help Your Business, Your Employees, and Your Customers Thrive

Health + Wellness

The Power of Community

How to Survive and Thrive in Difficult Times

The Council of Dads

A Survivor’s Story

Religion + Travel

The First Love Story

What Adam and Eve Can Teach Us About Relationships Today

Walking the Bible

Lessons From Two Decades of Retracing the Greatest Stories Ever Told Around the World

Can We Get Along?

A Way Forward for Jews, Christians, and Muslims