In addition to competing in NBC's hit show, American Ninja Warrior, Hoan Do has traveled to every corner of the United States — and parts of Canada — on a mission to provide students with practical strategies to help them to succeed in and out of school.

He takes abstract life lessons and makes them real through creative metaphors and analogies, likening attitude adjustments to “changing the playlist.”

“Sometimes your biggest breakdowns in life can provide you with your biggest breakthroughs in life,” he says. “It’s not about being positive all the time; it’s about having the right attitude.”

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On Wednesday, August 23, 2023, Hoan Do will be speaking at the Scott Community College at 11:30 a.m. in the Student Life Center.

After graduating from Pepperdine University in 2007, Hoan beat out candidates who were considerably older and vastly more experienced than him to work with the top personal development company in the world. As a national speaker and corporate trainer, he conducted sessions for distinguished audiences that included: Century 21, Bank of America, Honda, Toyota, UBS Financial, Chambers of Commerce, and the U.S. Army.

Hoan has empowered over a quarter million people and has been seen on Good Morning America, NBC, Yahoo Finance and Lay's Chip Bags nationwide as a part of the Smile with Lay's Campaign benefiting Operation Smile.

Hoan is the author of Succeeding in the Real World, was recognized as one of the top 25 most influential people by The Seattle Magazine, and is a recipient of the Verizon Wireless Motivator Award.

“Hoan Do is consistently one of the most popular speakers at our National Conference on Student Leadership.”
Susan Liimatta, National Center for Student Leadership
“Out of all the speaker that I have heard, what makes Hoan unique is his ability to connect with the students. Hoan is genuine, relatable, and truly understands what students are going through.”
Bruce August Jr., University of Texas at Dallas

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