If you can learn to ride a bike, you can learn to be a good speaker. We provide the training wheels. All you need is the decision to begin.

– Jim Comer

If you feel nervous or can’t be yourself when you speak in public, you’ve come to the right place.

At Comer Communications, we specialize in bringing out the best in people.

Whatever your current skill level, you can become a more powerful and confident communicator. That’s not a catch phrase, but a promise. We turn normal nervousness into positive energy.

Thousands of our clients – from CEOs to sales people, managers and teachers – have learned simple techniques to be themselves in front of any group. Our goal is for you to be authentic – the person your friends know and enjoy.
In our keynotes, workshops or one-on-one coaching, first we make sure that your presentation is clear, memorable and jargon-free. Only when the content sounds natural – the way you actually speak – do we start working on your delivery.

We use video so you can see your strengths as well as areas that need work. Then we tackle them together. You’ll get the support you need and a safe space to practice and grow at your own speed.

Comer Communication Clients Include:

  • Jim Comer keeps his commitments no matter what. When the last flight out of Dallas was canceled at 11 PM due to severe weather – and he was doing a three hour presentation for our conference the next morning at nine – Jim drove 360 miles to Amarillo. He got no sleep, but his presentation was so full of energy, humor and practical takeaways that our conference attendees loved it. We don’t know how he did it, but we’re so glad he did!

    Jaime Morales BSW Caregiver Specialist, Area on Agency on Aging of the Panhandle
  • In December 2015 I was preparing to give the commencement address at the University of Texas at Austin - College of Natural Sciences. Jim helped me overcome my nervousness, be myself in front of 10,000 people, and deliver a very personal speech in my own style. Jim was easy to work with and even showed up at my house at 9:00 AM on the day of the ceremony for a final run-through. As a result of our work together, the speech was successful beyond my expectations.

    Stoney Barton Founder & CEO, FSTI, Inc.
  • Jim Comer’s presentation is absolutely TERRIFIC — informative, inspirational, and humorous. If you are a senior or a caregiver, you don’t want to miss it. Jim provides a road map that turns a life-changing event into a positive life experience.”

    Randy Medinger Director of Provider Relations, Hospice of Arizona
  • Jim is one of the most talented individuals I have met in over 30 years in business. If you need a keynote speaker who is likeable, entertaining, full of energy, and who delivers the message using his own humorous and touching personal stories, Jim Comer is your guy. Also, do yourself a favor - work with Jim if you’ve been asked to make a presentation. You will be glad you did.

    Doug Hall Owner at W D Hall Company and Clean Water Strategies
  • We recently had Jim Comer as our keynote speaker for our Caring for Aging Parents confrerence. Jim was the key link in a fantastic day of interactive learning and sharing among our congregation, community and area agencies. He mesmerized the group with his humor and wisdom on this tough topic that so many are facing.

    Nelda Reid Church and Society Committee Chair, Suncreek United Methodist Church, Allen, TX
  • Jim Comer is so full of life that he would shine through a solar eclipse.

    Joel Jacobson The Mail-Star, Halifax, Nova Scotia
  • Jim's been a great mentor. He's unparalleled at working with executives to bring out their best presentation qualities, turning them from policy wonks into genuine, warm communicators. He's adept at training both groups and individuals in the art of communication.

    Russ Somers VP Marketing at TrendKite
  • You made us laugh and learn simultaneously. What a concept!

    Patti DeNucci Speaker and Author, The Intentional Networker
  • If you are looking for a high energy and engaging speaker for your conference, please consider Jim Comer. Jim closed conferences for Greater Iowa Chapter in two locations back to back. His humor, theatrics, endearing stories, and wild Texan style thrilled the attendees. Throughout his 60 minute presentation, the audience laughed and cried over and over again. Many told us that the opportunity to laugh hard and laugh often was a healing and energizing experience.

    Linda Brown Alzheimer’s Association of Greater Iowa