From John’s Blog

The Reno Experince

The Reno Experience Four years ago my longest lifetime friend and I started to play duplicate bridge. He was worried about how to fill his time in retirement and we had a lot of fun playing bridge 40+ years ago in university. Hey, in university ev...

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Who’s in Charge? Your Brain or Your Heart

Brain vs. Heart All my life I have been a logical person. A Myers-Briggs Personality Test concluded I was a T. I do have feelings, of course, but logic is a primary motivator when I take action. So imagine my surprise when I realized my brain is...

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John’s Tweets

After three long days of playing bridge, we have won the right to play in the finals of the Canadian…
– Tuesday May 24 – 3:23am

No complaints about this cold damp weather. I don’t paricularly like it but I have learned that fires do not like…
– Sunday May 15 – 4:53pm

What is going on? The 1st week of May and forest fires are raging out of control. Our cottage is currently under…
– Sunday May 8 – 1:42am
– Thursday May 5 – 1:35am

LAST CHANCE – If you have not yet purchased any of the great-looking rain barrels, accessories, or plant pots,…
– Tuesday May 3 – 12:12pm



John has the uncanny ability to motivate people to make positive and lasting changes. He provides his audiences with real-life tools that help them see their environment in more productive ways. If you are looking for a proven speaker for a banquet, meeting, or conference or a presenter for a training program, talk to John. He gives uplifting and personalized presentations that can make an immediate impact on the culture within your organization. Check out his testimonials – they say it all.

John’s first speech back after his heart attack. He tells parts of the intense and sometimes funny story of his 16 hour ordeal when he was convinced he was not going to make it and then shares some insights about his recovery.


Launch Excerpts

John on stage at the National Speakers Convention – a moving excerpt of his challenges in recovery the last two years and why he became a professional speaker. (3:49).

See more of John’s videos here.

January 2015 Interview with Dahlia Kurtz on CJOB

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John uses his experience in professional baseball and other businesses to work with organizations that want to build meaningful relationships. His ability to relate with everyone and his proven track record in businessand successful teambuilding provide him with instant credibility. John can help you or your organization by providing a needs assessment and via his personal program he can guide individuals or organizations to greater success.

  • A powerful and personable speaker who reminds us that positive outcomes can be achieved when we know how to connect with people.–Canadian Institute of Public Health Inspectors (Manitoba Branch), National Conference, Winnipeg 2013

  • John is a dynamic speaker who had our members laughing and nodding along in agreement with his dynamic presentation on being a better contact hitter. He used real life examples pulled from his years of experience to help illustrate his examples in a meaningful way. I am happy to recommend his services to any group considering John Hindle for a speaking engagement.–Laura Haines, Human Resource Management Association of Manitoba (2013)

  • Your passion and humour left the audience still wanting more when you finished. We appreciate the quality that you brought to our event.–Ed Thompson, Owner, Money Concepts

  • John's ability to relay messages about motivation in business as well as relevant anecdotes from his experience in sport makes him a very entertaining speaker.–Kevin Briand, Toronto Blue Jays