Matthew C. Anderson

Enthusiastic speaker, creator, problem-solver, and mentor.

Approach

Applying a consistent approach to every single venture allows clear expectations to be set and fosters strong and consistent communication both internally and with clients.

Listen

  

Create

  

Inspire

  

Connect on Social Media

Endeavors

  • Game Designing
  • Mentoring
  • Performing
  • Podcasting
  • Speaking
  • Writing

As far back as I can remember I’ve sought out opportunities to present, emcee, and speak in many different capacities. I have a passion for connecting with people through this kind of engagement.

Professionally

I’m in a role at work that affords me many opportunities to present. In-person meetings, webinars, and recordings.

A personal favorite presentation was one I gave in 2015. I presented at the CRM User Group conference. The message, structure, and content were all geared toward empowering the average user—and some concrete steps toward using the Microsoft CRM platform to make their life easier (even if their implementation leaves something to be desired). Not only did I enjoy putting together and delivering the presentation, but the attendee feedback confirmed that it was a worthy session (and that the theme was just icing on the cake).

Toastmasters

I am a member and former club officer in the Tonka Talkers Toastmasters Club (2119). I’ve been involved with Toastmasters since 2012 and originally joined as a way to keep my speaking skills sharp. Since joining, I’ve achieved the Competent Communicator designation, served as VP of Public Relations, and won speech contests at the club and area levels. In 2015, I was asked to serve as Toastmaster for the club speech contest.

Wedding Officiation

Presiding over the marriage of two individuals is one of the most special experiences I've had. I had the honor of being asked to preside over a wedding for two longtime friends back in 2010. Since then I have continued officiating weddings for friends and relatives upon request.

About Matthew

I live in Wayzata, MN, with my wife Jess, daughter Emelia, and dog Stormie. I’m not much for most social media (such as Facebook, it’s just not that appealing to me), but I do like to write blogs, tweet, and post pictures on Instagram.

Time is precious and I don't like wasting it, so I've tuned my habits both personally and professionally in an ongoing effort to spend that time on what matters--and I love sharing what I've learned with others through speaking and writing.​