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“Great energy! Excellent topic! Our anchor Cheryl loved you! We’d love to have you back.”
– Jill Woerner, Producer, Fox Business News

For more than twenty years, Randy Siegel has served the media as an expert source. Areas of expertise include:

  • “The Great Values Shift”
  • Career Development and Advancement
  • Personal Branding and Image

Randy has been quoted in USA Today, Wall Street Journal online, Money magazine, the Washington Post, Southwest Airline’s in-flight magazine Spirit, on Fox Business News, and many other media outlets. His books The Inspired Life: How Contribution and Connection Create Power, Passion, and Joy, PowerHouse Presenting: Become the Communicator You Were Born to Be and Engineer Your Career: Building a Blueprint for Your Best Self are available through, and his bylined articles regularly appear online and in print.

Randy Siegel in the Media

Randy Siegel has joined Little PINK Book as one of its expert bloggers. A global online community for professional women, Little PINK Book has been called “the number one online resource for America’s working women.” It also has been recognized by Forbes as a “Top 100 Women’s Website 2010” as well as a Yahoo! “Top 10 Women’s Business Sites.” Visit Randy’s blog on Little PINK Book.

Everybody’s Gay Best Friend Randy Siegel speaks to WNC Woman Magazine on how to navigate a break-up:

Randy’s latest book Break Up, Wake Up, Move On: Straight Talk from Everybody’s Gay Best Friend was featured in Verve Magazine:

Asheville Citizen Times’ columnist Susan Reinhardt interviews Everybody’s Gay Best Friend Randy Siegel. Read about it.

On November 18, 2010, Randy Siegel was interviewed by Lisa Almaraz of the Eartheart Network on his new book The Inspired Life: How Connection and Contribution Create Power, Passion, and Joy.

NBC LX New York invited Randy Siegel to speak on how to “deal with jerks” on August 23, 2010.

Mary Welch, a writer with, a website for professional women, interviewed Randy on the importance of being grateful, and women, and leadership.

Randy Siegel was a guest on Fox Business News on March 31, 2008. See what he has to say about body language in the office.

Randy was interviewed by a radio station in Hickory, N.C., in 2009 about a series of workshops he’s conducting in North Carolina for those who have recently lost their jobs. Click here to listen to the interview.

Randy gives practical advice on how you can support friends and family who are out of work for Guideposts magazine. Click here to read the article.

Randy wrote an article on “Women, Flex Your Communication Muscle” and “Awakening the Feminine” for the Y Chromosome issue of Western North Carolina Woman.

Randy Siegel explores whether you should cruise along or jump ship for

On Friday, March 14, 2008, Randy was quoted in the Wall Street Journal online. See his “Career Tip of the Week.”

Randy was a guest columnist for Western North Carolina Woman’s Y Chromosome issue on July 2008. Read what he wrote on living an authentic life.

Read the Asheville Citizen-Times’ review of Randy Siegel’s book PowerHouse Presenting.

The Star-Ledger ( Newark, NJ ) asks Randy Siegel for tips on how to get a promotion.

Hear Randy Siegel interviewed on manifesting the life you want on WZNN Radio’s “The Entrepreneur’s Edge” in the winter of 2005.

Read what Randy Siegel has to write about listening for American Venture magazine.

Randy Siegel writes on your ideal work environment for

Read how to power your marketing program with high voltage communications.

Randy Siegel shares how to become a better listener for

For women only: read Randy Siegel’s thoughts on how to become a more powerful communicator.

Randy Siegel shares secrets for becoming a more powerful presenter for

Bylined Articles/Sample Topics

Randy has written a wide range of free articles on how to become a better communicator, leader, and person.

Articles may be reprinted only with permission and the following attribution and URL link:

Randy Siegel is “Everybody’s GBF, (Gay Best Friend).” Face it, everybody needs one. Not only for the hip-factor but for the unique masculine-feminine perspective they can offer. Connect with Randy at for conversation, commiseration, and perhaps, a cocktail or two.

Contact Randy Siegel for reprint permission.

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Profile and Photos

Media Profile: Microsoft Word | PDF

Photos: Formal (Color) | Formal (B&W) | Casual (Color) | Casual (B&W)

Books: The Inspired Life | Engineer Your Career | PowerHouse Presenting

Photos by Rebecca D’Angelo
Photos are print-friendly JPGs. TIFFs are available upon request. Contact Randy Siegel.


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