Wes Berry is a professional speaker who will make your event a success. He deliveries complex insights in simple lessons that resonate by delivering successful outcomes. If you want a transformative speaker that will leave your attendees raving about your event, you want Wes Berry.
He built an excellent international business with sales of over 750 MILLION DOLLARS, which operated in 130 countries worldwide.
Wes is also the Wall Street Journal and USA TODAY best-selling author of the book Big Things Have Small Beginnings, which focuses primarily on motivation and inspiration and is the first volume in his Leadership and Business Series. His second volume, Success Factors, is available for order on Amazon. The third book in his series is the, Metaverse Revolution.
With Wes, you get a transformative speaker who has experienced more than his share of setbacks and successes. That’s how truly successful people roll. Without risk, the reward is without meaning. Only by daring to roll the dice is a life worth living. Don’t get this wrong. It would help if you took the easy wins too, and no one should be reckless, but it sure is true that you learn more from setbacks than easy wins. And if you want to grow and reach greater heights, you must keep learning, and Wes is the speaker that can help move you and your team forward.
Things to do in Nashville
The Grand Ole Opry, an American Icon and Nashville's number one attraction, is known for creating one-of-a-kind entertainment experiences for audiences of all ages. It's where unforgettable moments happen every week...moments like the night Trace Adkins revealed a tweet inviting his pal Blake Shelton to become a member of the Opry. With country music's new stars, superstars, and legends live on stage, you never know what'll happen next. See the show that made country music famous.
When you walk through the doors of historic Ryman Auditorium, one thing becomes clear right away: this isn’t just another nightly music venue, and it’s so much more than a daytime tourist stop. This place is hallowed ground. This is the exact spot where bluegrass was born—where Johnny Cash met June Carter, where souls were saved and a slice of history was nearly lost. It was right here that country music found an audience beyond its own back porch, and countless careers took off as deals were signed on napkins and paper scraps backstage. Open daily for tours and shows, right in the heart of Music City.
The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is the home of this popular American art form, safeguarding over 2.5 million artifacts, with two expansive floors of gallery space featuring permanent- and limited- engagement exhibits. The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is also home to Historic RCA Studio B and Hatch Show Print. It offers three dining and four retail options, all open to the public. Closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day.
The Hermitage, Home of President Andrew Jackson, is one of the largest and most visited presidential homes in the United States, and recently named the #1 historic house in Tennessee. Today, The Hermitage is a 1,120-acre National Historic Landmark with over 30 historic buildings, that welcomes some 200,000 annual visitors, including 30,000 schoolchildren, from all 50 states and many foreign countries. Visit Andrew Jackson's Hermitage to witness "The Duel: The Art of the Southern Gentleman." This 30-minute visitor experience will answer questions about dueling followed by an ACTUAL demonstration by our historic re-enactors. “The Duel” takes place every Thursday through Sunday throughout the day, free with paid admission.
The Johnny Cash Museum features the world's largest collection of Johnny Cash artifacts and memorabilia in the world. Walk through the life of the Man in Black depicted in interactive exhibits, films and much more. We feature a Bongo Java Coffee Shop and Museum Cafe. Officially endorsed by the Cash Family. The museum recently received the coveted AAA GEM rating; the highest bestowed on an attraction. We are one of only six attractions in Nashville to have this distinction.
Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum honors musicians from stars to studio players, from all genres of music. Historic artifacts include instruments played on original recordings of Red Hot Chili Peppers, Hank Williams, Sr., George Harrison, Frank Sinatra, The Supremes, Elvis Presley, Bob Dylan, Chicago and more. See the original stage where a young Jimi Hendrix played. "To be recognized by this institution is the greatest honor a musician can have." -Neil Young.
The Music City is at its most atmospheric at night, with its dazzling illuminations and buzzing nightlife. With this tour, drive around Nashville on a historic trolley bus; pass by famous sites such as the Ryman Auditorium and Music Row; and learn about Nashville’s music scene from your guides, who are musicians themselves.