Contact Me

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What can I do to help you? I would sincerely like to do something for you. Just ask.

Your question or problem might help other people as well. Perhaps I can use it on the blog, podcast, or in my next book and even more people will benefit.

Let’s help each other.

The best way to contact me is through my email address.

greg@gregorybknapp.com

Please note: I reserve the right to delete comments that I view as rude, snarky, mean or off-topic. Hey, this is to support each other and have fun! Let's Go!

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  1. Mr. Knapp,
    I belong to Rotary club that meets every Thursday morning at 7. Would you be interested in speaking at our meeting?

    My number is 816-679-6726. BTW, I’ve been a listener for awhile and enjoy your show.

  2. Greg:
    We’d like to talk to you about coming to speak at the retirement home in Higginsville. Our bank sponsors events and would love to have you come talk to the residents.
    Thanks,
    Brian in Lee’s Summit

  3. Thank you for sharing this, how appropriate for our time. Each of us needs to focus on chasing our dreams and finding our purpose, we all need structure and direction whether we agree or not. I have found mine and am thankful to be able to pay it forward in 2016.

  4. You had a gentleman on air 3/29 as I was driving home talking about changing the way to do business. Would you please provide me with his name? Enjoy your show each weekday.
    Vicki

  5. I was profoundly shocked to not hear your voice on Thursday and Friday of last week. Your voice of sanity, and that same voice of reason. I suspected something was up almost immediately. I have always believed that your audience was destined to be nationwide and that you would leave Kansas City…I hope and pray that something opens up for you here, as you are the best there has ever been! I have contacted KCMO 710 and expressed my sincere disappointment in their decision to not have you on the air. You are a natural. You have gifts that I am not sure you’ve totally uncovered. Thank you for all you’ve given your listeners over the years. I’ve loved every minute of it! -Vicki Stuessi

    • Thanks you for the very kind words, Vicki. That really means a lot to me. Many opportunities are out there for my Personal Development business and for radio. I will keep you up to date on what’s next!

    • Thanks for asking. Here’s what I posted on FB.

      I was told that corporate was looking at saving money and decided the best way to do that was to lay me off.

      For the past 5 years I have consistently had the highest ratings on the station, so I was told repeatedly it was not about my performance. My general manager was very kind in telling me how much she appreciated my show and my work.

      I think corporate just decided it was cheaper to run their own syndicated programming than it was to pay me a salary.

      Everyone at Cumulus KC has been very good to me. I will miss working with them – especially my producer, Martell.

      I want to thank everyone who listened to my show in KC and especially all of you who have emailed and talked with me on FB. Hearing how many people love my show always means a lot to me. It’s why I do it.

      The good news is I learned a long time ago to always have more than one source of income. I am now ramping up my Personal Development business based on my book, GO! It includes public speaking, coaching, writing, ecourses and more.

      I’m also looking for new opportunities in radio.

      If you know anyone looking for a life coach, or you have a contact at a corporation, college or church who books speakers, please introduce me to them. Message me on FB and we’ll talk about it.

      Thanks so much for your support and prayers.

      Let’s GO!

  6. Dear Greg:
    My wife has met you a number of times in person, the last time was at Trans West here in Belton, MO. When your program went to the afternoons, I was able to listen to you & enjoyed your program. I’m a school bus driver across the state line in your school district (Blue Valley) & this past year serviced BVW & Hilltop. In past years I did evening sports trips with schools like BVSW, but in the summer of 2015 I ended up going through three surgeries for kidney stones & benign enlarged prostrate. The first surgery had the surprise of a low grade small cancer tumor in my bladder. As of this date I have been cancer free. These surgeries gave me a wake up call to take better care of myself & not be doing evening school bus trips anymore. During your morning shows, I would either be driving or taking care of paperwork.

    I’ve taken off this summer for foot surgery which I am now recovering from, & to tell the truth Mary (my wife) & I do not like Rob Carson’s sense of humor. That’s not your opinion, but ours. If there would be anyway to bring you back, we would be first to try & make that happen. As far as we’re concerned, you had one of the best shows locally on KCMO.

    This coming school year might be my last driving for Blue Valley if we can begin building an aging in place type home in Troy, MO north of Wentzville, MO (suburban St. Louis). This would put us closer to the Chicago area where Mary is originally from. I’m retired Navy & did boot camp in Orlando; Class “A” vocational school at Naval Air Station Jacksonville; & helicopter detachments out of HSL-36 at Mayport Naval Station in Florida. It was great coming home on ship to Jacksonville Beach!

    Best Wishes to a Class “A” Radio Host,
    For Mary Ann & I —
    Bob Olsen

    P.S. We still have your coffee cup.

    • Bob,

      Thanks so much for the kind words about my show, your US Navy service and your service as a school bus driver. I’m so glad you’re cancer free. I wish you all the best in your retirement plans. God bless.