Fran Harris

Former HGTV Host of "Home Rules", current Play-by-Play Announcer, ESPN's Longhorn Network, and Host of The BadAss Business Show

“Well-behaved women rarely make history.” ~ Laurel Ulrich Thatcher Fran Harris has a simple mantra: if you want to have an amazing life or career, there's no room for excuses. Her witty, inspirational and unconventional insights about life and business have made her one of the most sought after corporate speakers and coaches in America. The author of 20 books, she recently hosted “Home Rules", a life and home renovation show on HGTV, where her candor and insights reached millions of viewers each week. Fran draws upon her electrifying career as an elite athlete, organizational consultant, sales trainer, TV personality and megapreneur to help individuals and companies create soaring success. A former Procter & Gamble sales executive and teambuilding expert, she knows what it takes to break through old paradigms and habits to become your best because she's done it in her own life and helped millions do the same. Her company, Fran Harris Enterprises, LLC is a business explosion organization working with mid-size to Fortune 50 companies helping them grow their organizations through sales, organizational development, on and offline line marketing, as well as social media solutions and training. Her expertise, quick wit and candor have landed her on hundreds of TV and radio shows including The Today Show, CNBC, CNN, Fox Business, TLC, Comedy Central, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Oprah’s Radio Network and many others. In 2011, Fran bested over 15,000 candidates to be named Good Morning America's Advice Guru Runner-up. A WNBA & NCAA champion who was recently an adjunct professor in Advertising, teaching sales, marketing and sports media at her alma mater, The University of Texas at Austin, Fran's a play by play announcer for the newly formed Longhorn Network, a $300 million dollar partnership between UT and ESPN. She's the founder and publisher of Collegepreneur magazine, the world's first national personal, professional and business publication for college students. NetworkLogosNew