3 Keynote options that encourage individuals to change so that their organizations can change
Take personal responsibility for your thoughts, actions, and interactions. Take control of your thinking, get more done, improve your relationships with others.
Associations, Conferences, Corporate Meetings, Conventions
- The 3 Principles of Gumption
- How your thoughts affect your actions and interactions
- Take personal responsibility and eliminate blame, frustration, and anger
- Improve your relationships at work and home
- Movie Life lessons
This presentation works best for audiences wanting a balance of substance and entertainment with immediate takeaways
Use the 3 Life Lessons from the movie Forrest Gump to generate more opportunities, make better choices, and take control of your life journey.
Corporate Meetings, Associations, Conferences, Conventions
- Life lessons from the movie Forrest Gump
- How to spot opportunities… everywhere
- Everything is a choice – choose wisely
- Life Journey, Life Chapters, and living in the moment
- Finding your destiny
- Gumption principles
This presentation focuses more on the movie than the other two and is considered the most fun and light-hearted of the 3
Teams function better when listening, respect, human dignity, and human potential all exist. Encouraging your group to move from A to B.
Corporate Meetings – a personalized message of change for your group
- Include your message of change in this keynote for your group
- Focus on encouraging your team to move from A to B
- 3 Principles of Gumption with emphasis on interactions
- Change presented as both an opportunity and choice
- Journey of change explained in a fun, Gump-like manner
This presentation is best for a corporate audience that has a specific message of change they want emphasized in a fun, encouraging way
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