Speaking

I am grateful to have the opportunity to share insights, encouragement and strategies during my keynote presentations and leadership programs.

The reason I am grateful is because I know what it feels like to have low self-esteem, to be influenced by negative peer pressure and to not have clear direction in life.

I realize that each presentation is an opportunity to help someone in the audience who may be currently experiencing some life challenges which I previously encountered.

I do not take this lightly.

This is my mission.

During each and every presentation, I always share specific strategies and action items with the audience.

I do this because I realize that it is not enough to just share some “motivation” without any content.

Yes!  I can share some funny and life-profound stories which you keep an audience on the edge of their seats.  And I’ve been blessed with the gift of story-telling.

However, I truly believe that TRUE CHANGE is a process and that’s why I am so committed to sharing specific strategies and action items.

For me, the real “work” begins when the presentation is over and the audience exits through the doors.

Because I am committed to truly helping people maximize their true potential, we provide follow-up handouts, worksheets and online programs because REAL change is a process.

It’s critically important that we continue the momentum of empowering more people to maximize their true potential.

Your  Words  Impact  Others!

 

Realize this:  We all speak!

I encourage you to allow your words to be a positive force for others.

There is power in the spoken word and I understand the importance of Proverbs 18:21 which states, “Death and life are in the power of the tongue and those who love it will eat its fruit.”

Words can uplift and encourage.  And words can also devalue and humiliate.

I do my best to be conscious of the words which I speak because words have the power to plant seeds of greatness or seeds of confusion.

Let’s you and I commit to being conscious of the words we speak!

Peace and Respect!

 

 

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