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Dallas Speakers Bureau – Olympic & Motivational Speaker, Vince Poscente on “The Heroic Leader”

Thursday, February 14th, 2019

Have you noticed people are increasingly uncertain of their future? This visceral doubt ingnites fear. Here’s the antidote to this pervasive type of trepidation:

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Houston Speakers Bureau – Business Speaker, Garrison Wynn on Change is Mandatory…Stress is Optional

Wednesday, March 2nd, 2016

When the pain of what you are going through becomes greater than the fear of change, you change … but I recommend you avoid most of the pain, embrace the change and adjust.

Perhaps embracing change is not your nature. So how do you bring yourself to a place where change is less traumatic? The first step is to realize that change is always coming. It’s also helpful to acknowledge your emotions about the change ahead; don’t stuff your feelings! If you’re not honest about how you feel, you can easily end up resenting the need to comply with or adapt to the inevitable. Any resentment you harbor can negatively affect your ability to adjust quickly. It can also hamper your willingness to ask for help when needed. Don’t wait; learn the new way, and realize that it takes more guts to ask for help than it does to think you don’t need any help!

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Dallas Texas Speakers Bureau – Motivational Speaker, Michael Hoffman on “Focus on the Behavior”

Thursday, February 5th, 2015

Dallas Texas Speakers Bureau presents Michael Hoffman on “Focus on the Behavior”.

How do we motivate our people to the levels of productivity we all want? The secret is NOT in the reports…”

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Dallas Texas Speakers Bureau – Humorist & Speaker, Christine Cashen on “BUSY is a Four Letter Word”

Tuesday, December 16th, 2014

christine-cashen-headshotDallas Texas Speakers Bureau presents Christine Cashen on “BUSY is a Four Letter Word”.

Is your life rocketing by? People often say (when I say ‘people,’ I mean me), “Where is time going?!?” Who the heck knows? Every time I turn around I get a “due for a dental visit” postcard. Wasn’t I just there last month? Six months seem to pass like six weeks. Are you with me on this? When a new season hits, it is always a surprise. Wasn’t it just Christmas? Valentine’s Day? July 4??

If you ever wonder where time is going, consider your wonder a gift. Just having the realization is key. [The first step is admitting you have a problem, right?] In that moment of clarity, STOP and evaluate whether you are in control of your time, or is your time controlling you?

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Austin Speakers Bureau – Motivational Speaker, Jim Bearden on Our Feelings & the Emotional Consequences of the Mental Choices We Make

Friday, October 4th, 2013
jimcolorheadshot (1)Austin Texas Speakers Bureau presents Jim Bearden on Our Feelings & the Emotional Consequences of the Mental Choices We Make.
Here’s an idea I’ve had about the scope—and the power—of the choices only we can make.
It’s a 2-part idea, and I call it The Rule and The Application.
The Rule
Only you can choose the quality of your days (your life).
The Application
To have exceptional days (an exceptional life),
Stop looking for exceptions to The Rule!
My point is that the quality of our lives is an inside-out phenomenon.