Turn The Page

Print BlogFriendship has taken on a different meaning these days. For example, we have “friends” on Facebook, many of whom we hardly know! We have friends at work, who are usually people we’re friendly with during the eight or so hours we’re together, and then

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Wake Up and Smell the Coffee

Print BlogMy friend Bob is an amazing person. Bob works a full-time job for a NASCAR team and, in his spare time, uses his impressive diagnostic mind to help his friends and sons with projects bordering on genius. He volunteers regularly to help his neighbor,

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5 Things to Look for When Hiring a Motivational Speaker

Print BlogIt’s common knowledge that motivational speakers have to be engaging, educating and entertaining. Your conferences, workshops and corporate events need keynote speakers who can get your point across, all the while ensuring the audience has a good time. Speakers should have the ability to

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Reconnect With What You Love

Print BlogWhile social media has made it incredibly easy to indulge in nostalgia and look up people from the past, this is not an article about reconnecting on Facebook. Likewise, it isn’t about the simple pleasures of life such as jumping into a lake or

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Corporate Comedians: How the Right Keynote Speaker Can Spread Happy Energy at the Workplace!

Print BlogManagement expert Peter Drücker once said, “Culture eats strategy for breakfast!” What he meant was that your amazing plans and well thought-out strategies are entirely useless if your people aren’t motivated, ready and committed to making it happen – basically, you fail if your

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Mind Over Chatter

Print BlogThis post was inspired by a remembrance from someone who found me on Facebook and was ecstatic to learn that I had written a book about goats, or so she thought. Her name is Betsy, and she is a former classmate of mine. As

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