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Ever wondered why do people do what they do? How can a leader get people to want to do what needs done? How do you motivate someone? Prof. Steven Reiss, PhD, led 30 years of groundbreaking research into human motivation and created the Science of Motivation® based on his “16 Basic Desires Theory.” In this provocative talk, Andy Dix shares key insights into understanding why people do what they do and explains how to inspire the best in others and ourselves. His energetic and entertaining approach promises a lively and highly engaging session for your organization. MORE >
We’re often told to keep business and personal life separate, but the lines seem to cross and blur more and more in today’s world. What if we followed the same principles and goals in both areas of our life so that we are truly moving towards and fulfilling our vision and mission in life? In this interactive session, Paul Lushin provides guidance on how to align our goals, intentions, and actions so that we are leading with the same purpose in all areas of our life. MORE >
We all have mountains to climb, some big, some little. But often when confronted with ours, they seem like Mt. Everest or Denali. They loom large and take our breath and motivation away making it difficult to even start to overcome them. But Gary and his wife, avid hikers, were forced to face a mountain with Jackie, her stage 3 cancer. And when this new peak in their lives threatened to paralyze them by its size and magnitude they began with God's help to climb it the way they climbed actual mountains of granite... one switchback at a time. MORE >Together they learned practical strategies for both preparing for any personal mountain, getting started, looking for potential problems and getting up the trail a little bit at a time. Gary uses both humor and poignant illustrations to keep audiences on the edge of their seat while able to take something with them to tackle their own challenges.