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  • Be like Bill

    Jeff Utzinger, Sudden Cardiac Arrest and AED Advocate, Be like Bill, LLC

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Motivational

    We have become a society apprehensive of helping others in need - whether due to litigation or fear, we simply hope someone else will jump in and act. My message is simple - Be like Bill...don't hesitate when presented with the difficult task of doing something courageous...you might just be the hero someone needs. MORE >

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  • How to Succeed at Anything

    Jeff Bennington, Author and Vlogger, HVAC Animated

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Motivational

    Successful people focus all their energy into a single purpose. They ask questions. They're humble. They are constantly learning and developing their skills and knowledge. Champions take responsibility for their results, and they're persistent in spite of their failures. Combine that level of tenacity with a healthy mindset and a passionate "why", anything is possible, in any field, and is repeatable, over and over. In this talk, Jeff Bennington explains the hard lessons an average person must learn to become above average, to overcome defeat, and move from a mediocrity mindset to prosperity mindset. MORE >

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  • Stress Management, we all have it, how do we combat it?

    Dr. Urvi Vyas, D.C., Pure Family Chiropractic

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Health & Fitness

    We all suffer from stress, but what is important is how well your body can adapt to that stress. The three types of stress are emotional, physical and environmental and this talk gives 10 simple steps to manage these stresses. In addition, the attendees of this talk will leave with tools that they can use immediately, at work or at home, to help their bodies better manage each type of stress. MORE >

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  • Let’s Be Real: A way to become comfortable having uncomfortable conversations about race

    Marc Hardy, Executive Director/Co-Founder and Consultant, CAN I BE REAL Inc.

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Educational

    We tend to live among, shop with, work with and learn with people who look just like us. This limits our meaningful interactions with people of different races and cultures. This presentation fosters a vulnerable atmosphere where Hardy explains why he feels the way he does regarding various topics of injustice but also spends time brainstorming ways that members of the audience can make an impact on topics they are passionate about. MORE >

    This presentation leaves people with the realization that you can have direct and honest conversations with people of a different race respectfully. They will also be inspired to find a way they can impact injustice in their own way.
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  • Food, Glorious Food! Learn how to make it work for you without all that complicated stuff!

    Cindy Sams, Owner, Full-Body Fitness LLC

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Health & Fitness

    My Daily Eating Guide is one of the many tools I start my clients out with. It is simple, it will create you having more energy, losing some bloat, and yes, even weight.

    The Guide is not complicated. It's simple and it will help you understand how your body actually works inside. MORE >

    This will help ANYONE who struggles with wondering what to eat, how much, why, and all that jazz... and as I like to say - "Keep It Simple Sweetie"

    Participants will receive my Guide, along with many awesome recipes that are tried and true!

    I will also touch on movement and cardiovascular fitness. (and no, it's not running!) There is a way to burn fat AND gain endurance so we don't huff and putt up the stairs.

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  • Healing a Nation Through Common Ground Communication

    David Bennett, Owner, Common Ground Communication

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Business

    It is apparent over the last few years that the United States is deeply divided. There are not only many different perspectives but, those perspectives are often rigidly held. But, what can be done, and more importantly what can each of us do to bring the people of this country together? MORE >

    I believe it starts with each of us and our communication with our family, friends, and work colleagues. To bridge differences and promote understanding of different perspectives, we need to find common ground with one another. We need to find commonalities not just differences. We can start a dialogue with people we disagree with by first finding the areas on which we agree. It is clear that there are more areas on which we agree than on which we disagree, but we often lose perspective when someone challenges or disagrees with us.

    When we put this to work in our communication we develop "connections" with one another. This connection leads to a greater respect and understanding of diverse perspectives.

    I've seen this approach make a tremendous difference with people and groups. And it's not hard for people to adopt. They already have the skills needed. It's just matter of applying some existing skills differently, enhancing other skills, and putting it all together with every person with whom they interact in every conversation.

    I share my perspectives on how common ground connections can help bridge differences and bring people together with participants at conferences and meetings. I work with individuals and companies on identifying and resolving communication issues and improving existing communication skills.

    Now more than ever we need to communicate in such a way that we establish common ground connections with everyone. I hope to work with you in helping you do that.

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  • The Value of Nutritional Enzymes

    Dr. Mary Jo Johnson, DC, Chiropractic & Wellness Center

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Health & Fitness

    When plant enzymes were first discovered by scientist they were declared an enemy of plants, and science spent a hundred and fifty years destroying enzymes in the food supply. It turns out plant enzymes are not enemies of plants or foods but rather an indispensable component of the nutritional puzzle. MORE >

    Without enzymes, even the best diet will fail to provide nutrition to the human body. Learn what nutritional enzymes are, where they ‘re found, what function they perform, and how to insure your diet has an adequate supply of enzymes.
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  • How to Stay Young the First 100 Years

    Marie Storm RN, BSN, Certified Health Coach, Storm Chiropractic Clinic

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Health & Fitness

    This talk is all about mobility & preventative care as we are living longer as a population. Emphasis on how important it is to take care of our body so we can live a quality life and continue to do the things we enjoy in life.

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  • Starving on a Great Diet

    Dr. Mary Jo Johnson, DC, Chiropractic & Wellness Center

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Health & Fitness

    Food is supposed to be the best medicine, but many people who eat well according to conventional wisdom still experience indigestion, bloating, joint and muscle pain and host of other discomforts – and many of these discomforts are the direct result of the food we eat.  In recent decades there have been tremendous changes in the ways food is processed, and some of these innovations have lessened the accessible nutrition in food, particularly fruits and vegetables. MORE >

    Learn what these changes are, how they give new meaning to the phrase ‘empty calories’ and how to compensate for them in order to avoid ‘food side-effects’ and gain the greatest nutritional benefit from your food dollars.
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  • Answers to our Health Care Crisis

    Robert Prather, D.C., D.A.B.C.I., L.Ac., B.C.A.O, President, The Prather Practice

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Health & Fitness

    The proper path to effective and affordable health care reform remains a contentious debate in our country. Learn about the proven health care model that achieves a 40% cost savings over 5 years (and rises to a 60% cost savings over 10 years) while improving patient satisfaction and health outcomes. Those improved outcomes include 60% fewer hospital admissions, 59% fewer hospital stays, 85% savings in pharmaceutical costs, and adverse reactions reduced by 80%. MORE >

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