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  • Being a Leader Living with Intention

    Paul Lushin, President, Lushin and Associates

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Motivational

    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 >

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  • Encouraging and Influential Leadership

    Jamie Houston, Associate Professor, Ivy Tech Community College

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Motivational

    A one-hour presentation will motivate and encourage leaders in both their personal and professional environments. The major take away, is that all of us are leaders to others in our lives, and all of us are influencing people in many ways. I take the time to really motivate and encourage the audience to understand they are leaders, and to lead as servants through character, integrity, honor, and by encouraging those around them. MORE >

    The influence that we have on others, and they have on us is addressed, in order to demonstrate a key role of all leaders. This very energetic presentation will inspire and motivate people to action, and is designed for leaders in any environment. The participants will take away some simple skills to help them be more effective leaders in both their work and personal environments.
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  • Alkaline Diets – Are you Living a Basic Life, and I’m Not Talking about Lack of Excitement

    Dr. Joseph Fortunato, DC, LAc, Healthsource of Indianapolis

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Health & Fitness

    Illnesses such as a simple cold or flu all the way up to arthritic degeneration and cancer thrive in acidic environments. Find out what creates acidic versus basic environments in your body, and simple ways to live a more basic lifestyle.

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  • Recruiting, Engaging and Retaining Volunteers

    Renee Harlor, Founder, Big Elm Business Solutions

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Business

    So many non-profit organizations are started by passionate people who want to make the world a better place. Non-profits often operate on slim budgets and remain stagnant, or worse, fail. It isn't because of the lack of heart, dedication or passion. It's because of the lack of a strategic plan, goals and a solid team of volunteers. Let's talk about getting the right people in place and keeping them happy. MORE >

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  • Applying Benford’s Law to catch fraudsters

    Greg Wright, Certified Fraud Examiner, Assoc. of Certified Fraud Examineers

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Educational

    For several years, Greg has taught this course to Fraud Examiners and Accountants. Fraudulent numbers are invented numbers that can often be identified by applying special audit techniques. Recently, he has been conducted fraudulent number invention research in conjunction with Purdue and Ball State. This seminar is only presented to law enforcement and fraud auditors. MORE >

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  • Cemetery Symbolism

    Jeannie Regan-Dinius, Director of Special Initiatives, DNR-DHPA

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Educational

    Cemeteries tell us much about who came before us. The size, shape and documentation vary from religious groups, time period, and location. But, all are important outdoor museums. The symbols and markings that individuals put on their stones reveal much about the individual and family. MORE >

    Jeannie R. Regan-Dinius, Director of Special Initiatives for the Department of Natural Resources’’ Division of Historic Preservation and Archaeology, will discuss the state of cemeteries in Indiana, the presumed meanings of markings, how pop culture affects stones, and what you need to look at when you walk through a cemetery.

    Jeannie Regan-Dinius has a life-long interest in history, family history, and research. She earned her Bachelors in Public History from Ball State University, where she studied also anthropology and American Studies. She has her Masters in Urban Planning and Information Management/Library Science from Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis with additional graduate course work in public history.

    Before coming to the State, she was the Executive Director of a 96-acre historic park in Huntington, IN. She came to the state in 2000 to help work on the Underground Railroad research initiative. She was given the additional responsibility of the Cemetery Registry, the Historic Theater Initiative, and public outreach.

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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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  • 8 Is Not Great

    Renee Harlor, Founder, Big Elm Business Solutions

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Business

    When was the last time you couldn't wait to tell your friend all about your average experience? Customer service can cost you thousands of dollars or it can earn you more market share. Your clients, customers and guests don't remember average. They do remember awful and awesome. Most companies can't afford to employee a full time trainer, the problem, is most companies can't afford NOT to have a trainer. We break down the numbers when it comes to customer service in a fun and enlightening way. Average will cost you!
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  • Is Your Financial Advisor a Crook?

    Greg Wright, Certified Fraud Examiner, Assoc. of Certified Fraud Examineers

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Educational

    Find out if your advisor has had his licenses suspended, revoked, had multiple consumer complaints or been charged by a regulator. The advisor may have hidden this part of his background from you. Learn how to use free internet sites when conducting a background check on financial advisors.

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  • Never Quit Climbing: Overcoming Life’s Seemingly Insurmountable Mountains

    Gary Sinclair, Director, Never Quit Climbing

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Motivational

    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.
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