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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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  • 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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  • 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 three components of self-defense.

    Clint Cloys, Owner & Instructor, Circle City Safety

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Self Improvement

    When you think about self defense, you need to approach it from a military or police mindset. That means, your defenses need to be in place before the need occurs. If you think about the modern military or even medieval military, the castle, the walls, moats, forts, bunkers, etc. were all put into place before any attack occurred. MORE >

    They put these measures in place in anticipation of a possible attack. If they waited for the first shots to be fired and the approach of the enemy, it would be way too late. Same with police officers - their bullet proof vests are designed to defend them from gun fire. However, the officer must put the vest on before he or she goes out on patrol. If they wait until a gun is drawn on them, again it is way too late. This is the mindset that you need to have when you think about your own defense.
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  • Electronic Home Invasion

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

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Educational

    PROTECTING YOURSELF AGAINST IDENTITY THEFT
    This is one of Greg's most popular courses. An insurance agent stole 3,000 Identities of Indianapolis area professionals. Greg tracked this fraudster from youth to the fraud, to discovery, to prison and his post-prison life. He interviewed the fraudster while in prison, after his release from prison, his victims, the law enforcement officers that tracked him down, and his former wife. From this case study and the latest information, learn how to protect yourself from financial identity theft. One-third of Social Security numbers are being used by two or more persons.
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  • HISTORICAL EVENTS LEADING UP TO THE EXODUS

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

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Educational

    In the book, 1177 BC: The Year Civilization Collapsed, the world of the Bronze Age came to an abrupt end. Kingdoms fell like dominoes. No more Minoans, or Mycenaeans, or Trojans, or Hittites, or Babylonians. These cultures suddenly ceased to exist. These events help us understand Joseph being sold by his brothers and the Exodus.

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  • How To Make Sure Your Business Produces the Personal Outcomes You Want

    Roger Engelau, Certified Business Coach and Owner, Inspire Results Business Advising

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Business

    Looking out 5, 10, 20 years, what kind of life do you want to be living? What properties, businesses, cash, cars do you want to have? What hobbies, investments, donations, achievements, vacations? What will you want to be DOING? World travel, summers in your lakehouse, charity work, spending time with grandchildren, paying for their private school, spinning off 3 other businesses? MORE >

    In this presentation, Certified Business Coach Roger Engelau shows you how to align your business vision and strategies with your personal vision to insure that the business you’re building will produce your desired personal outcomes. This presentation can be customized to 20, 30, or 60 minutes and to your organization’s needs.
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  • Answering the Call: The Story of Grace on Wings

    Hal Blank, CEO / Chief Pilot, Grace on Wings, Inc

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Miscellaneous

    Grace on Wings, the only charity air ambulance in the United States, was founded in 2006 when a group of volunteers responded to God's call on their lives. Since then, the ministry has served 575 patients in crisis from a medical emergency throughout the United States. MORE >

    Grace On Wings is a non-profit public charity organization under IRS code 501(c)(3) that provides charity air ambulance services within the United States and is based out of the Indianapolis International Airport.

    Grace On Wings is a member of The Air Medical Physician Association (AMPA), The Association of Air Medical Services (AAMS), and The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA). Grace on Wings is certified by the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) commission.

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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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  • 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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