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  • Critical Tax Decisions That Will Impact Your Retirement

    Joseph A. Clark CFP, Managing Partner, The Financial Enhancement Group

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Financial

    During the 50 minute conversation Joe will guide you through the pitfalls and failing to understand how taxes work with retirement. "Markets go up and down but when you send a check to the IRS rarely is it returned!" This discussion will help you to better plan a strategy that gets the most out of your retirement by paying the IRS the right amount and at the right time. MORE >

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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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  • Cool Techniques To Reduce Stress: It’s Crucial To Remain Cool!

    Cindy Sams, Owner, Full-Body Fitness LLC

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Health & Fitness

    Life is hectic. It seems like we live in the 'flight or fight' zone all the time. This zone however, wreaks havoc inside your body and will cause damage over an extended time. It has been known to lead to weight gains and other health issues. Learning how to get out of this zone is crucial to living healthfully. MORE >

    You will learn how to cope with daily stress better. Ultimately, learning these techniques and becoming familiar with them will help EVERYONE around you. Because here's the thing, when you're freaking out, realize that those around you notice... and might be freaking out as well! So let's cool those jets and reduce that stress!

    Breathing, movement, thoughts and yes, what you are eating during your day are all connected to the flight or fight zone you may be living in. Time to get out and find some PEACE and WELLBEING.

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  • Top Mistakes People Make with Fat Loss, Exercise and Habit Change

    Kirsten Shaw, GM, IFAST Indianapolis Fitness and Sports Training

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Health & Fitness

    Most people know what they "should" do to get healthier: exercise, eat better, eat less. And yet most people have a hard time getting started, or sticking with their habits after the first few weeks. Why is that? In this talk, Jae Chung, a trainer at one of America's Top Ten Gyms, will show you why most people struggle with New Year's Resolutions and weight loss, and five simple things you can do to make lasting changes stick. MORE >

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  • Industrial Excellence – Don’t Let Pain & Sickness Rob your Company Blind

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

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Health & Fitness

    Administrators don’t know just how badly sickness and pain can steal money due to a decrease in productivity, even more surprising it’s when employees are present. We present ways to increase a team mentality to increase positivity in the work place as well as ways to improve health and wellness in the employee to decrease those number of sick days. MORE >

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  • Living Life’s Purpose

    Paul Lushin, President, Lushin and Associates

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Self Improvement

    In today’s world, we’re measured more by what we’re doing or have done than the life we’re living and the person we’re being. We focus more on a never ending to-do list than being purposeful and intentional in each moment of our life. In this interactive session, Paul Lushin discusses the shifts in mindset and daily behavior that you need to focus on and implement in order to live the truly purposeful life you were meant for. 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 Underground Railroad in Indiana

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

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Educational

    As enslaved Africans tried to gain their freedom, many decided that their only option was to run north into states that did not allow slavery or into Canada. Many slaves escaped with no assistance, but others were helped by participants of what has become known as the Underground Railroad (UGRR). The UGRR was most active in Indiana between 1830 and 1865. MORE >

    The UGRR was neither underground nor a railroad. The UGRR refers to the network of individuals and communities that helped fugitive slaves. Sometimes the assistance was spontaneous, other times highly organized. Because aiding an escaping slave was illegal, the activity was usually carried out in secret.

    UGRR participants were diverse. Blacks and whites, slaves and freed, men and women from the North and South helped those searching for freedom. Food, clothing, shelter, guidance, and protection from slave hunters were given at a risk to everyone involved.

    Every Indiana community has oral histories about those individuals who participated in the Underground Railroad (UGRR), but the nature of the network sometimes makes it difficult to find evidence to substantiate the stories. A statewide initiative, the Indiana Freedom Trails, is working to confirm and document sites that can be definitively linked to the UGRR. Every day, researchers comb the archives in small historical societies looking for information about Indiana’s involvement in the Underground Railroad.

    Jeannie R. Regan-Dinius, Director of Special Initiatives, will discuss Indiana’s role in the events, talk about documenting stories, and offer suggestions you can use in your county.

    Jeannie, Director of Special Initiatives, 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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  • Build, Buy or Franchise

    Mark A. Roger, Business Broker, FranNet MidAmerica | Indiana

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Business

    A practical guide to evaluating business concepts from an owners' perspective. Mark will discuss trending business strategies, hot concepts in today's marketplace, and evaluate the three strategies behind business start-ups. Highlights include: MORE >

    - understanding the strategies behind fundamental business models,
    - evaluating pertinent due diligence issues and business owners’ concerns,
    - identifying trending variations to traditional work environments,
    - exploring the teachings of Shark Tank and The Profit, and
    - discussing opportunities available for entrepreneurs in Indiana.
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