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  • The Art of Not Being Defeated

    Troy Sandidge, Social Media Jedi | Global Speaker | Storyteller

    Life is difficult. Our lives are constantly "under construction" and so are our goals and dreams. What happens when life throws you a curve ball you didn't expect? What do you do when it feels like all is lost and you want to give up? This session tackles the reality and fear of defeat. MORE >

    Takeaways:
    - How to deal with life-altering situations
    - Strategies on how to dig-deep and make something happen despite obstacles
    - Q and A on personal techniques that helped me get back on my feet

    ** Session can be customized to be more Faith-based or Motivational-Based

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  • Imagine the Possibilities

    Tinamarie Hernandez, Executive Director, Diveheart

    Discover Diveheart and how we use Scuba Therapy to help people with disabilities "Imagine the Possibilities" in their lives. Hear inspirational stories of courage, hope and healing.

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  • Vision – See Yourself There “Before” You Get There!

    Cherise N Ragland, Producer, Actress, Public Speaker, Author

    Cherise Nicole speaks from a chapter in her book, "You Can Soar" on Vision! Vision is the faculty or state of being able to see. Cherise encourages participants to get a vision for their future. Without vision you can't see where you're going. When you receive a vision and idea, or a dream, it's BIGGER than you! It's for the betterment of others you're being entrusted to care for it and nurture it just like a baby. Her motto is, if you can "see" it, you truly can achieve it! MORE >

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  • You don’t have to be beaten black or blue to be a victim of Domestic Violence

    Quanna Brown

    My Story, My Turth. Many people that are in relationships don’t even know they are victims of Domestic Violence. I was in many relationship for years and was a victim of Domestic Violence, and once I decided to tell someone, it was too late. I believe that there are over 90% of people that believe that you have to be physically abused, to be a victim of Domestic Violence. Domestic Violence come in many forms. I've been physically, mentally, emotionally, verbally, sexually and financially abused. My goal is to inform everyone; women, men, young, old, married and single about all the different types of Domestic Violence because you don’t have to be beaten black and blue to be a victim of Domestic Violence! MORE >

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  • Emotions Can Be A Trusted Guide and Helpful Friend

    Laura Lewis-Barr, Founder, Training 4 Breakthroughs

    Emotions are a form of intelligence that is 80K times faster than the “higher thinking” rational brain. Learning to understand and manage our emotions means that we can utilize this form of intelligence to make better decisions, and manage our work and relationships so that we are happier, healthier, and more productive. Learn scientifically proven ways to manage your emotions and how to better understand their power and purpose. MORE >

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  • You Are What You Think! P.O.W.E.R. Strategies to Overcome Negative Thinking

    Cassandra Lee, President / CEO, SSANEE Training & Consulting Group, Inc.

    In “You Are What You Think! P.O.W.E.R. Strategies to Overcome Negative Thinking,” Cassandra “D.I.V.A. of Dialog™” Lee will share with you details about the mind and how it works. She’ll also provide you with insight on the process of thinking. Furthermore, she’ll teach you five (5) practical P.O.W.E.R. strategies to help you shift your thinking from negative to productive. MORE >

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  • You Can Still Win, It’s Your Choice

    Will (William) Ramey, President, ABBA Teaching Institute

    Here’s the good news… You are closer than you think to making better choices. No matter your current position, you can become the driving force behind lasting change. You can be the catalyst who ignites innovation, inspires action, and initiates new possibilities. MORE >

    Shawn discussions the choices that we make and the ripple effect our choices cause in professional and personal lives with family, friends and colleagues. A number of examples of are used from the author's professional and personal life as illustrations of some excellent choices and really bad decisions made.
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  • Get your “BUT” out of the way!

    Robb Hill, Founder/President, R Hill Enterprises Inc

    We all have those awesome thoughts dripping with possibility, we get a smile on our face and consider how nice it would be then, out of nowhere comes "BUT". The whole show stops when the "BUT" gets in the way. The thinking then turns to all the reasons why we "CAN'T" realize the vision that we were given. We must not let what we can't do get in the way of what we can do. For me this has made all the difference. There was a time in my life when it seemed that failure was following me around however, that was not the case, you see; I was following failure around. I was being mis-informed by mis-informed people. This realization has made all the difference in my life. MORE >

    Association

    I spent a lot of time in bad company;

    I thought it was with friends, but they were robbing me;

    By choice so many times I let them, steal my day;

    I was robbing them too, in exactly the same way;

    As I’ve grown older with the passage of time;

    And the ladder of success, I started to climb;

    And oh how I wanted my friends to go;

    In the midst of their comfort, to life they said no;

    I started reading books, I found myself inside the zone;

    Anything worthwhile is never accomplished alone;

    This statement spoke volumes and resonated in my head;

    For in order to lead, you must first be led;

    With the law of association at the forefront of my mind,

    My past associations, I had to leave them all behind;

    To seek out those that shared my desire;

    For achievement in life that was several levels higher;

    For life is lived on levels and arrived at in stages;

    A simple fact that I learned, cause I kept turning pages;

    As I write these words, to the past that I look;

    My very first mentor was in the form of a book;

    His name is David Schwartz and doctor is his gig;

    He spoke to me through the pages of, The Magic of Thinking Big.

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  • Awaken: How to Motivate the Unmotivated

    Susan Neustrom, Ed.D., Life, Leadership Coach, Author, Speaker, Educator, Leading to Action

    Are you struggling with trying to motivate and inspire your team, employees, clients, or even yourself? Encouraging an unmotivated individual is a challenge and regardless of the reward, nothing seems to work. Based on years of experience working with challenging populations - jail inmates, the homeless, people living with developmental disabilities, Dr.Susan Neustrom teaches you how to motivate and inspire even the most unmotivated by sharing five new ideas for awakening, igniting, and maintaining self-motivation for long term success. MORE >

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