In this presentation, "Developing Mental Muscle", e4e partner Mary Kutheis provides insight on how to train your brain through meditation.
Lisa Oxenhandler presents "Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance"
John Brandvein presents "Making Time For What's Important"
Les Landes presents "Juggling your business and life balance?".
In this presentation called, "Applying Customer Service To Everyday Living?", e4e partner Ann Prenatt asks: What can we learn by exploring customer service experiences? Our own and those we create for our customers? How can we apply that to other aspects of our lives?
In this presentation called, "The Procrastination Paradox", e4e partner Mary Kutheis shares tips to think in a new way about the often confounding challenge and strategies to get yourself in control and back on track.
In this presentation called, "Non-Negotiables," e4e partner Cathy Sexton explains how we can set non-negotiable rules for our personal and professional lives. She tells us how we use our beliefs and values to make these rules that we can live by.
In this presentation called, "Happy Detours," e4e partner Karen Fox tells her life journey and focuses on times in her life when she had to make life changing decisions. She explains that even unexpected life events and stressful situations can lead to positive outcomes.
In this presentation called "How Setting One Goal Rocked My World," e4e partner John Eyres describes how setting a single goal for his exercise routine changed his life. He discusses the importance of consistency and perseverance, and explains the value of pushing yourself to do something uncomfortable.
In this presentation called "Using Your Brain & Heart to Kick Butt," e4e partner Mary Kuthies explains the different aspects of emotional intelligence (EQ), how it relates to your success and how you can work to improve it.
In this presentation called "Living with an Attitude of Gratitude," e4e partner Andy Magnus discusses the importance of being thankful for what we have and how that affects our well-being. He explains how we can create our own positive habits and learn to receive gratitude from others.
In this presentation called "Don’t Divorce Your Past - Embrace It," e4e partner Karen Fox describes her experience with overcoming a professional tragedy and how she learned to move forward. She explains how these types of life events can impact our identity and the importance of re-creating positive self perceptions.
In this presentation called "Calm Amidst Chaos," e4e partner Dale Furtwengler lays out a seven step process for dealing with stressful situations. He explains how he sets aside unhelpful emotions and the techniques he uses to find the core issues and the best solutions as quickly as possible.
In this presentation called "Eliminating the Guilt & Taking Time for Me," e4e partner Lori St. Clair leads a discussion about the guilt that arises from an unhealthy life/work balance. She explains where stress comes from, how it grows and offers advice for maintaining your mental health as a busy professional.
In this presentation called "Creating a Miracle Life," e4e partner Richard Terry talks about the three things that helped better his life in the past three years. He offers advise on how to reduce stress, increase positivity and extends a challenge to make a positive change in your life.
In this presentation called "Are You Living Your Best Story?," e4e partners Bill Prenatt & Glenda Woolley discuss the personal and professional benefits of "intentional living". The discussion is designed to help develop the motivated self-awareness and positive mindset necessary for living your best life.
In this presentation called "5 Points of Wellness," e4e partner Dr. Dan Fazio explains some of the core principles of leading a healthy and fulfilling life. He distills the concepts into five key points and weighs the importance each.
In this presentation, culture change expert Judy Ryan presents on the transformation process for fostering free and contributing human beings. She offers key points that may challenge the status quo and offer a new perspective for supporting greatness in self and others.
In "Destination: Simplicity," e4e partner Dale Furtwengler describes a two step process for breaking down seemingly complex problems. His presentation will teach you how to quickly discover the heart of the issues you face.
In this presentation called "Conquering the Challenges," e4e partner Cathy Sexton share's some of the personal challenges she has faced and how she has manged to overcome them to manage her business and life. The key is your mindset.
Things are rarely as bad as they seem.
More importantly, sometimes the win is in the push.
What do you need when your life is spinning out of control?
Sales expert and performance leader Bill Prenatt opens his presentation with the question “Have you had times when your life was spinning out of control?” He offers his own traumatic life experiences. He describes about how life can sometimes smack us in the face and what’s more important is how we react to what’s happening. Key points in this presentation include:
- How to move from reaction to responding so you manage challenges effectively
- Naming the seven elements of a negative spiral so you can take four steps to take charge of any situation and shorten the amount of time to be in a negative spiral
- Moving from denial to acceptance and improvement
- The question “What’s next?” helps you take charge
- See setbacks as temporary and move forward
- We can’t always see other options when we are in a negative spiral
- Things are almost never as bad as they seem
- The positive and negative balance in our lives
- Gratitude and forgiveness can get us through hard times
- We can either be a victim or a victor in difficult circumstances
- How to learn from our challenges and mistakes
- Adaptiveness and resiliency are key to overcoming challenges
Sales and leadership expert Bill Prenatt concludes this inspiring talk sharing about the death of his son. He invites his audience to develop tools to cope with challenges and consider your responses to them so you are more resilient in moving forward when tough times arise, which will because they are simply a part of life.
Bill Prenatt is CEO of Simply Successful and Executive Director of e4e. If you are interested in learning more about the art and science of taking control of your life, contact Bill at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What's the best thing that's happened? Appreciative inquiry is like enjoying flowers rather than despising weeds in the garden of life.
Einstein says we either live our life as though nothing is a miracle or as though everything is a miracle.
Dale Furtwengler, author and pricing strategist focuses on a life-changing topic to enable all the viewers to experience extraordinary success by learning how to stay connected to the universe whether you focus on this from a scientific, psychological or spiritual viewpoint. He provides tips so each participant can live more often from a place of joy and ease.