Dale Furtwengler presents "Gaining Trust INSTANTLY".
John Brandvein presents "Making Time For What's Important"
In this presentation called, "From Relationships to Community", e4e partner Bill Prenatt shares how discovering a passion for building relationships and growing businesses helped Bill Prenatt create e4e, a like-minded community…and how you can use his process in growing your own expert community and unique support system..
In this presentation called, "Develop Your Strategy To Keep In Touch," e4e partner Karen Hoffman discusses things that we can do to help us remember and keep in touch with the other people we meet every day using some simple methods.
In his presentation, Brian Lunt gives examples of methods we can use to better understand what those around us are really saying and use it to more effectively be a leader.
In this presentation called, "The Path to Personal Relationships," e4e partner Karen Hoffman tells the group about the benefits of knowing and building relationships with media influencers. We learn how by helping them and helping others, they can help us.
In this presentation called "Baseball: A Metaphor for Business and Life," e4e partner Josh Levey describes his experience playing in the minor leagues and what it taught him about building a team. He explains his current team in business and life is largely made up of family members and life mentors, and offers advice on choosing the people who support you.
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.
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 email@example.com.
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.
Master connector, author and dream coach Karen Hoffman opens her presentation inviting the audience to consider the difference between a single transaction and a relationship that involves an ongoing set of transactions, monetary and otherwise.
Most of us think we are good communicators just because we do so much of it. Often we are failing miserably at it and need to understand important decisions and actions are needed to succeed.
Unique ability plus excellent teamwork equals success.