In this presentation called, “I Just Want To Be Happy”, e4e partner Gail Moran discusses the title phrase. An often heard phrase, but what does it mean? More importantly, what does it mean to you? And how often are you experiencing happiness?

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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?

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In this presentation called, “Juggling Act”, e4e partner Cathy Sexton will tell you how to discover the secrets to keeping all the balls in the air without becoming a workaholic. Running your business doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice the joy of everyday living.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Things are rarely as bad as they seem. More importantly, sometimes the win is in the push. Business and brand strategist Steve Smart asserts the most important business and marketing tool is the one between our ears. He inspires others by expressing the importance and priority in noticing how we think and feel and understanding…

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Seek not only quantity of life, but quality of life too.     Dr. Dan Fazio is a wellness chiropractor and expert in helping people holistically improve their quality of life. He puts fun back into functional and longevity medicine, exploring the following points: Wellness can be easy with simple goals and follow-through Maintaining a quality mindset is key…

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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. Workplace culture expert Judy Ryan opens her presentation asserting that we each create energy…

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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…

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According to Mayo clinic and John Hopkins University, unrelenting stress harms our bodies. We all know that, yet we let it continue each day. Have you ever heard the saying, “Slow down, stop and smell the roses? “ This was something I always heard from my mother-in-law at every visit for over twenty years. I…

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The job of a good leader is to help a person become responsible by transferring responsibility to them so they live their purpose. As a child deeply in love with nature, living on the edge of a park, and the fifth of six children, I knew a lot about chaos, the beautiful, free, creative and…

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Specializing in spiritual growth, successful business owner and leader Larry Lukens provides practical tips for overcoming adversity and using it to grow. He shares the following wisdom to help us: Expect and find value in adversity, which comes to all of us Remain peaceful when dreams turn into nightmares Draw upon faith for healing and…

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We all have the same amount of time every day. We choose to invest it, or waste it. “Everything in our lives, all of our pursuits, should be founded upon our answer to the question why—why we exist, followed by why we do what we do.” – Todd Gongwer- Lead…..For God’s Sake Why do we…

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Our family had suffered through life changing sicknesses, financial issues, family member addiction, and loss of our baby. Then twelve years later on December 17, 1997, our 16-year old son was killed in a car accident. Until the time we lost Landon in the accident, I faced life’s challenges with an awareness of God, but…

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“The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.”  Martin Luther King Jr. (1929-1968) I was raised by two hardworking and loving parents who taught me I could be anything I wanted. In 1974, fate led me…

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