Depression has hit my life. I don't personally experience it, other than the occasional glum mood. Yet, like most people, I have friends and family members who pop pills in hopes of normalizing their moods.
On November 21, 2013 I was a humorous motivational speaker for the Louisiana Transit Authority at the Hyatt Regency on Loyola Ave.
A stunning new facility that suggests a vibrant, upscale, modern vibe.
Unfortunately, the meeting space itself left a lot to be desired. Situated in the bottom floor of the convention space, our meeting took place in the Elite room. Essentially it was a large exhibit space, with one area slightly altered to make it into a cosier meeting space.
These alteration included curtains, dividing walls and some warm spotlights pointing to the stage.
Stress is alive and well! Stress lives in your interpretation of what happens, not the stress itself. If you can change how you react to stress, then you can change your life.
Last week after a motivational talk, a delegate asked me to provide him with a basic outline for a stress management workshop. He is charged with doing a stress management workshop for his staff to replace a guest speaker and doesn't know where to start.
On June 9, 2012, I was an inspirational speaker for the Vitalize 2012 Provincial Voluntary Sector Conference in Calgary, Alberta.
The workplace bullying institute reports that over 40 percent of bullies in the workplace are women. Interestingly, women target other women in conflict over 70 % of the time.
I was recently an inspirational speaker at a healthcare conference. The other Canadian keynote speaker was funny man, Brent Butt - former star of Corner Gas.