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7 Simple Steps to Motivate the Unmotivated.
You might think that there is nothing you can do to get that lazy (#-?_*%...) motivated but the truth is YES – there is something you can do. You can apply the universal law of Cause & Effect. When we change the environment we put new forces into action.
The real question is; how do we get people to motivate their self, or how do we motivate ourselves? The principles are the same rega... (MORE)
Stanley J. Reynolds * Edutainment Travels From Orlando, FL
Men and Women at Wrok
Men and Women are created equal, right? Wrong! Men and Women are equally valuable but the research demonstrates that we have very different ways we approach everything from speech and communication to demonstrating partnership. In this eye-opening presentation, audiences learn how to unlock their potential by understanding and honoring the distinctly different strengths of men and women. This live... (MORE)
Dr. Judith Wright Travels From Chicago, IL
How to Prepare Your Children for Success
The Educated Child - How to Prepare Your Children for Success is a road map for parents to ensure their children follow an intelligent curriculum whether it is offered in school or not. While the ABC's of typical school curriculum are covered additional topics such as time management, personal finance, values are covered as well. Even if you cannot teach your child about chemistry or some other ... (MORE)
Mike McCall Travels From Westchester County, NY
Science, Technology, Engineering & Math Education Partnerships
STEM schools are rapidly changing the landscape of American education--and it works! Three-way partnerships between STEM schools, industry, and universities are producing excitement in and out of the classrooms that can awaken American students' interest in STEM careers and global competition.
Dr. Virginia Rhodes makes her audience laugh, cry, and reflect as she describes tough schools... (MORE)
Dr. Virginia Rhodes Travels From Cincinnati, OH
Learn about the funny side of science and how to adopt humor to be a better storyteller: You don't have to be in science to gain value from this event
What did the bartender say to the neutron? What’s the difference between an introverted and an extraverted scientist? How do physicists exercise? The answers to these gut-wrenching queries and others will be examined as we delve into the humor of being a scientist, the humor of scientists, and the humor of science.
In this extremely boring, monotonous, time-wasting lecture, we will probe the... (MORE)
Alaina G. Levine Travels From Tucson, AZ
“how to” shift your emotional state and maintain a can-do attitude.
Neuroscience and music partner together to give you the answers to “how to” shift your emotional state and maintain a can-do attitude. Music therapist, Sally Bonkrude invites you on a musical journey to explore your inner beat and reclaim your “go-get-it energy”, plus your place of inner calm.
Once you've found your steady inner beat and you're feelin' good, it's time to disco... (MORE)
Sally Bonkrude Travels From Centennial, CO
360 degree growth
This program provides an inspirational overview of the possible areas of professional and personal growth so that attendees leave with actionable next steps to move their career and personal development forward. Veronica Sanford provides stories from her experience as an Electrical Engineer in the Defense Industry (TRW-StarWars and Litton, Guidance & Control-Cruise Missle System), 16 years as a s... (MORE)
Veronica Cummins Travels From Cincinnati, OH
Laugh More & Live Longer
Dr. Shelby-Lane's Prescription for Living Longer: “Laughter”
It's been said that laughter is the best medicine. As an alumnus of the University of Michigan School of Medicine and Second City School of Comedy, Dr. Shelby-Lane follows that advice, to spread a healthy dose of humor. Whether in her office or on stage, she shares stories, jokes, personal experiences, and practical strategies ... (MORE)
Shelby-Lane, MD Travels From Detroit, MI
The Science Behind Our Favorite Toys
Tim Walsh toys with science and along the way, shares fascinating facts behind our favorite playthings, including: How chemistry makes Crayola crayons waxy, Play-Doh mushy, Silly Putty stretchy, Super Balls bouncy, Lionel trains smoky and Nerf balls spongy. How Gravity makes Jenga, Kerplunk and Slinky work! The Biology of Ant Farms, Sea Monkeys, and Magic Rocks. The Electricity in Lionel trains, t... (MORE)
Mr. Tim Walsh Travels From Sarasota, FL