Jean Baugh Krisle

Jean Baugh Krisle

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If there's a straight path to success, I missed it.

Business Owner, Speaker, Consultant

Fee Range: $2,500 - $5,000
Travels from Salt Lake City, UT (US)

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Jean Baugh Krisle
Jean Krisle - Motivational Speaker

THE RESOURCE TANK

If there's a straight path to success, I missed it.

Business Owner, Speaker, Consultant

Fee Range: $2,500 - $5,000
Travels from Salt Lake City, UT

Affiliations:
  • The National Speakers Association
Jean Baugh Krisle - Motivational Speaker

Jean Baugh Krisle

THE RESOURCE TANK

If there's a straight path to success, I missed it.

Business Owner, Speaker, Consultant

Fee Range: $2,500 - $5,000
Travels from: Salt Lake City, UT

Affiliations:
  • The National Speakers Association

For more information about booking Jean Baugh Krisle,
Visit http://www.speakermatch.com/profile/JeanBaughKrisle/
Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Blog Postings

Anything Is Possible

Who knew that I would transition from nonprofit consultant to nonprofit founder? Who knew that I would enter the addiction recovery industry, wide-eyed and naive, and that it would become my passion? Who knew that in my late-50s I would take an unexpected very sharp turn to the left and change my career path completely? […]...

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There Comes A Time

There comes a time when we all need to look at our lives and simplify. For me, that time is now. The Resource Tank has been my bread and butter for many years. It launched my speaking career, connected me with clients, and provided me a respected base to call my “business home”. I will forever […]...

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BREAK!

We all need a break at one time or another. Today I needed a break so badly I had to remove myself from any proximity to technology: computer was powered down, iPhone was turned off and left at home. And I couldn’t get into my little guacamole-colored Subaru fast enough. Thankfully I am mature enough […]...

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April Fools Day, Tony the Tiger, and Goalsetting

It is a quiet spring morning that began with a bowl of sugar frosted flakes. As I sat on the patio earlier today and enjoyed the fresh air, I was calm, mellow even. The day ahead loomed bright and productive. Nothing could break my positive mood. Unless that nothing snuck up on my subconscience mind […]...

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New Year, New Me, New You

It’s almost Valentine’s Day and this post is about the new year. Someone is late (imagine me pointing my finger at myself). Life certainly can be entertaining, can’t it? 2014 ended and 2015 started and I am just catching up. I am too old for the hamster wheel I’ve been on for the past 90 […]...

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LBD Meets Coworkers: 10 Tips on Surviving the Office Holiday Party

We’ve all been there. The dreaded company holiday party. Where Judy (think tailored beige suits and no makeup) suddenly transforms at the part-AY into Jud-AY in a very LBD (little black dress), 4 inch stilettos, 1-inch eyelashes, and sparkling foundation, and where Paul (think office nerd with horn-rimmed glasses) shows up in a beautifully tailored European suit with slicked […]...

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The Attitude of Gratitude

Life doesn’t always make us want to say “thank you.” We have ups and downs, successes and failures. And sometimes things happen that simply don’t make any sense at all. I’ve just experienced something like this. And after a week or so of shaking my head and wondering, as the transition plan from one assignment […]...

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Manager or Leader?

Are you a manager or a leader? There are numerous articles to be found on this topic. One I liked (maybe because of the fun graphic) can be found here. To me, it’s simple: Leaders serve. They are about mission, team, and shared collaborative success. Managers manage. They are about tasks, control, and results. Read […]...

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Is Leadership in Your DNA?

I remember my mother telling me that I was a born leader. As the firstborn of three, I absolutely gained all the beneficial (and off-putting) traits of the oldest child. This 2013 article lists these enviable (?) traits very creatively. And all I can say is “Guilty as described”. Just ask my younger sis. Leadership […]...

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Lao Tzu Had It Right