Life IQ - Neil Ihde

Life IQ - Neil Ihde

Life IQ

Life IQ, LLC - Live Intelligently!

Nationally recognized speaker delivering dynamic content to help groups and individuals work, play, relate and live intelligently. I've worked with over 20 Fortune 500 Companies

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Travels from Milwaukee, WI

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Life IQ - Neil Ihde
Neil Ihde - Motivational Speaker

Life IQ

Life IQ, LLC - Live Intelligently!

Nationally recognized speaker delivering dynamic content to help groups and individuals work, play, relate and live intelligently. I've worked with over 20 Fortune 500 Companies

Fee Range: Available Upon Request
Travels from Milwaukee, WI

Affiliations:
  • The National Speakers Association
Life IQ - Neil Ihde - Motivational Speaker

Life IQ - Neil Ihde

Life IQ

Life IQ, LLC - Live Intelligently!

Nationally recognized speaker delivering dynamic content to help groups and individuals work, play, relate and live intelligently. I've worked with over 20 Fortune 500 Companies

Fee Range: Available Upon Request
Travels from: Milwaukee, WI

Affiliations:
  • The National Speakers Association

For more information about booking Life IQ - Neil Ihde,
Visit http://www.speakermatch.com/profile/lifeiq/
Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

5 Decisions that Can Make or Break Your Life
Live Intelligently

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How does it feel to make a wrong decision? Well, at the time, it feels a lot like making the right decision. We don’t set out to consciously make bad decisions, but when we look back at some of the disastrous decisions we’ve made, we wonder how we could have been so far off in our appraisal. Each of us make hundreds of decisions a day...hit the snooze, what to wear, what to eat, each and every verbal and nonverbal response, etc. But there are some decisions that are different than others. There are some decisions that carry much different consequences, and yet we seem to treat some major life decisions with the same amount of thought we put into the question, “Paper or plastic?”