Jen Croneberger

Jen Croneberger

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Because we aren't meant to do this alone...

Best of 2015, 2016, 2017 The 1 Motivational Speaker in The Philadelphia and D.C. Regions Success is in how we show up. Showing up as your best self, building stronger relationships from the inside out, leadership principles like no other.

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Travels from Philadelphia, PA (US)

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Jen Croneberger
Jen Croneberger - Motivational Speaker

JLynne Consulting Group, LLC

Because we aren't meant to do this alone...

*Best of 2015, 2016, & 2017: The #1 Motivational Speaker in The Philadelphia and D.C. Regions* Success is in how we show up. Showing up as your best self, building stronger relationships from the inside out, & leadership principles like no other.

Fee Range: Available Upon Request
Travels from Philadelphia, PA

Jen Croneberger - Motivational Speaker

Jen Croneberger

JLynne Consulting Group, LLC

Because we aren't meant to do this alone...

*Best of 2015, 2016, & 2017: The #1 Motivational Speaker in The Philadelphia and D.C. Regions* Success is in how we show up. Showing up as your best self, building stronger relationships from the inside out, & leadership principles like no other.

Fee Range: Available Upon Request
Travels from: Philadelphia, PA

For more information about booking Jen Croneberger,
Visit http://www.speakermatch.com/profile/JenCroneberger/
Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Blog Postings

Three rules for my legacy

Be Honest. Be Grateful. Be Present.   When I was a kid, I was told to always tell the truth even if it was hard. My mom made me understand that sentiment very quickly. I remember not telling the truth about doing a chore and she helped me to understand that if I lie, it […] The post Three rules for my legacy appeared first on The Five Words. ...

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I’ve Got your Back…Regardless

I have been on the road a lot lately, logging miles like it’s my job. I am no stranger to a 5-hour drive, 2-3 hours of work, and a 5-hour drive back home. Even leaving at 10am to return at 3am the next morning isn’t odd anymore. Why? Well, let’s just say it’s a five […] The post I’ve Got your Back…Regardless appeared first on The Five Words. ...

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Resilience in the face of…

Resilience is defined as the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties. It’s how tough we are when we face obstacles. It’s in our DNA. We all do it differently. We bounce back. We fall down. We bounce back again. And for some it doesn’t matter how many times they fall down. They will continue to […] The post Resilience in the face of… appeared first on The Five Words. ...

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No Quit in the Dugout

I was standing in my kitchen cutting leftover chicken off the carcass to make chicken salad. It was quiet. My kitchen door was open and all I could hear was the gentle wind blowing my mom’s wind chimes ever so lightly. Small dinging sounds that were angelic. Probably because the silence was so loud. I […] The post No Quit in the Dugout appeared first on The Five Words. ...

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The Beauty in the Imperfect

At times, I spent my life as a perfectionist. Often talking about how I wouldn’t do things if I didn’t know I could do them well. I would rather just “sit it out” or pretend I didn’t want to play. It took me most of my adult life to write my book. I was afraid […] The post The Beauty in the Imperfect appeared first on The Five Words. ...

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When Words Create a Movement

The rally of others behind a simple feeling of self-doubt and unworthiness is part of what makes our humanity so beautiful to participate in. I have watched young athletes for years do this personally. I have taught them how to change the words internally, how to re-write and re-wire, how to refocus on the positive […] The post When Words Create a Movement appeared first on The Five Words. ...

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The Birth of a Possibility

For the last 7 years I have been writing a blog on Christmas Eve. Usually by the lights of the tree, with a glass of sherry, and Christmas music playing in the background just loud enough to hear it but not enough to distract my thoughts. It is 3:03 Christmas morning but I couldn’t lay […] The post The Birth of a Possibility appeared first on The Five Words. ...

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The Anatomy of a Champion

Two legs, one arm. Two arms, one leg. A broken collarbone, a sprained knee, a ruptured Achilles, and sore heel. Blind, deaf, mute… Brain injury, cancer, paralyzed. Champions don’t all look or feel the same. They don’t all walk the same path or wear the same medals or hoist the same trophies. They don’t all […] The post The Anatomy of a Champion appeared first on The Five Words. ...

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This I Know is True

Four years ago this weekend, I spent a cold morning volunteering at the Philadelphia Marathon. I was stationed at the finish line to hand out Mylar blankets to the finishers. I was in awe at what these people accomplished. “I would NEVER be able to run any of that… that’s just amazing.” I watched triumphs […] The post This I Know is True appeared first on The Five Words. ...

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Recovering After Injury: The Truth.

Every athlete I have ever spoken with has talked to me about some kind of an injury at some point in their lives and careers. Even if it was a simple tweak or soreness after a really hard workout, there was some kind of fear that presented itself afterward that caused trepidation and pause. It’s […] The post Recovering After Injury: The Truth. appeared first on The Five Words. ...

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