Linda Lattimore

Linda Lattimore

Linda Lattimore - Motivational Speaker

Calling all Solutionaries - You are the answer!

Architect for change, best selling author and international speaker. Seasoned executive helping clients gain loyal employees, customers, suppliers and investors through best in class social innovation programs that allow them to do good and do well

Fee Range: Varies
Travels from Austin, TX (US)

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Linda Lattimore
Linda Lattimore - Motivational Speaker

Calling all Solutionaries - You are the answer!

Architect for change, best selling author and international speaker. Seasoned executive helping clients gain loyal employees, customers, suppliers and investors through best in class social innovation programs that allow them to do good and do well

Fee Range: Varies
Travels from Austin, TX

Linda Lattimore - Motivational Speaker

Linda Lattimore

Calling all Solutionaries - You are the answer!

Architect for change, best selling author and international speaker. Seasoned executive helping clients gain loyal employees, customers, suppliers and investors through best in class social innovation programs that allow them to do good and do well

Fee Range: Varies
Travels from: Austin, TX

For more information about booking Linda Lattimore,
Visit https://www.speakermatch.com/profile/LindaLattimore/
Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Blog Postings

Ready to Launch!

It’s time, right? Not just to write down goals … or dream of possibilities … or feel the emptiness of an unfulfilling job or life … but time to actually DO something about it.It’s time to set something in motion, get something going, embark on an adventure, roll out of bed, shake off the sleepies and celebrate that you feel READY TO LAUNCH into 2019 doing it differently!I love the end of the calendar year as I peek into the possibilities of the next. It’s a great time for reflection and a...

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Hocus Pocus … or Focus?

I have a knack. Quite simply I have always been the gal that could take massive amounts of information and distill it down to something that made sense. This has held me in good stead as an attorney, CEO of a couple of businesses, founder of a nonprofit and now consulting and coaching changemakers creating amazing companies with a social impact.This is the time of year that you wish you could say “Abracadabra”, twitch your nose and watch the gifts be magically purchased and wrapped, the house...

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Are you in a turkey coma?

Every Thanksgiving, we gather with friends and family, cook large quantities of food, sit in front of big screens watching play after play in a tryptophan coma, and count our blessings. It feels good when we go around the table and express our thanks for the people and things that make our lives better. If we are lucky, it is a day we can turn the tangible outer rewards, reflected in the feast in front of us, to the inward rewards of friendship and family.We all know that being in a state of...

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People are talking about you …

It seems like yesterday that I was an awkward teen seeking the approval of my peers and worried about their chatter and impressions. I found quickly that to succeed in life you do need that measure of approval but as I’ve aged, I realize that I’m far more interested in finding a group of people I enjoy with the same values and interests as me. That includes friends and customers. Over time, I’ve realized that new acquaintances that become cherished friends are those that saw something in me that...

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I’m at my wit’s end …

Dear friends,I hurt today. I can’t put it any other way. And because you talk and write to me, I know you are hurting too.You hurt for the desperation and the madness of the cowards that physically hurt others in the dark of the night as they speak their truth, regardless of color, gender, religious preference or partisanship. And, you hurt for those that have the courage to take a position regardless of what side of the aisle they sit, in thankless seats, doing jobs few want. You hurt for the...

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Flexibility, Agility, Strength – Om

This morning I had my cup of expresso and scurried out the door to my Saturday morning yoga class. I cherish this Saturday ritual, a little bit of “me time” with people whose only agenda for that moment is mindfulness, their health and community with others. People don’t go to yoga to flex their opinions or say negative things. Rather, it is 90 minutes of respect, honoring everyone’s personal space and doing our level best to stay focused on our own pose and set our monkey mind aside.That is...

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Sometimes … Less is More!

Have you ever been to a restaurant with such a long menu that you were overwhelmed with choice? Somehow, you don’t feel as certain about the excellence of each and every item as you do when you go a restaurant specializing in just a handful of tantalizing dishes. You feel confident that this unique restaurant has mastered those recipes and will provide you a product and service that is different and exceptional. As Leonardo said, “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.”But, in this...

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Are you an activist … or a slacktivist?

There is no one more uninspiring than a wallflower, someone whose answer is always “whatever you want.” They may think that they are being solicitous or flexible but honestly, aren’t you irritated when you are always the person in charge of picking out the restaurants, figuring out something fun to do or, creating a defining moment at the office? In my mind, it’s pretty much a cop out!Lately, there is a growing number of people like me who are getting progressively turned off by the millions of...

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Were we so “conscious” that we were unconscious?

I recently spoke at the “Seneca Falls Revisited - Women’s Equality Weekend”. I was honored and excited to return to the place where the first step onto the journey for equal rights for women had started. It was humbling to go to the chapel where a group of brave women had first met as an organized group, just a few days after a thought-provoking tea. It would be 72 years later after gut wrenching work before the 19th Amendment was passed in 1920 giving us the right to vote - less than 100 years...

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A Pirouette or Two…

I went to five high schools in four years, the daughter of an American father whose job took us abroad for his business most of my childhood. It’s no secret that I’m comfortable in an international setting, foreign languages and mystery foods are second nature to me. And while it often seems exotic to some, others understand the gypsy in me and how my childhood continues to be reflected in my adulthood with each step that I take.Every day as I interact with others, I am reminded that I know no...

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