If you want to:
- ENERGIZE your convention;
- EDUCATE your audience;
- EMPOWER your team.
Many people are told these days that their positive attitude will work wonders but exactly how do you have a positive attitude? Can you plan ahead for times when you feel frustrated, tired, depressed and bored?
- Whether you're working hard to provide for your family, trying to get a strategy or you just want to feel more energy, there are things you can do to change how you think.
- When I was told that my daughter was about to die and that I would only live five years, I was devastated. It was hard to think straight and concentrate, yet I had to be at my best. Then someone told me to "think positive" - I didn't know whether to laugh or cry! How could I possibly do that when my world was collapsing? Well, along the way I learned how to notice my negative thoughts and what to do about them. It was difficult but I had to do it for the sake of my family and to become strong: it was no time for excuses.
- Whether you work away from home, go to work thinking about problems, deal with terrible traffic, have health problems or your life is getting boring or getting you down... learn to notice your negative thinking and your bored attitude and be your own best friend!
These are simple tricks that anyone can learn but will result in you becoming stronger and more effective in every part of your life.
Your Attitude Pays!
Contact Denise Becker at:Tel: 250-870-1714 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
"I have had the pleasure of hearing Denise Becker speak on several different occasions. She is unfailingly clear, cogent, moving and motivating when she speaks...every time I've heard her -- fully resonant among her audience."
~ Ross Harvey, Executive Director, Positive Living Society of BC
"Denise's humour and upbeat attitude showed us that words like "happiness" and "passion" can be part of every long-term success strategy."
~ Kirk Walker, CEO, Zesti Media
"Denise speaks courageously of things most intimate and difficult, from her own experience,giving generously of herself to further understanding in others."
~ Richard Elliott, Executive Director, Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network