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  • Uncovering that Best Version of Yourself

    Dave Friedman, Coach Dave 4 You

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Motivational

    Dave has created a 4-Step Process to guide individuals to identify and bring out this most authentic and best version of themselves. When we convoker our inner wisdom and live as our best self, life is easier not only for us, but for everyone and everything we are involved with.

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  • Be The Bubble

    Bradley Silbrman, Bradley Dean

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Self Improvement

    To Be The Bubble - a powerful toolkit that literally transforms your life. Brad’s hard-won life lessons are carefully distilled into talks, workshops, books, and courses. Experience a mind-shift or altered state of alignment by: Acknowledging what you have been through, why you are here and how to break free. Using your hardhsips / mistakes / failures and what what you are holding onto. Activate your individual unique light, and live your best life with complete happiness and success. MORE >

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  • Personal Development – How to become who you are supposed to be

    Benjamin Schnau, Sales & Business Coach, Splunk & Nasdaq

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Motivational

    In this speech Benjamin explains the four key elements of personal development that needs to be combined to live up to everyone's fullest potential. The process of discovery and improvement turning it into a life changing transformation.

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  • Sales and Business Development – How do you grow your business from scratch

    Benjamin Schnau, Sales & Business Coach, Splunk & Nasdaq

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Business

    Benjamin's sales and business methodology to increase sales and customer satisfaction. Based on his profound knowledge in the film- and business world working as a sales and business developer for companies like Splunk and Nasdaq, he created the W-A-L-K Method™, a specialized method that identifies and develops personal attributes to unlock people's belief system plus giving them the necessary essential tools to thrive in life and any career desired. MORE >

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  • Diamonds Are A Girl’s Best Friend

    Carol Shafer, Retired GIA Jeweler, Carol Shafer Fine Jewelry

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Educational

    Learn about diamond mining and gain valuable information about maintenance of diamonds and gold. Most fine jewelry sales are just that...selling. Carol contributes much more by teaching how to keep the luster and beauty of jewelry for years to come. The song "Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend" has a double entendre for Carol as she was also a Marilyn Monroe impersonator for twenty years. MORE >

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  • The Secret Disciplines of Highly-Successful Visionaries

    Jesse Mogle, NLP Trainer, Podcaster, All The Way Up

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Business

    Discover how visionaries, trail blazers, and entrepreneurs create their businesses and turn their ideas into reality. In this talk you will learn how to uncover your brain’s hidden potential, the power of simplification for all processes and how to discover your own unique “fingerprint” strategy.

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  • Why The Entrepreneur Brain Craves Simple Habits

    Jesse Mogle, NLP Trainer, Podcaster, All The Way Up

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Business

    In this talk you will learn how to uncover your mind’s “flow” state, grow businesses through strategic rest, completely eliminate drama and burnout, and destroy the work/life balance myth. Learn how to create more time, get more done, and make more money.

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  • The “PULL” Keynote

    Keith Chambers, President, The Chambers Group

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Business

    Working with the demands of America's Fortune 500 brands, Keith developed a process of creating selling propositions that are so accurately targeted to consumers that they automatically trigger the consumer to make the purchase decision. That kind of marketing until now has been exclusive to corporate America. Knowing his process was also perfect for entrepreneurs, Keith wrote his critically acclaimed book Pull: Marketing Secrets The Fortune 100 Use. MORE >

    More recently, in keeping with the spirit of the book, Keith has created the Pull Keynote, where he shares exactly how he develops the eight elements of your brand's sales message. Your sales message is your pitch, and it's made up of the words and graphics your customer sees. It may be exposed on a website, a storefront, a brochure, a billboard, a consumer package, or any other point where consumers encounter your brand's message. In the Pull Keynote, attendees rethink their critical sales message directly with Keith, and the reward is more conversions. It is high-profile, new-age marketing at its very best, and the attendees will love it.
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  • Creating a Dramatic Truth That Resonates With Audiences

    Bill Johnson, Bill Johnson Script Consulting

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Educational

    The underlying dynamic of a story is that it creates a quality of movement that transports an audience toward the fulfillment of a story’s promise; that because a story’s promise arises from an issue of human need being resolved and fulfilled, a story’s audience is led to feel invested in a story’s outcome. Characters in a story ring true because they have a role to play in fulfilling a story’s promise. MORE >

    When a story character embodies a dramatic truth, that character feels compelled to resolve a particular issue of human need. So a character who embodies a dramatic truth suggests to a story’s audience a sense of purpose. A character who fails to embody a dramatic truth risks coming across as a collection of details.
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  • Creating Narrative Tension

    Bill Johnson, Bill Johnson Script Consulting

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Educational

    The concept of narrative tension goes to the heart of what a storyteller creates to draw in and maintain a hold on the attention of an audience. When a story's audience is drawn in to feel tension over the course and outcome of a story, that audience will feel a need to experience the relief offered by a story’s resolution and fulfillment. MORE >

    To heighten a story’s narrative tension, a well-designed plot creates growing obstacles to how a situation that revolves around an issue of human need will be resolved. Hence the emotional investment -- and ultimately, the relief -- of the audience grows. Conversely, if the characters in a story don’t feel a tension that drives their actions to overcome obstacles to resolve what's at stake in a story-- to find true love in a romantic story, for example -- why should the audience feel a sense of tension over the story’s outcome?

    A script that lacks narrative tension risks becoming a sterile accounting of events.

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