Keynotes and Speaking
Imagine a room full of stressed out people at the opening of your conference coming together in a moment of peace. Imagine this moment extending into a shared journey where the formerly stressed out people forget about everything they had to do to arrive at the event or thought they needed to be doing other than being right where they are. Feel them settling into a collective “aah…” and letting out a collective belly laugh, ready to learn and share with their peers for the duration of the conference. And, imagine attendees at the end of your conference leaving with inspiration, deep relaxation and a heightened sense of well-being, along with the tools to integrate this into their professional and personal lives.
In alignment with my training philosophy and approach, my presentations are experiential and interactive. I believe that greater success and happiness occurs when individuals have skills that allow them to center, connect more deeply with themselves and others, and focus on the present moment.
I use stories and examples from my own life and from the lives of those I’ve worked with around the world, to help guide and invite audience members into an experience and discovery of their own inner resources for well-being and growth. Participants leave inspired, with tools and practices to use and share with others.
Below is a video with excerpts from a keynote address in Washington State at the Fort Worden Early Education Conference.