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"I want to be rich" "I want to be famous" "I dont want to work" "I want good food" "I want to travel." "I want kids, or more kids". "I want someone to share my life with"...the list goes on and on. Those are all admirable goals, but that's not what makes us happy. Happiness is more than a great bottle of wine, a fat bank account, or an exotic place. MORE >We come from all walks of life, have vastly different figures in our bank accounts, we come from different countries...we couldn't be more different! But yet, almost all of us would consider ourselves happy. Even people in war torn countries consider themselves happy.
Enjoyment is temporary, and so is discomfort. You can enjoy a great meal, or a ride on a scooter, a trip to a foreign land... Happiness isnt excitement, or enjoyment. Just because you really enjoyed that roller coaster of that glass of whiskey, doesn't mean you are happy. And Just because you aren't enjoying yourself in that particular moment, doesn't mean you are unhappy.Just because you dont enjoy your visit to the proctologist or gynecologist, doesn't mean you aren't happy.
Happiness is a deep abiding feeling...its visceral.Its a deep abiding feeling that you have. Its knowing that you are living your best life you can with the circumstances you have. It's knowing that you are cultivating the best relationships you can, that you are wanted and needed by the people you love.
Do you have a lot of contrast showing up in your life? What I mean by that is, do you have things in your life you do not want or like? That you would like to change but are unclear how? Are you focused on what it is you don’t like or don’t want, rather than what you do want or do like? You have a desire to have something different but need help getting clear on what it is? If so this is for you! MORE >For many of us, contrast shows up in our life and this is a good thing! This contrast helps us to know what it is we don't want. However, what you do about it is important. Do you stay stuck with what you don't want, don’t have, don’t like or do you do something about it? Do you get clarity on what it is that you do want and take the necessary actions to make what you want a reality?
This presentation is perfect for: Women who want to live long and healthy. They want to play with their great-grandchildren, want to travel the world or learn a new language. They want to live their life to the fullest and realize that they have to be healthy and energetic to do so. They feel it's never too late to start a new adventure and have an active lifestyle. MORE >Your audience will: Be inspired to create a bright future and to never use their age as an excuse to do whatever it is they are compelled to do. They will realize that they can be healthy and energetic no matter their age.
Even though the subject is quite serious I always incorporate a good dose of humor in my presentation therefore it qualifies as a real crowd pleaser.
"Thank you for your entertaining, informative, and inspiring talk at our meeting last night. I think you may have realized how engaged our participants were by your presentation. Aging is not an easy proposition, but I am sure that your enthusiasm and your beautiful ageless example made it a little easier for many of us last night. With much gratitude," Ellen Widoff - Vice President of Programming NCJW Arizona Section
Loving yourself is never easy; we are our own worst critics. To start loving yourself you must get back to the basics & that is getting to know who you are. How can a person grow if they don’t know what seeds to water or if they are letting others dictate who they are or who they are destined to become. MORE >A person must first take their life back, step out of the passenger seat & become the driver. Recognize that they are in control & take little steps to loving themselves & understanding who they are inside. Invest in yourself; the smallest things can pay the greatest returns in life & to becoming a self-loved individual.
Are ordinary events our most extraordinary opportunities for personal and spiritual growth? J. A. describes how a seemingly impossible experience took him out of a life of anxiety and depression and inspired him to spread a message of unlimited possibility. He’s now on a mission to empower people to be more mindful of life and to see their days in a whole new light. Hear how you can invigorate your journey of personal and spiritual growth right here, right now – right in your everyday life! MORE >You will be inspired to consider how events in your everyday life can be powerful opportunities for growth!
Many people believe they don’t know enough about spiritual practices or don’t have enough time for personal or spiritual growth. It’s all for later or someday. J. A.'s answer is clear: The life you have right now is your greatest opportunity for growth. The answers to the “not enough” problem are not on a distant mountaintop or in a deep, dark cave. They are right here, right now!
After this presentation you will understand the role ordinary life events play in spiritual and personal growth. J. A. will also share a simple process to increase mindfulness in daily life.
It today’s world that are many people looking to get a head and be successful. They have dreams but they seem out of reach and unattainable. Gunny will share some tips and strategies that might inspire you to achieve those goals and dreams no matter your current situation.
With change come challenges that is certain. How we deal with them determines the quality of our life the lives of those around us. Gunny will share anecdotes and stories that will help you embrace the change and overcome your challenges so you can be successful.
“What’s your bike” introduces audiences to the struggles of addiction in the family, while lending credibility with those on their similar paths. Dave takes his audiences on a profound, personal journey where they transition from a feeling of helplessness and hopelessness to a place of empowerment and possibility, as they confidently begin the search for their path through the adversities which are dragging them down. MORE >As the audience discovers the possibilities for change in the face of chaos, Dave moves them from a place of fear and worry to one of hope and opportunity while helping them recognize the impact of both on their lives and their outcomes.
After learning his youngest child was addicted to heroin, Dave Cooke spent the next eighteen months on a relentless quest to save him. This determined commitment took him through all the experiences a parent goes through – deception, theft, overdoses, multiple arrests, jail, homelessness and untold sleepless nights. With every painful experience guilt and failure took another piece out of his spirit to the point where he felt as though everything was lost. His business nearly collapsed, his health was suffering, and his relationships were falling apart. Dave was broken in every way imaginable.
Late one night, in a desperate plea for relief, Dave took on a personal challenge to ride his bike for one hour a day, for one hundred consecutive days. It was an activity which completely changed his life. Dave’s inspiring story provides powerful insights into the experiences of being a parent of an addicted child, while offering an incredibly inspiring message for parents struggling to find their way through life’s adversities such as the chaos of their child’s addiction.
How many of you have ended up where you are by default? Sitting in the passenger seat being driven through your life by other people’s beliefs on what you should be doing, feeling, thinking and how you should exist? This speech will inspire you to shift your perspective and to bust your current reality! Are you ready to get back in the driver’s seat? MORE >