Available for Interviews: Saundra Dalton-Smith, MD
Dr. Saundra Dalton-Smith is an internal medicine physician, a work-life integration researcher, and an international expert on mind-body-spirit connection. She is also an international speaker and bestselling author of Sacred Rest: Recover Your Life, Renew Your Energy, Restore Your Sanity.
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How to End Career Fatigue When Working From Home:
- Career fatigue is a precursor to burnout. It is characterized by a growing indifference about the work you do, a drop in productivity, and an increase in work-related stress. When working from home, the boundary lines between your personal and professional life can get blurry leading to more exhaustion.
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Available for Interviews: Julie DeLucca-Collins
Julie DeLucca-Collins shows people how to create simple habits and go from overwhelm to self-doubt to having more peace, purpose, power, passion, and prosperity. She is the author of Confident You: Simple Habits to Live the Life You Have Imagined.
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How to Start the New Year Confidently:
As a new year approaches, many people are looking to put 2020 behind them, while others are uncertain what 2021 may bring. Starting a New Year means introspection, intentionality and planning.
1) Create an intention for the new year. May people create resolutions, but these fade as the year progresses. The first way in which you can build confidence in the new year is to focus on an intention. Intention is a mental state that represents a commitment to carrying out an action or actions in the future. Intention involves mental activities such as planning and forethought.
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Interview Phil Crowley.
Philip P. Crowley, is a dedicated attorney who has been handling legal matters for pharmaceutical, biomedical, medical devices, information technology and other technology companies for over 30 years. He has also spent nearly 25 years on the board of trustees of the Stevens Institute of Technology, with substantial involvement in the oversight of academic innovation and entrepreneurship.
Talking Points from Phil Crowley
on the 5 Keys to Work, Success, and Happiness:
Over the years, I have had the opportunity to observe many successful people, and I have found that there are five factors that seem common to them all—and missing in those who are not.
- Find something you LOVE to do that HELPS other people. if you love to do it, you’ll have an inexhaustible supply of energy for it. And if it helps others, there will always be a demand for it.
- Pursue it with PASSION and INTEGRITY. Passion will help you learn to do it well, and Integrity will attract others with integrity (and repel those who don’t).
- Set HIGH GOALS and decide to have SELF-CONFIDENCE. People who set high goals achieve much more than those with no or short-sighted goals; Self-confidence is a gift we give ourselves and is a decision that we make.
- ENJOY THE RIDE. The pleasure comes from the journey, not necessarily the ultimate destination.
- Be GRATEFUL. Recognize and celebrate the help others have given to you and pay it forward. Gratitude is an important value to embrace and share with those special people who had a successful hand in lifting you up.
Available for Interviews: Phil Crowley.
Philip P. Crowley is an attorney for over 30 years who is passionate about helping grow technology companies seize opportunities and avoid expensive legal mistakes as they make ideas come to fruition. Mr. Crowley has also spent nearly 25 years on the board of trustees of the Stevens Institute of Technology, with substantial involvement in the oversight of academic innovation and entrepreneurship. He is the Managing Partner at the Law Office of Philip P. Crowley, LLC. Visit Phil Crowley on the web at www.CrowleyLawLLC.com
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Available for Interviews: Ron Karr
Ron Karr is a Leadership and Influence Expert who presents to organizations worldwide and coaches CEO’s and Leadership Teams. He is the creator of the Velocity Mindset® and author of the CEO Bestselling Lead, Sell, or Get Out of the Way.
Pitch Topic: America in Crisis – This is Our Go Time
What Ron Karr Can Say In an Interview:
-It may not feel like it today, but in times like these, America rises up to the challenge and is better afterwards. We can do this. Continue reading “America in Crisis – This is Our Go Time”
Interview Kathleen E. Owings.
Financial Advisor, Kathleen Owings can discuss the topic of how to go about finding and hiring the right financial planner for your individual or family needs.
Some Key Talking Points From Kathleen Owings
on Money-Saving Advice for New Grads:
- Navigating the job market can present its own challenges during a pandemic, but we are also in unique times thanks to technology. Perhaps a new grad is not networking at a job fair in person, but those types of events have moved to a virtual job fair. Look for those same opportunities that you would pursue in-person and see if they have been moved online.
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Available for Interviews: Trevor Crane
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Available for Interviews: Rob Cornilles.
For a quarter century Rob Cornilles has been known as the “sales coach for sports.” His firm, Game Face, Inc., pioneered executive training for professional and collegiate sports teams and has since advised more than 40,000 executives at more than 300 sports brands worldwide, forever changing how sports and entertainment properties connect with their fans.
Talking Points from Rob Cornilles on How to Turn a
Setback Into an Opportunity When Laid Off:
“We have to let you go.” Six words that can make or break a career. So far, COVID-19 has left more than 26 million people or 23% of the workforce unemployed. So, what next? Treat your layoff like an athlete treats an injury. Heal, then make yourself stronger. Build up new skills—starting with how you’re going to market yourself to your next employer.
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