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  • Work Healthy, Work Safe

    Jeremy Bria, D.C., Doctor of Chiropractic, Pure Family Chiropractic

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Health & Fitness

    Learn the elements of workplace safety and how health plays an important role in your performance on the job.

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  • Why Sales People Fail…and What to do about it!

    Jim Cornelius, President/Owner, Professional Sales Training Associates Inc. - Sandler Training

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Business

    People love to buy and they hate to be sold. Yet why is it that we spend so much time, energy and resources trying to convince people to buy our products and services? When it comes to your selling efforts have you ever experienced: -Discomfort in how to ask for the sale? -Uncertainty on how to start a sales conversation? MORE >

    -Frustration in having to negotiate on price? -Wasted expertise on proposals & presentations that don’t go anywhere? -Fear of hearing the words “No”, or even worse…”Let me think it over”? More often than not, these issues are a result of not having a well-defined approach when interacting with prospective clients. How well are you managing the selling process with your buyers?
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  • Trigger Point Massage for the Layperson

    Curry Chaudoir, Diplomate in Acupuncture, Acupuncture and Holistic Health Associates

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Health & Fitness

    In this hands-on seminar, participants will learn about:
    1. The 5 branches of Oriental Medicine and how they are used to improve health and promote longevity,
    2. Trigger Point Massage techniques to use at home,
    3. What causes trigger points in the body, and
    4. How to eliminate trigger points to make you more productive, happy and healthy.

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  • Traveling Light

    Jennifer Buchholz, Chief Transformation Officer, Transform via Travel LLC

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Self Improvement

    This engaging presentation is about letting go of our literal and figurative baggage and traveling light in order to pick up new things along the way. This topic is suited for business professionals as well as other groups.

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  • Travel Light: Let Everyone Else’s Baggage Go

    Lisa Berman, Clear Path Coaching

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Business

    Many business environments resemble economy seating on a passenger plane: no privacy, lots of distractions, and way too much baggage for comfort. It can make you feel as stressed, discontented and time-crunched as if you were stranded on the runway. MORE >

    You may not be able to change your workspace but you CAN change the way you deal with the distractions coming from around you, Here you’ll learn 3 simple techniques to help you dump the office chaos, so you can charter your own first-class flight to success.
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  • Times Have Changed! Build Better Relationships

    Jamie Shibley, CEO, The Expressory

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Business

    Learn the importance of relationship-building strategies that will ensure your brand captures the attention of your customers in this digital, high tech world.

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  • The Seven Deadly $ins of Succession Planning

    Joe Maier, O'Neil, Cannon, Hollman, DeJong & Laing S.C.

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Financial

    In this presentation I will explain the succession planning process. I will help attendees understand what succession planning is and what it is not. MORE >

    Understand that there is no “magic” bullet or “one size fits all” plan. Succession planning is a puzzle where several pieces fit together. I will help you navigate through all these pieces and help you see the big picture.
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  • The Right Talent, Right Now

    Becky Kekula, International Motivational Speaker & Disability Advocate, Becky Motivates

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Motivational

    1,000 applications. 100 interviews. Four months. Three temporary positions. This may sound like the premise for this holiday season’s new comedy - but it’s not. It is, however, the real life experience of Becky Curran Kekula, who ended up working in the film industry for the first part of her career. MORE >

    Join Becky Curran Kekula to hear about her journey in overcoming adversity in the hiring process and taking on opportunities in the workplace. Learn how to overcome your own unconscious bias and how you can be an ally to your fellow co-workers and communities.
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  • The Potential of the Human Will – Overcoming Life’s Obstacles by Finding Your Inner Strengths to Achieve Exceptional Results

    Carla Ernst, Motivational Speaker, CarlaAnne Communications

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Motivational

    Your life is what you want it to be. If I’ve learned one thing in business and life – it is to navigate around obstacles and reach into your inner strength and find your “extraordinary” for guidance. It’s the strength we see in ourselves that crushes all the doubts and fears we may be experiencing. MORE >

    Make a commitment now to choose just one obstacle, Think about it from this new perspective, and focus on getting around it and to the goal on the other side. Know when to laugh at yourself and have some fun, and you will find a way to get around obstacles and achieve exceptional results.

    Defining Your Obstacle
    Obstacles come in different shapes and sizes, times, and places – and when we least expect them. The good news is that they can be overcome. The only limits are those we place on ourselves. Obstacles can teach critical thinking, resilience, and resourcefulness. This talk is about the tools that can help people overcome obstacles and obtain personal and professional success.

    Carla’s Life-Changing Obstacle – Blindness
    I use the word “obstacle” because that’s what a blind person is taught when they detect something in their path with their white mobility cane, as an allegory to life obstacles. [I then show my white mobility cane and talk briefly about how life changed forever when I lost my eyesight]. Going blind – from a fully functioning independent woman to being completely immobilized. However, I chose to embrace my blindness and work towards living a fun, fulfilling, and productive life, and now am discovering new joys of life not noticed previously that were hidden by eyesight. Today, I work as a writer, author, speaker, and musician. My blindness also gave me the opportunity to empower and encourage people to reach their goals – regardless of any obstacles they need to overcome.

    Attaining Success
    Success comes from accessing our inner strengths living deep inside the core foundation of who we are. These strengths are a source of inexhaustible energy. They can be found when we reaffirm our spiritual beliefs, immerse ourselves in nature, explore our passions, and recognize our skills. This journey of discovery empowers us to feel capable, competent, and courageous. It is about believing in ourselves – expressed in attitude and a sense of confidence – and it helps us to be able to say “I can.”

    Finding Your Inner Strength
    Start by de-cluttering your mind and free up mental space – from friends, family, electronics. Carve out daily quiet time to remove mental distractions, restore focus and clarity; declutter physical workspace, get up early, exercise, don’t eat sugar, and make your bed.

    Seven Key Learnings
    These are some of the key learnings that have worked well for me in my life and career that have helped me successfully identify, assess, map out, and overcome obstacles. They are to:

    1. Expect obstacles – by accepting them as a normal part of life, we become stronger
    2. Follow your passion and dreams – this gives us a framework in which to succeed
    3. Focus on the solution – assess the problem, keep the goal in perspective
    4. Prioritize – focus on the important, not the urgent
    5. Write every day – jot it down, date it, sign it
    6. Never give up – we only fail when we stop trying
    7. Celebrate your successes – congratulate yourself in a book of “wins”

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  • The most romantic thing you can do for your (second) spouse is get a prenup

    Karyn Youso, Mediator/Respectful Divorce Attorney, First Look Family Law, SC

    TOPIC CATEGORY: Financial

    The statistics surrounding divorce have not improved much, and the statistics surrounding divorce for second marriages are even more grim. Most of my clients say they'll "never get married again," but really what they're saying is they do not want to go through the pain of divorce again. The best way to avoid the pain is to plan ahead. A frank discussion about finances and expectations and a well-bargained pre-nuptial agreement takes away the pain of potential divorce (or at least reduces it substantially). MORE >

    While no pre-nup is iron-clad in Wisconsin, because the law allows room for the unforeseen, there are ways to approach the topic with sensitivity and clarity, and a good pre-nup is often a great path to a long happy marriage. What could be more romantic?
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