Big news & it’s time to make it official!
Happy Holidays, everyone!
You know for years I’ve been focused on business development, marketing and PR. Well, the truth is I’ve become increasingly passionate about providing motivational keynote speeches.
The speech topic? Transferable life lessons I learned from the journey back from a triple punch I sustained 11 years ago. That 1-2-3 stripped me of everything I held near and dear: an unfortunate divorce with small children ages 6, 7 and 9, a freak illness that resulted in an emergency liver transplant, two-month coma, rehabilitation and losing custody of my children as I lay in a medically-induced coma. I call the keynote Life Lessons Learned from Dying.
I am blessed to say I now have my children, my health, and my sanity back in tact. This keynote will change how you look at your place in your career, your place in your family, and yes, your place in the world.
My new motivational keynote speech is for all audiences! But wait, there’s even more news.
There is no question in my mind that – had I not been treated by world-class medical providers – I wouldn’t be here to tell the story. However, good as they were, there were systemic non-medical occurrences about my months in the hospital and rehab that need improvement...for the sake of patients, their loved ones, and even to speed recovery. So, I have started speaking to and consulting for the healthcare industry on the topic of patient satisfaction – through the lens of the patient.
So, I’ve made a strategic decision in my business to focus on these two new areas moving forward:
Motivational keynote speeches
Keynotes and consulting on patient satisfaction to healthcare systems, organizations and association.
Therefore, this blog will now be called Motivational Monthly and focus on topics
to keep you inspired and motivated – both personally and professionally. The kinds of topics that helped me regain my life – and my mojo - during the last 11 years.
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Wishing you a healthy, happy and prosperous holiday season and beyond! See you in 2017!
P.S. If your organization or association is looking for a motivational keynote speaker, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and my staff will send you my Speaker Kit and set up a conference call or Zoom meeting with you and/or your speaker selection committee.