Due to unexpected circumstances, the SOAPBOX® EVENT scheduled for FEB 17th has been cancelled. Those folks who have registered will immediately be refunded. Thank you.
Are you starting a new job, raising a kid alone, newly divorced, new to the city, trying to quit smoking or lose those 20 pounds…again, hitting the mid-life mark, upside-down in your home, pinching pennies or praying for work?
WELL THEN get ready for a face-jam of truth regarding the real OBSTACLES in your life and HOW TO ELIMINATE them with a little discipline and a big perspective shift! Kimberlie Dykeman invites you to …
SOAPBOX® MOTIVATION …for the 21st CENTURY:
Your recession-proof gameplan to work smarter, think clearer, feel healthier, live happier.
You may know her as the Life Coach turned SOAPBOX® Queen or the On-Camera Personality who brings out the relatable, intimate side of any interviewee…even Guy Kawasaki! Well, here’s another extension of Kimberlie Dykeman toolbox! Standing on her own proverbial soapbox, Dykeman pairs her self-deprecating humor and insightful wit with her practiced coaching methodology and old-school wisdom to bring you a timely and timeless presentation. Her goal: to literally smack some sense in you, help you get your priorities straight, tap into your buried innerstrength, and knock 2009 out of the park! Period!
“SOAPBOX® MOTIVATION …for the 21st CENTURY” dares audiences to step away from conventional lip-service, and embrace the profound truths of life from the most influential people of our times. Kimberlie Dykeman delivers meat-n-potatoes optimism to folks who seek more practicality than the average reprocessed, cheerleading speech or DVD series can deliver. Cleverly leveraging the forward-thinking wisdom of timeless thought leaders, from John Quincy Adams to Lily Tomlin to John Lennon, Dykeman strategically weaves the jolt of inspiration and humor from her book “PURE SOAPBOX” with her unique, practiced 6-Pak “Common Sense Solution: A.N.S.W.E.R.™ formula. With clever questions targeting industry specifics, personal experiences and topical interests, the SOAPBOX® stage is set for candid audience reaction and profound perspective change.
WHO SHOULD SHOW UP? From weekend-entrepreneurs to isolated execs, wet-behind-the-ears college grads to burned-out 9-to-5er, single parents to soon-to-be retirees, Dykeman acknowledges that we all face the stress of cultural, economic and personal issues, while trying to make a living and a life! Luckily, there’s a SOAPBOX® vignette with your own name on it…to help you face challenges, change your outlook, embrace the kid in you, take the road less traveled, and seize the day!
WHAT YOU’LL WALK AWAY WITH:
1. No band-aid therapy: Take-away TOOLS to honestly and effectively assess your own current reality of the symptoms of stress and the real-time obstacles responsible for them.
2. No candy coating: A realistic and optimistic GAMEPLAN with specific, disciplined checkpoints to work smarter, think clearer, feel healthier, live happier…TODAY. Effective enough to use at your company, simple enough to share with your family.
3. Motivation with a swift kick in the pants! A FRESH PERSPECTIVE of the power WITHIN YOU and the resources AROUND YOU to create change in your current situation.
CLICK HERE TO RESERVE YOUR SEAT and see the packages available!
* A PORTION OF BOOK PROCEEDS IS DONATED TO THE LANCE ARMSTRONG FOUNDATION
**SNEAK PEEK of the SOAPBOX® Motivation videos to be distributed on mobile networks by FunLittleMovies!
TIME: (to accommodate hectic schedules!) 1ST SEATING: 6pm 2ND SEATING: 7:30pm
Light refreshments served. Networking & book signing after each. In case it doesn't SINK IN the first time around, stay for the 2nd seating for FREE!
**SPECIAL ANNOUCEMENTS FROM LEADERS OF AMS PICTURES AND PHENIX & PHENIX PUBLICITY.
QUESTIONS? Contact [email protected] or 310 – 500 - 9587
SPECIAL GIFT: Each reservation receives a 20% discount off a speaking package for your company. Speaking Kit at: http://www.slideshare.net/KimberlieDykeman
Official Website: http://www.puresoapbox.com
Added by KimberlieDykeman on January 29, 2009