This month I had the privilege of speaking with a High School Track Team the day before their big championship game. The coach invited me to encourage his athletes to not accept “good enough” and instead grow to their full potential. I was thrilled to learn that the next day they won the championship! These are incredible athletes and I am so very proud of their accomplishments! I was also invited to speak with the employees of a trucking company specializing in transporting fuel. In case you aren’t aware, this profession is incredibly dangerous. A colleague of the truckers I had the honor to speak with recently lost his life while on duty. Care, focus, diligence, excellence…these are all words that I was asked communicate to ensure that these professionals make it home at the end of the day.
I was happy to have the opportunity to present my program Engage Your Magic! for two groups this month. The first was for a group of elder care executives for their annual meeting in Norwood, MA, and the second was for a group of high school students at their awards banquet in Brewster, MA. This is an incredibly power program helping people to find creative ways to overcome adversity by leveraging their natural talents and learned skills to live a life of purpose.
Once again I returned to the River Garden in Brattleboro, VT as the guest speaker for their daily lunch series, and then the following week I was back in Brattleboro at the Hooker-Dunham Theatre with my hit show It’s a Magical Life! I’ll be back in Brattleboro for an engagement at the River Garden on June 9 at noon with my professional development workshop Teamwork Magic, and at the Hooker-Dunham on June 23 at 7pm with 4000 Years Of Magic! If you’re in the area I encourage you to attend!
Until next time, stay positive!