Strong Dreams Don't Die:
Look Fear Straight in the Eye, Drop the Excuses and No Longer "Try"
Many of us started in our job, profession and career with the best of intentions. Over time, though, the ongoing and ever-growing demands of producing superior results under challenging conditions can take its toll on our desire and motivation. Many of us find our courage weakening and our original Big Bold Plans for our careers and life giving way to shrinking plans and playing it safe.
Even those with a superior, positive attitude can lose some of their original spark if they are not occasionally realigned with what inspired them to enter their profession in the first place. The fact is that sustainable, meaningful and enjoyable success in any endeavor always requires a combination of our heart, mind and spirit. One of the best ways to do this is to "dream" a little.
Unfortunately, most people do not know or understand the benefit and science of "Dreaming for Results". So, we spend our time and effort on learning the latest new regulations, guidelines and technical expertise in order to improve our performance. While those are clearly necessary to succeed, they are not enough.
The answer is to get your heart, mind and spirit plugged in to what makes you tick. Once this happens, your enthusiasm, conviction and passion combine with your superior skill set and move you to becoming a master of your craft and unstoppable in your field as well as personal life. Learn from someone who has not only succeeded in "Living his dream", but who has also equipped thousands of others across America to do the same.
Fasten your seat belt and prepare to be inspired, challenged and equipped by Fred Schafer to think clearer, dream bigger and do better in everything you do!
The Velvet Rope Organization:
Where the Cool People Work!
How to Create a Workplace That Everyone Wants to Be a Part Of, No One Wants to Leave and Where Results and Meaning Experienced are Extraordinary!
Attracting, selecting, developing, keeping and growing with "great" employees need not be a constant headache. There is a simple yet powerful formula and system to creating a work environment where mediocrity is not accepted and where those who seek excellence in their work and lives want to be and be a part of.
This formula works for every level on a team from the entry level to the highest executive level position. Fred Schafer, a dynamic, humorous and gifted speaker and teacher will outline how you can take greater control and lead and influence your team and your career to greater levels of achievement, morale and sustainable satisfaction than ever before. This formula helped Fred to be recognized as one of the top recruiting and retention specialist in the USA. He has used this formula in multiple organizations over the past three decades and in every case was able to take those places from status quo mediocrity to preeminent positions of performance in their industry. Fred will outline that formula step-by-step with you today!
Give Your Clients & Customers Goose Bumps!:
How to Make Your Organizations Financial Accounts Sing with Cutting Edge Sales and Marketing
Does Your Organization or Professional Program Have All the Financial Resources it Needs to Succeed?
If Not, Why Not?
Like it or not, money can help get things done. It is tough to succeed without enough money continually flowing into your business, organization or department. And though a challenging economy is certainly a factor in having enough money another part of the problem many private, public and even not-for-profit organizations, programs and people working in them have is that they do not understand their job description. Every profession is in fact a people moving profession. Therefore, every profession at some level is a sales and marketing profession.
It does not matter whether you are a safety professional, financial services specialist, contractor, school administrator, teacher, coach, health care professional, state or federal employee, small business owner, corporate executive or personal fitness trainer.