Turn Your Liabilities Into Abilities

By Motivational Keynote Speaker Jean Gatz Now we come to the hardest part of implementing my Success Equation in your work and life. It’s time to commit to a plan for self-improvement to overcome any limitations standing in the way...

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Six Tips for Adopting New SKILLS

By Motivational Keynote Speaker Jean Gatz So now you’ve figured out what skills you need to add to get the results you want – in your work and in your life. (If you missed last week’s blog you can catch...

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Need a Boost?

Add the Right SKILLS to Your Strengths By Motivational Keynote Speaker Jean Gatz If you identified your strengths after reading last week’s blog, you noticed that you’ve needed more than just your strengths to be successful in work and life. And...

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Your Equation for Success!

by Motivational Keynote Speaker Jean Gatz Are you good at Math? It’s definitely not one of my strong suits. In fact, I’m convinced that my Algebrateacher gave me a passing grade - out of pity and fear. I didn’t “get”...

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Easy Choices Don’t Always Get the Job Done!

by Motivational Keynote Speaker Jean Gatz Over the past few weeks we’ve talked about Re-Thinking your choices when dealing with change if you want to STAND OUT from the crowd in a positive way. But let’s face it. Most changes,...

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Take Charge!

by Motivational Keynote Speaker Jean Gatz What’s the “one thing” you’ve done since reading this blog last week to re-think your choices and make this a STAND OUT year? Have you looked at a major change in your job or your...

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Just One Thing…

by Motivational Keynote Speaker Jean Gatz Do you remember that famous line from the movie City Slickers? As they ride along the trail Jack Palance (as Curly) tells Billy Crystal, "The secret to life is just one thing.” Crystal asks,...

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Changing the “Green Screen” of your Life

by Motivational Speaker Jean Gatz While preparing to record a video training series on leadership for a corporate client, I commented that the green screen in the background wasn’t very attractive. (I think the word I actually used was “tacky.”)...

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