STEP UP, LEAD AND BE THE ONE!
- KEY PRINCIPLES FOR MOTIVATING YOURSELF AND OTHERS
- STRATEGIES FOR SELLING YOURSELF AND YOUR IDEAS
- TOOLS FOR CREATING POSITIVE CHANGE AT HOME & WORK
- THE IMPORTANCE OF GRATITUDE AND WRITTEN THANK YOU NOTES
- HOW TO BUILD YOUR CONFIDENCE AND BE MORE PERSISTENT
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At the root of every positive change is someone who wanted things to be better. They didn’t settle for the status quo, but instead stepped up and became a catalyst for change. In this captivating program, award-winning speaker Jonathan Sprinkles shares powerful stories and motivating principles for being the one who reshapes your future, both at home and at work. You’ll learn how to sell yourself and your ideas, maintain a positive attitude of expectation, thank others with sincerity, build your confidence, keep yourself motivated and much more. Regardless of your title or level of experience, learn how to be a Change-Maker in your organization, as well as in your personal life. It’s time to take charge of your circumstances and be the one!
Jonathan Sprinkles is an award winning speaker and business strategist. For more than 10 years, Jonathan has been delivering programs on personal and professional leadership that have gotten him featured on ABC, Fox News, Headline News, and Forbes.com. In addition, he was voted National Speaker of the Year by the APCA, and Mentor of the Year by the Disney Dreamers Academy. As author of several books and articles, including Take Your Leadership to the Next Level and Be the One, his writings have been published internationally and are frequently cited by industry experts. Jonathan Sprinkles is living proof that success isn’t about where you start, it’s where you choose to finish!
Write this down. In order to go from where you are to where you want to be… In order to go from where you are to where you want to be, you have to grow from how you are to how you ought be. In order to go from where you are to where you want to be, you have to grow from how you are to how you ought to be.
Folks, I’m not here to revel in our excuses, I’m not here to revel all of the negative things that we’re hearing about all the cussing and fussing and fighting going on. I’m not here to revel in the national disasters.
I’m not here to talk about the economy, because understand, folks, that no matter where you are in your life, that it is possible that no matter what change you’ve put here to create in this world, that it only takes one. And if it only takes one person, I challenge somebody tonight to be that one.
I challenge somebody tonight to step up in the places where you used to sit down. I challenge somebody to speak in those places where you used to be quite. I challenge somebody to say something instead of just walking by saying, “You know, somebody ought to do something about that.”
Tonight I’m here to celebrate the best parts of you. Tonight I’m here to celebrate the champion in you. I’m here to celebrate everything that has brought you to this place right now, and I’m challenging you to make a decision. I’m challenging you to make a decision in your favor, to make the decision to say, “I promise me and me only ,that the rest of my life would be the best of my life.” Because ultimately, nobody would be able to it for you. I can inspire you, I can motivate you, I can give you all….
You know, a lot of times we look at our circumstances and we fail to see the thing behind the thing; we only see it for what it is.
How many of have ever been in that situation or have been through a couple of situations in your lives where you didn’t like it when it happened, but now I’m so glad it went down the way it did. You couldn’t stand the fact that you were “stuck there.” You look and say, “Why me?” but when you look back and you see all thing things you gotten from it you say, “I’m so glad it happened. Why not me?”
See, the circumstances are not there to curse you, they’re actually there to bless you. They’re not there to hurt you, they’re there to strengthen you. How many of you of you have ever worked out before? I didn’t say recently.
Now when you’re working out, are you building muscle at that time? No, you’re actually tearing the muscle down. But as you continue to work out, your brain