What Field of Dreams Taught Me
The movie, Field of Dreams, starring Kevin Costner remains my all-time favorite movie. The mysterious message at the heart of the film, “If you build it, they will come”, was my anthem in the early years of my business. I whole-heartedly believed in that principle. And you know what? I built it, and they came!
One of the things Field of Dreams taught me was that if you have a vision and your thoughts, words, and actions are aligned with that vision, anything is possible. This core principle is at the heart of what I speak most frequently on – alignment of thoughts, words, and actions to get the best results.
If this sounds like something you would like your audience to learn or your organization to adopt, then let’s talk about how we can build your field of dreams. Give me a call. I’d love to speak with you. 210-545-2378
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Practical Tools for Overcoming Procrastination
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Master Your Emotions – Don’t Let Others Get Under Your Skin
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This presentation will help you develop greater self-awareness, balance your emotional energy, and establish personal boundaries so that your experience positive emotions, and are triggered less frequently to feel bad. You’ll leave this presentation feeling in control and empowered to manage your emotions effectively.
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Restoring Resilience – How to Get Inspired During Difficult Challenges
Difficult times call for inspired action. But how can you get inspired when you’re facing unusual circumstances and events that are outside your control?
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"You did a great job in leading us through a challenging process. I know from experience how easy it is for meetings like this to go off on a tangent and before you know it, the whole day is gone without hitting a lick on the stated objective. You kept us on track all day long without being dictatorial or insensitive to our need to express ourselves. As a result, we ended the day with a pretty good direction for the organization. I, for one, feel that it was a worthwhile investment of our time and PTMA's money."
Patrick Whitty, PTMA Board Retreat
"What a wonderful experience for the PTMA members and guest to have the opportunity to listen to you. You did a fantastic job and we really appreciate your time and talent."
Lydia Villarreal, PTMA Supervisor
"The whole class was the most fun. I just wanted you to know Cheryl that you are doing an excellent job. I hope the county continues its partnership with you."
"I just wanted to say thank you for coming to our college and giving us such a valuable speech. I'm sure I will always remember the 5 important points you told us to be able to succeed."
"Cheryl Jones does more than just speak to the audience, she engaged us. From the start, she put us at as ease and made the work we were doing fun and interactive. Thanks."
Women's Conference Participant
"I truly enjoyed our company retreat with you. Your presentation was on-point and your moderation skills are awesome. Everyone felt comfortable enough to speak!"
GM, Food Distributorship
It's Important To Me That We’re A Good Fit.
If we’re going to work together, I want to make sure that we are a good fit for one another so that we’re both successful. Over the past 30 years, I’ve worked with and spoken to many organizations across a variety of industries. The outcomes that were most successful involved leaders who had several of the following in common:
If these descriptions sound like you, then we are likely a good fit. Let’s Talk!
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To avoid phone tag, schedule a time for us to meet by using my online scheduler. Of course, if you need to speak to me immediately, feel free to give me a call. I’d love to speak with you. 210-545-2378.