The Note Project Telesummit
The Note Project Telesummit
The Power of Appreciation
Starts: April 18, 2011
Ends: April 20, 2011
Hosts: Lynn Serafinn and Mike O'Mary
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Your Host: Mike O'Mary - author, publisher, Founder of The Note Project
Mike O’Mary is founder of the Note Project. He is also founder of book publisher Dream of Things, where he is series editor for Dream of Things anthologies – including the highly praised Saying Goodbye anthology, a collection of true stories about how we say goodbye to the people, places and things in our lives. Mike is also author of The Note, a book about the power of appreciation, and Wise Men and Other Stories, a collection of holiday-related essays. In addition, Mike’s writing has appeared in the Sunday magazines of many major newspapers, and been broadcast in Illinois as part of National Public Radio’s “Morning Edition” program.
Your Host: Lynn Serafinn - transformation coach, author, humanity-based Marketer
Lynn Serafinn is an award-winning and internationally recognised transformation coach, book promotion coach, teacher, radio host, public speaker and bestselling author. She also works as a promotional manager for mind-body-spirit authors and business owners, and has produced many #1-sellers. Her highly-anticipated book "The 7 Graces of Marketing: how to heal humanity and the planet by changing the way we sell" is coming June 2011.
SPEAKERS AND TOPICS
DAY 1: The Energy of Appreciation
Guest: Dan Millman - champion athlete, author of The Peaceful Warrior
Dan Millman, a former world champion athlete, coach, and college professor, is author of Way of the Peaceful Warrior and 12 other books read by millions of people in 29 languages. Dan teaches worldwide, and has influenced a wide range of people, including leaders in the fields of health, psychology, education, business, politics, sports, entertainment and the arts.
Guest: John Kralik - author of 365 Thank Yous
John Kralik was born in Cleveland, Ohio, and attended the University of Michigan for college and law school. He practiced law for thirty years, and was a partner in the law firms of Hughes Hubbard & Reed, Miller Tokuyama Kralik & Sur, and Kralik & Jacobs. In 2009, he was appointed a judge of the Los Angeles Superior Court. He lives in the Los Angeles area.
Guest: Michael McMillan - designer, motivational speaker; author of Pink Bat
Michael McMillan is an internationally recognised author, designer, public speaker and consultant. He has a well-deserved reputation for creative thinking and delivering innovative results to Fortune 500 corporations, small entrepreneurial businesses, schools, and non-profit organizations. His books include Paper Airplane and his latest release Pink Bat: Turning Problems Into Solutions, which invites readers to discover how "Pink Bat Thinking" makes the impossible possible.
DAY 2: Appreciation as Leadership
Guest: Florence Isaacs - author, journalist, media expert
Florence Isaacs is the author of Business Notes: Writing Personal Notes That Build Professional Relationships; Just A Note To Say; What Do You Say When?--plus seven other books. She specializes in etiquette, communication, and relationships. She writes a monthly column for www.legacy.com on condolence and funeral-related topics. The legacy.com domain includes newspaper affiliate sites and has 9,000,000 unique visitors each month. Isaacs has appeared on The View (with Barbara Walters), ABC-TV’s Viewpoint, Martha Stewart Living on Sirius XM, and other TV and radio shows. She’s been quoted in magazines such as Real Simple, Glamour, Family Circle, Cosmopolitan, and Essence.
Guest: Chester Elton – author of The Carrot Principle and The Orange Revolution
Dubbed the "apostle of appreciation", Chester Elton is author of many New York Times bestsellers including The Carrot Principle and The 24-Carrot Manager. His book The Orange Revolution: how one great team can transform an entire organization was hailed as the #1 selling book in America by the Wall Street Journal. A top keynote speaker and expert on motivation, he has been featured in major newspapers, magazines, televison and radio throughout the world, and has a weekly segment on CBS News Radio as "The Corporate Coach" on how to build a better workplace. While he serves as a recognition consultant to a long list of Fortune 100 firms, his greatest pride is to be the father of four EXCEPTIONAL children.
DAY 3: Appreciation as a Way of Life
Guest: Nia Peeples - actress, singer, charity relief worker, Founder of Elements of Life
Best known for her roles on the TV series Fame, Walker Texas Ranger, The Young and the Restless and most currently on the new hit series Pretty Little Liars, actress/singer Nia Peeples was well acquainted with a life of celebrity. But it wasn’t until the aftermath of the catastrophic 2004 earthquake and tsunami in South East Asia, when she joined a grassroots relief organization delivering aid to the remote islands off of Sumatra, that she began to discover the woman she’d truly become.
This wild adventure—and profound inner journey—was the genesis of her innovative Elements of Life series, aiding people everywhere along their own voyage of self-discovery.
Guest: Brenda Adelman - Actress, spiritual counsellor, "Queen of Forgiveness"
Brenda Adelman. MA in Spiritual Psychology, teaches men and women how to make peace with their past in order to live more joy in the present. She transformed her real life tragedy (her father killed her mother and quickly married her mother's sister) into life lessons by practicing the art of forgiveness and healthy boundary setting. Brenda is the recipient of a Hero of Forgiveness award from The Hawaii International Forgiveness Project.
Guest: Gail Goodwin - Founder of InspireMeToday.com
Gail Lynne Goodwin is a published author, writer for Huffington Post and Founder of InspireMeToday.com. With members in more than 120 countries, InspireMeToday.com provides free inspiration from Inspirational Luminaries such as Sir Richard Branson, Seth Godin, Gary Vaynerchuk, Michael Gerber, Marci Shimoff, Jack Canfield and hundreds more. In 2009, Gail was dubbed one of the Top 25 Most Inspirational People on Twitter. Her latest project is the "Global Hug Tour," in which she and husband, Darryl, a veteran pilot with NetJets, will fly a small private plane around the world, stopping in 50 international cities to give over 100,000 hugs and share millions of dollars with important non-profit causes.
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