Joining our AOY meeting in December? Lori has some questions for you…

Hello HDI Members!

I’m excited to spend time with you in December at the HDI Awards Luncheon. This recognition luncheon is a great time to get you inspired, motivated and contemplating what you can do in 2017 to be your BEST. In my program, the GPS to Success, we’re going to look at what holds you back from going for your biggest goals. And we’re going to have a lot of fun in the process. It will be interactive and you’ll leave with specific things you can use right away. We learn and absorb more when we’re laughing and having fun—so that will be one of our objectives.

 I’ve got incredible stories of how people have reached success following the formula I’ll share to create Outrageous Success—without all the stress. You can read a powerful, body-tingling story I shared in my Weekly Wisdom post just last week:

Before you come to the lunch, I’d love it if you would review 2016 and write down the following things:

1 – Where did I shine in 2016—what am I most proud of accomplishing this year?

2 – Where did I miss—or avoid taking action on something I wanted to do, but couldn’t take that first step?

3 – What would make me incredibly happy in my career?

 By doing this preparation before you come, you’ll be in a great place to get the full benefit of my program.

I look forward to meeting and motivating you to SHINE on December 8th.

Lori Hanson

Keynote Speaker, Performance Coach, Award-Winning Author
CANFIELD Success Principles Trainer
“High Performance Strategies for Serious Success”


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Let’s Talk Energy Management w/ Brynn Shader!

Energy Management, it’s a different way to view the tired ol’ “Time Management” type of conversation, and brings some novel and compelling ideas to the table. It allows us to transition from attempting to manage a finite concept like time into a potentially infinite resource that is our own energy. We’ll take a look at the six different facets of energy management and a few ways to take care of ourselves in those areas so that we become more efficient, happy and productive citizens of the world.

Brynn Shader 

Brynn Shader Energy Management
Energy Management

Miami-born beach bum turned mountain junkie, Brynn moved to Colorado three and a half years ago to finally create the life she’s always wanted in the state she’s dreamed of living in since she did Outward bound the summer before undergraduate school. Brynn is a Talent Development professional with a background in international affairs, French and teaching English as a second Language. She currently works at Vail Resorts as a Senior Specialist in Talent Development where she facilitates leadership development programs, new employee orientations and Insights Discovery for corporate employees. Brynn is an avid skier, hiker and swimmer. She spends her free time listening to jazz with her boyfriend and enjoying countless NPR podcasts.

When: Thu Nov 17, 2016 1pm – 3pm Mountain Time

Where: Vail Resorts Management Company, 390 Interlocken Crescent #1000, Broomfield, CO 80021

RSVP link coming soon!

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