Gas Pedal Down: Breakthrough by Getting off the Brake
Presented by Jessica Pettitt and Eliz Greene
Four seasoned professional speakers met for the first time and a year later had doubled their income. Now they are ready to help you do the same!
Join us to take your business, and your life, to the next level by experiencing a hands-on assessment model for your "go to" excuses and develop real action-oriented plans to accelerate your forward movement in this industry.
Until we notice our behavior patterns, we can't decide what to keep and what to change. Once this is clear, we will then walk through a step by step process of gathering the right minds, facilitating a challenging and honest process of accountability, and making space for our brand, if not our true selves, to expand our reach and increase our profits.
After hitting a ceiling in her field, Jessica Pettitt, CSP, formed a meeting of minds with Eliz Greene, Gerry O'Brion and Thom Singer, CSP, and successfully broke through a stagnate business plan. One year later, all four speakers had felt the impact of a process called Gas Pedal Down.
Any person has excuses for ceilings or barriers that prevent them from experiencing change, achieving their goals, gaining success, growing income, and increasing the amount of contribution to the larger community. Bottom line is it does not matter how much experience or money you have in the bank - we could all do and grow more in our businesses and personal lives.
Join us and leave with full awareness of how your gas pedal power can get where you want to be, faster.
Deadline to register is Noon on March 14
Thursday, March 14, 7:00-9:00 PM
Cost: $25 for nonmembers/guests, free for NSA-KC members
This webinar will be offered via Zoom. Before the webinar, the webinar host will email the link to you to connect to the webinar.
NSA-KC members register here.
Guests/Nonmembers of NSA-KC register by clicking on the button below.
Combining humor with adult learning with highly engaging content, participants walk away focused and confident in their role to make change now. For almost 20 years, Jess has educated, supported, and challenged folks to support and guide diverse audiences to success. Her social justice and diversity curricula as well as her publications, books, and resources are highly regarded and used nationwide.
Eliz Greene not only finds the chemical reaction in the body caused by stress fascinating, but stress is also her favorite topic to speak about, write about, or discuss in line at the grocery store. Drawing on her training as an adaptive movement specialist, Eliz developed down-to-earth strategies for building activity into everyday life, eating better and managing stress.