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...a ladies perspective on men

Kathy, being a Woman, offers a very unique perspective to Men’s Groups. It is amazing how her experiences can transcend gender, and are applicable to both women and men, young and old. Kathy’s stories help her audience to better understand themselves, respect themselves, and respect others. She will inspire laughter, break down barriers, and empower change.  Kathy’s topic for men’s groups include, but are not limited to:

  • Appreciation
  • Ask”How do I make this better?”
  • Bring forth the best of you
  • Courage to keep a positive attitude and strengthen individuality
  • Respecting Yourself, and Others
  • Leadership
  • Gratitude
  • Communicating, listening, and making your words your best friends
  • Laugh with yourself
  • Making your words your best friend
  • Motivation creates a balanced life through communication
  • Never ask yourself, “Why?”
  • Overcoming obstacles
  • Reinventing yourself
  • Self-esteem, self-awareness, self-growth
  • Stripping your labels

Testimonials

“I want to extend my appreciation to you for your contribution in making our NAFIC convention such a success. I was unnecessarily concerned about the success of the convention. To be honest the entire convention exceeded my expectation, and your presentation made it happen. Thank you. Fraternally Yours, Bill Klein”
Bill Klein, CLU,CHFC, FIC, Catholic Knights

Groups

Testimonials

“Kathy was the opening keynote speaker at the 11th International CHARGE Syndrome Conference. It's difficult sometimes when planning conferences to find just the right speaker for your audience. This can be especially true when you have a room full of families whose children who have gone through so much in their lives, many of whom have had at least twenty surgeries, experience both vision and hearing loss and live with many other serious and ongoing medical issues. You worry if the message will come across okay, if the families will connect with the speaker, or even if humor is the right way to go. After listening to and watching the audience during Kathy's performance and reading through all of our conference evaluations after the conference, any worries I might have had completely melted away. Families, professionals and individuals with CHARGE syndrome themselves LOVED her, crying and laughing throughout the performance, pleading with us to bring her back again in the future and resoundingly letting us know that her talk was an incredible way to kick off our conference. Kathy's humor, her story and her message about celebrating abilities was a monster hit with our crowd and we are so thrilled that she could come and share her story with us.”
Lisa Weir ~ 2013 International CHARGE Syndrome Conference Chair