Empowered Mastery has made a huge impact in the field of Personal Development. From their best-selling book to their groundbreaking coaching programs for corporations Empowered Mastery and their four principal owners have been highly sought after keynote speakers.
Their keynote presentation topics encapsulate their expertise in the fields of marketing, sales, personal development, health and nutrition. For an uncommon, memorable and inspiring experience learn more about Empowered Mastery below.
Some of Our Presentations
Harness Your Passion
As the revolutionary Nelson Mandela once said: "There is no passion to be found playing small--in settling for a life that is less than the one you are capable of living." Mr. Mandela knew more than anyone that chasing what you’re passionate about can present an individual with seemingly insurmountable obstacles. In pursuing your desires, it is all or nothing. Harness your passion and aim for those things you want most. If you don’t give something your all and put in your full effort, you will never truly achieve those dreams to the possible extent and overcome the challenges that stand in your way of attaining everything that you want in life.
Do It Right
This theme ties into my next point: DO IT RIGHT. If you're going to do anything, is it even worth doing it halfassed? If you can't say you are impressed with the final product, it is unfathomable to believe others would perceive it any better. Be efficient, take your time, and give it your allotherwise, there is no point in acting at all.
Expect the Unexpected, Be Proactive
You may be on track for your goals, but many times, things don't always work as smoothly as we plan. There are many twists and turns that you can get caught up in. A more pessimistic mindset, perhaps, is Murphy's Law, which states: If anything can go wrong, it will. This law originated with Captain Edward Murphy, an engineer working on an Air Force project, who encountered many technical difficulties while designing a sled to test how much deceleration a person can stand in a crash. The project was widely successful because of the team's first belief in Murphy's law and the measures they took to circumvent "anything going wrong". So how do you expect the unexpected? The key is to be proactive . As difficult as it may seem, try and plan for the unexpected. Start your project with the mindset that there could be unintended outcomes and surprises. Accumulate as much knowledge as possible about your project in order to prepare for and anticipate the possibilities of something going wrong. Conduct experiments to test how changing variables can result in different outcomes, and come up with solutions to these problems before even having to face them.
Make It Happen. Watch It Happen. Wonder What Happened.
One of the most legendary athletes of all time, Michael Jordan, spoke to the common phenomenon of letting your dreams pass you by. He said, "Some people want it to happen, some wish it would happen, others make it happen." The only way to see your dreams become reality is to put in work. We all have a choice to make when we encounter obstacles in the path toward achieving our goals. You can conquer them head on or you can do nothing and watch opportunities fly away from you. I'm here to tell you to be the person who makes it happen and not the one who watches it happen or wonders what happened. There isn't time to stop and evaluate your goals so go out and be the one who makes your own success. When you consider the careers of people who have accomplished all they hoped for, a pattern emerges.
Always Look Ahead, Be a Visionary
It's easy to get caught up in the details. Many times we inadvertently stop ourselves from seeing the bigger picture, convincing ourselves to focus on the smaller steps first. While these small steps are important and can lead to your eventual goal, the only way you will able to accomplish anything monumental and significant, is by always looking ahead. The people that do this are christened visionaries because they are able to envision how their work can change the world. Being a visionary requires you to clearly see where you hope to be in the future, and plan the necessary steps that will help you to get there. While working on the concrete details, try to see how your efforts fit into your bigger picture.