The Power of Commitment

All too often we aren’t able to achieve the things that we desire in life because we quit all too soon. In this session we will not only discuss tried and true methods to persevere through until you achieve your end game goal. The beginning of shifting your mindset all starts by believing the goal is attainable.

Learning Outcomes - as a result of this program students will:

  • Be able to clearly vocalize 1 to 2 goals they desire for their lives

  • Have strategies that will allow them to transfer the concept into creation

  • Be empowered and be able to clearly share the difference in a growth mind set and a fixed mindset

This presentation provides an influx of information to help student to not only leaded effectively but also efficiently. Very interactive, practical and hands on. It’s perfect for student governments, student activities workshops, leadership conferences, and more.

Winning in Life and in Leadership
[The Next Generation Needs You]

Have you ever felt so confident for a test because you were prepared and you knew you studied. What was the result that came from this, of course you thrived on this exam. Well we want to help you not only learn to thrive in your classes, but also with extracurricular activities as well. In this keynote or workshop students will learn tangible strategies to be able to implement and yield great success in their role as leaders! After all the next generation needs them to set the standard and the stage.

Learning Outcomes - as a result of this program students will:

  • Be able to identify the difference between average and exceptional student leaders

  • Effectively understand how to interact those that they are leading

  • Be empowered to implement a succession plan for the next class of students

  • Be able to identify how to effectively develop meaningful relationships, and impact change on campus and within their organizations

  • Know how to find and implement self-care strategies to help prevent a potential meltdown

This presentation provides an influx of information to help student to not only lead effectively but also shift their mindset and perspective. Very interactive, practical and hands on. It’s perfect for student governments, student activities workshops, leadership conferences, and more.


Back II the Basics
The Blueprint for Student Success

What if you had the blueprint for your college success before you even began your journey? In this keynote or workshop students will learn key strategies to help them not only accomplish great success but excel at it!

Learning Outcomes - as a result of this program students will:

  • Learn how develop clarified values and principles enable them to more effectively prioritize their time effectively

  • Grow in their ability to audaciously combat the deterrents of their goals, by having intentional relationships and accountability

  • Understand the significance of their influence on campus while also realizing the necessity of being a lifelong learner

  • Be able to identify how to effectively develop meaningful relationships, and impact change on campus and within their organizations

This keynote or workshop is engaging, thought provoking, practical and inspiring. It’s ideal for new student orientation, first-year experience or any leadership event.


The Responsibility of Leadership

Leadership isn’t something that comes because of a title. This level of influence and/or power can’t even be inherited. However, being a leader is something that takes place through experience and through intentional learning.

Participants will learn:

  • The definition of leadership and what is required of this title/role

  • How to uphold a standard for integrity helping improving others character around

  • Three innovative strategies that all leaders need to be successful

  • Ways to create a culture conducive to growth for everyone involved

This keynote or workshop is engaging, thought provoking, practical and inspiring. It’s ideal for new student orientation, first-year experience or any leadership event.


Nobody Owes You Anything
(How to handle adversity)

Adversity is something that each and every student has to face at some point in their life. It’s not about “what if”, but more so about “when.” By understanding that adversity doesn’t discriminate and if we prepare by taking the proper precautions this will allow students to be victorious over something that many have fallen victim to.

After this presentation:

  • Students will be able to effectively self-assess areas that may potentially create adversity within their life

  • Students will be able to demonstrate three strategies to implement to efficiently manage their adversity

  • Students will be able communicate effectively whose in their community and why it is of high importance

This keynote or workshop is engaging, thought provoking, practical and inspiring. It’s ideal for new student orientation, first-year experience or any leadership event.


Can We Talk?

[Showing how to Empathize in this digitize generation]

There is access to more social media than ever before! Which allows people to connect with one another in a plethora of diverse ways. However, is this begging to place a wedge between our level of empathy and connection via a screen? We certainly do not want this to be a contributing cause of human connection of thinking, feeling and empathizing to dissipate. So how to do remedy this problem?

After this Presentation :

  • Students will value connecting with individuals of different demographics and/or nationalities different from their own

  • Students will be able to articulate differences and/or areas of differing view points with classmates in a professional manner

  • Students will be able to apply technology to create connections that will serve them following their time at their academic institution

  • Students will be able to demonstrate how connecting in person and translate into a greater relationship

This keynote or workshop is engaging, thought provoking, practical and inspiring. It’s ideal for new student orientation, first-year experience or any leadership event.


Being Ready Isn’t Good Enough

There’s a chain of events that we all seem to matriculate through within our lives. The constant conundrum is always assuming that you are ready for what’s next, until you actually receive it. In this presentation Jonathan parallels the difference between being ready and being prepared. You’re ready to graduate so you can leave school, but are you prepared for the responsibility that will follow?

After this Presentation :

  • Students will be able to communicate effectively the difference between being ready and being prepared

  • Students will be able to articulate at least three ways in which they can prepare themselves for success after college

  • Students will have three strategies that help them move from being ready to positioned and poised as prepared

This keynote or workshop is engaging, thought provoking, practical and inspiring. It’s ideal for new student orientation, first-year experience or any leadership event.