A presentation on living meaningfully.
This life is the only one you have, and you've got to make the best of it. You can choose to let circumstances and events dictate the course of your life, but in doing so, you miss your one opportunity to shape the world.
At some point in time every person who is aware of his or her surroundings yearns to be significant-- that is, to live with meaning. Meaningfulness is not something to be sought; it is to be made.
You can make each moment of your life meaningful if you live within these parameters:
- There is purpose in your being here and being now.
- The value of your life is most accurately measured by the impact you have on the lives of others.
- Self-development must be an ongoing process; it will allow you to adapt to your changing environment.
- Your actions, reactions, and interactions define who you are.
Making the Moment Meaningful is a presentation offered either as a keynote or as an interactive workshop.
As a keynote (30 to 60 minutes) it is a speech filled with humor and Dana’s personal stories of being blind in a sighted world to entertain the audience and encourage them to make each moment of life meaningful.
As an interactive Session (2 to 6 hours) it includes discussions and exercises on assessing individual life significance, identifying personal activities that are time wasters, and developing a plan for making each moment meaningful.
Looking forward to serving you to meet your professional speaking needs.