I love what I do.
I spend most of my time creating content for my blog, and recently, started working on a Trust Life book. Those things aside, one of my favorite things to do is connect with an audience. Give me a microphone, and I’m ready to go!
Of course, a common topic of mine is Trust — the secret behind Trust, where it begins, how Trust is formed, how to Trust if it doesn’t come naturally to you. But I also speak about many other topics; here are some of my favorites:
Finding Yourself Among the Trees — In this presentation, I share how as adults, we often find ourselves asking, What do I want to be when I grow up? This talk will set you on the right path for answering that question. I will provide you with tools for discovering what you want out of this treasured gift called: Your Life.
For a sample, see the following Nissan Corporation video:
Drop Those Pounds: A Guide to a Healthier You — After trying to lose those last pesky pounds with no success, I share the program I used. I also discuss what it means to experience the softer side of this weight loss journey: the sense of accomplishment, self-confidence, and lasting life impacts that go so much deeper than numbers on a scale.
From Zero to Blogging — In this presentation, I discuss how to get your message out to the world through the medium of a blog. I share best practices, tips, and even secrets I’ve researched and used for 1) how to start a blog, and 2) how to keep your blog (and more importantly, YOU) up and running once you’re live.
Community Outreach Programs
In addition to servicing the corporate environment, I offer select workshops tailored to fit children of all ages. Here are two of my most popular:
You Are Enough — Our children are told every day through TV and the media that they *need* the latest brand-named clothes, shoes, electronic devices, whatever. In this workshop I offer an opposite message: You are enough. Our children mustn’t seek and search for material items or anything external to feel they are enough. I guide them, along with Yellow and Stripe the caterpillars, through the journey of learning to Trust Themselves as they discover they are enough. (ages 6-12)
Trust Walk — In this workshop, I provide your students the opportunity to learn and experience:
- where Trust begins
- how Trust works
- and how Trust does NOT work
(ages 13 and up)
“To partake in a Trust Walk is to experience trust firsthand.” ~ Ms. Powell, Dallas Independent School District
Let me custom tailor my message to serve your needs. If you’re interested in having me visit, or if have you questions, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. I look forward to working with you! ~ Leslie