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The greatest rewards don’t come from winning the game—it comes from playing the game. Archie Manning takes this lesson along with countless others to inspire audiences to achieve greatest in their journey for personal and professional success. As a 14-year veteran quarterback and the father of two Super Bowl champion quarterbacks, Peyton and Eli, Archie Manning knows the importance of instilling and living by four principles for success: leadership, depending on others, being flexible, and playing the game. Manning is ready to coach you and your team to victory with this fail-proof game plan.

Mike Massimino shares with audiences personal stories of inspiration, innovation, teamwork and leadership as drawn from his experiences in one of the greatest and most dangerous jobs someone can have—NASA astronaut. Through humor and storytelling, he highlights the pursuit and achievement of a childhood dream, the dedication and teamwork necessary to train for one of NASA’s most difficult space missions, the determination needed to face tragedies like the Columbia space shuttle accident, and the innovation and leadership necessary to overcome seemingly insurmountable trials when in space and beyond. He leaves his audiences understanding the value of having passion for what you do, of perseverance in achieving a goal, of building a team to meet great challenges, and of creativity and innovation in problem solving. He also inspires audiences with the awe and beauty of space and shares his thoughts on the future—both personal and in regard to the ever-changing and competitive space program.

Kyle Maynard suffers from a congenital defect that robbed him of arms from below the elbows and his legs from below the knees. But this hasn’t stopped him from becoming a winning high school wrestler, weightlifter, gifted student—and example to everyone who meets him. In this moving and eloquent presentation full of examples from his life, Maynard outlines how his “No Excuses” philosophy helps him meet the numerous challenges that confront him daily, showing audiences how they too can overcome the great challenges in their own lives—and succeed.

Cornell McClellan (Exclusively WSB)

Each person desires an enriched personal life balanced with a rewarding professional life. But the hardest part is that first step—how do you find and maintain the discipline and strength needed to combat stress, focus and concentrate on increasing one’s productivity and still meet the demands of everyday modern life? In this highly motivational presentation, Cornell McClellan, Fitness Consultant and Personal Trainer to the First Family and member of the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition, puts the audience on a path to not only finding and improving their physical fitness, but improving their quality of life both at the workplace and at home. Having dedicated his life to the discipline of fitness, he gives audiences the tools to make the decision to get healthy, stay healthy and to turn things around by being fully engaged, physically energized, emotionally connected, mentally focused and fully aligned to maintain the balance we all crave. McClellan’s mission is to illustrate how fitness can be achieved through a holistic approach that enhances the mind, strengthens the body and nurtures the spirit. He knows firsthand that just one small change can cause a positive ripple effect in a person’s home and work life. Most of the roadblocks on the path to physical fitness and longevity are mental. Once you make the decision to get healthy and stay healthy, the most difficult part of the battle is over.

We all know it’s easy to be busy without being productive in our hyperconnected reality. This keynote offers a new mindset and skillset for discerning what is essential, eliminating what is not, and removing obstacles in order to make execution as effortless as possible.

Being a female executive in what was primarily perceived as a “man’s world” has provided Stephanie McMahon, chief brand officer of WWE, with key insights into what empowerment means and how to impact change for women across all business, particularly in the world of sports and entertainment. McMahon speaks to how empowerment isn’t about gender, race or ethnicity—it is simply about being the best at what you do. 

You will learn:

  • How confidence is the key to success.
  • The importance of giving women the same tools as men to be successful.
  • How a global twitter trend helped shape the way WWE presents its female stars.
  • How to ensure your voice is heard.

Whether you are building a new brand or strengthening an existing brand, understanding and developing your signature voice is critical to your success. Equally important is where and how you share your message. Stephanie McMahon, chief brand officer of WWE, will discuss how she has grown her own personal brand and lessons learned over the years while helping build WWE in parallel. She will speak to examples from her personal experience across media appearances, special events and partnerships, as well as how she developed her social media strategy to make her one of the most followed and influential executives.

You will learn:

  • The importance of an authentic social media strategy.
  • The importance of networking and staying connected.
  • How to communicate clearly and effectively.
  • How to reach the most valuable influencers.

In this moderated discussion, Admiral William H. McRaven eloquently draws on his extensive career of 37 years of service as a Navy SEAL. The discussion addresses issues such as U.S. foreign policy, the current geopolitical landscape, leadership during high-stress situations, risk management, teamwork, resilience in the face of adversity, resourcefulness, personal accountability, and the determination to succeed. His presentations are distinctive and customized to meet the needs of your audience.

What’s the greatest risk you’ll ever take in your life? It’s admitting what you want. We all know what we want. But we rarely admit it. Why? Because putting yourself out there—especially emotionally—is scary. If you admit what you want, you risk not getting it. And failure terrifies us. So how do you actually pull it off? How do you take the greatest risk you’ll ever take in your life and admit what you want? You need to do three things: Remember what you love, remember what got you’re here, and
most important, remember what terrifies you.

This off-the-wall, hilarious, refreshing, and absolutely unique presentation focuses on helping people address the issues of change, fear, stress, and achieving goals. Frank Miles uses his many talents (magic, juggling, unicycling, acrobatics, music, and even fire eating) to deliver a wildly entertaining and powerful keynote presentation. With audience volunteers and non-stop variety he illustrates a simple approach to clobbering fear--the #1 obstacle to success.

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