“Every man, woman, and child has infinite potential just waiting to be tapped.” William James
According to the best research, less than 3% of Americans have written goals and less than 1% review and rewrite their goals on a daily basis. Even more staggering is the fact that 92% of people don’t achieve their goals.
What is the secret of success of the elite 8%? It starts with understanding WHY many people fail to achieve their goals. In this dynamic, interactive, and educational presentation Lou Brown will share with you the POWER of goal-setting and present several factors contributing to a lack of goal achievement—the failure cycle, reasons for procrastination, and living in the past. He will also provide you with three powerful tools to break bad habits, gain control of your life, and create the reality you prefer.
If you feel you are not living up to your potential or otherwise lack the motivation and discipline to achieve your goals—or even if you want to unlock even more power in your current goal-setting, join us downtown on Wednesday, September 19*, because this valuable training session will surely help you get “unstuck”!
Wednesday, September 19, 2018
6:00-6:30 Check-in and networking
6:30-7:15 pm – Dinner
7:15-8:30 pm – Program
Dearborn Station – Printers Row
47 W Polk Street
Chicago, IL 60605
STC Chicago Members – $10
Other STC Members – $20
Students – $15
Non-Members – $25
*NOTE: This meeting takes place on a Wednesday, instead of our usual Thursday meetings.
About the Speaker
Louis M. Brown, DTM, is the founder of Apex Professional Training and an empowerment engineer. As a personal, professional and wellness coach, he motivates individuals, across many industries, to commit to change, break through barriers, and take action, resulting in greater professional success and personal fulfillment.
Lou has conducted numerous workshops on leadership development, team building, coaching and mentoring that have resulted in improved team performance and millions of dollars of added value (increased revenues or reduced costs). He has achieved the highest credential in the Casualty Actuarial Society—Fellow of the Casualty Actuarial Society (FCAS)—and the highest designation in Toastmasters—Distinguished Toastmaster (DTM). Currently, he is actively pursuing the Associate Certified Coach (ACC) credential with the International Coach Federation (ICF).