Join us at the District 12 Speakers Bureau on June 7, 2017 at 6:59 pm, at the Veterans Administration Hospital Auditorium in Loma Linda, 11201 Benton Street, plenty of free parking.
We have three wonderful presentations:
- Roxann Andersen, QS will share with us the Four Benefits of Story Telling and
- Kay Presto will be presenting her Qualifying on the “Ins and Outs of Self-Publishing”
- Karen Baumgartner Lucas, DTM, QS will discuss Millennials and Minimalism
4 BENEFITS OF TELLING A STORY
You have heard that you can add power to your presentation by including stories. You may know that starting or ending your speech with a story can add punch or that stories are crowd-pleasers. But WHY do stories work?
From Roxann we will learn the four benefits of telling stories in own speeches. This presentation is a preview of her own upcoming workshop with Darren Lacroix on the principles of storytelling.
THE IN’S AND OUT’S OF SELF-PUBLISHING
Kay will teach us about the Ins and Outs of Self-Publishing. She has received 103 national and state awards in television and radio broadcasting, journalism and photography. The author and editor of numerous best seller’s, Kay’s recent book “Chasing the Checkered Flag” has just won the New York Book Guild award in the Children’s Fiction category. Kay will be autographing books after her presentation.
Remember the freedom that came with earning your drivers license and getting your first car? If you do, you’re in a shrinking minority! Discover why millennials, America’s largest living generation, trend towards minimalism without feeling like they’re going without. Empty nesters and the recently retired take heed: you may be the next born again minimalist!